So, this Zac Efron thing is working out nicely for Vanessa Hudgens. At the premiere of Zefron’s movie Charlie St. Cloud, one image source had sixty-four pictures of The Hudge, compared with only thirteen of the actual female lead in the movie, Amanda Crew. Not to be all cynical about it, but allow me to get all cynical about it: That is some smart up-your-profile dating right there.
And she made the most of the moment:
From this angle, it’s a stunning look for Vanessa. Unfortunately, though, the best laid plans often blow up when the photographer asks you to turn around and nuzzle the boyfriend that got you in the door:
I appreciate keeping the front simple when your outfit has a dramatic back, but I don’t care for how it rides up on her in the front, and how ordinary it looks from the side. What looked louche and languidly lovely from behind now just just seems baggy and ill-sewn — like a cheap nightie she bought for $10 during a lingerie clearout sale at Kohl’s. It even makes Hudge’s posture seem suspect. So while the basic concept is pretty, somehow the execution is a bit of a waste of half those sixty-four photos. Although, that still leaves her with thirty-two, and that’s a handy 19-picture advantage over the actress who’s actually in the movie, so perhaps this still counts as a win, and we can all turn our attention to more important matters — like why Zac’s hair looks like it belongs on top of an ice-cream sundae.