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By Rachel Mcgrath For Dailymail. It's been four weeks since California Governor Gavin Newsom ordered residents to stay at home due to the coronavirus pandemic. And it seems that self-isolation is wearing a little thin for Vanessa Hudgens. The year-old posted to her Instagram Story on Wednesday that she was 'wearing my hair in pigtails and putting on fake tats. I feel like I'm 8 again lol lock down mode. At home: Vanessa Hudgens gave an update Wednesday on how she's coping with self-isolation a month after California went into lockdown and shared this selfie to her Instagram Story.
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Vanessa Hudgens tells fans she' 'putting on fake tats' as she continues coronavirus lockdown
Vanessa Hudgens Is A 'Freak' For Fake Blood For Christmas
Actress, singer and producer Vanessa Hudgens may be in Christmas cheer but her heart and soul still belong to Halloween. Apparently, she is a freak for fake blood and one of her latest IG posts proves it. Here's more on that and what others things make Vanessa Hudgens tick If not blood, it's spicy sauce as Hudgens took to Instagram with a realization, "Realized I am siracha.
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Do not ask Vanessa Hudgens for coronavirus tips. She’s terrible at it
Vanessa Hudgens has apologised for an "insensitive" Instagram video which seemed to question the seriousness of the coronavirus pandemic. The High School Musical star told fans: "Even if everybody gets it, like yeah, people are going to die, which is terrible She first said her comments were taken out of context, the actor now says her words were "not at all appropriate". The year-old went live on Instagram on Monday seemingly responding to Donald Trump's announcement that the coronavirus pandemic could stretch into July and August.
Actress Vanessa Hudgens was accused of making insensitive remarks about the coronavirus pandemic in an Instagram video in which she said deaths are "terrible but What a horrible and heartless message for you to share with the younger people who look up to you VanessaHudgens pic. I'm sorry," Hudgens said Monday of the potential length of the social distancing in the U. Like, I respect it. But at the same time, like, even if everybody gets it, like, yeah, people are gonna die, which is terrible but, like, inevitable?
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