Will Vanessa Hudgens Take Cole Tucker's Last Name When They Get Married?

Soon-to-be Mrs. T — and this time, it doesn't stand for Troy.

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As a lover of all things spooky, Vanessa Hudgens recently celebrated her impending nuptials with a Halloween-themed bachelorette party, and now that the season is officially over, she's looking ahead to her wedding and marriage to fiancé Cole Tucker. During an appearance on the Today show on Thursday, Hudgens opened up about her relationship with the baseball star and if she's planning on taking his last name after their impending nuptials.

"I'm probably going to take it," she told hosts Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager. "Professionally, it's obviously going to stay the same. But, yeah."

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And if her enthusiasm didn't give away her excitement to marry Tucker, her manicure certainly did. At one point during the interview, Hudgens flashed her nails to the camera, showing off the intricate design that included text that read "Mrs. T."

Combining her obsession for the macabre with her love for Tucker, Hudgens explained that she themed one night on the girls' trip was themed to be her funeral. Her friends wore "chic funeral attire" while Hudgens wore white.

"I told my girlfriends to dress for my funeral," she laughed. "Because I was like it's death to my single self, death to Hudgens. Let's do it, but like really do it."

Tucker doesn't share in her scare tactics, though. She told Kotb and Bush Hager that he didn't grow up going all out for holidays. "He's just not a seasonal person," she explained. "He's never carved a pumpkin before." You know what they say, opposites attract.

Last week, Hudgens shared photos from her bachelorette weekend to Instagram, including a group shot from the funeral-themed night. Hudgens wore a white dress, crown, and veil while crouching down, surrounded by her close friends and sister, Stella Hudgens, who all wore black.

"Love a theme night," she captioned the post. "Can you guess what it was?"

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