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Vanessa Hudgens and her mother are adorable.
On Friday, the 32-year-old actress shared several photos of herself and her mother, Gina Guangco, as they got ready to walk the red carpet for the premiere of her new movie Tick, Tick...BOOM earlier this week. In one of the photos, Hudgens can be shown using a stain removing pen on her white dress as they both smiled.
"A lil bts for ya," she explained in the caption. "My mom SOMEHOW ended up sitting on eyeshadow. Luckily being the prepared gal I am- I had a tide pen on me and best believe I got that stain out. Lol I’m obsessed with this pic because it couldn’t be more us if I tried lol family is EVERYTHING. always keep them prioritized cause their the ones that matter the most."
Fans took to the comments to share how they could not get enough of the star and her gorgeous mother.
"Omg this wholesome content," a fan wrote, while another said, "So beautiful" and another added, "Y’all are adorable. I cannot." Said one more, "Like mother like daughter."
Hudgens also shared other sweet moments — one with baseball player boyfriend Cole Tucker, of them sharing a kiss on the night they made their red carpet debut as a couple, along with a glamorous selfie and full body shot of Hudgens's white Vera Wang lace dress.
During a recent interview on Collider Ladies Night, the High School Musical alum described her experience working on Tick, Tick...BOOM, which star's Andrew Garfield as composer Jonathan Larson, as "tough because we shot it in the middle of the pandemic."
"That is something that you don’t really expect," she admitted. "And it was definitely a bummer at times because we had so many moments where we’d be setting up a shot and Lin was like, ‘Ya know, if we could, we would all be taking turns singing songs and jamming out right now, but we can’t because of restrictions and rules and trying to be safe.’ But, I’m just such a big Jonathan Larson fan and it’s just a special, special project because audiences are gonna be able to hear songs that they probably never heard before, and just really get a glimpse into Jonathan’s mind. Andrew did such a fantastic job portraying him.”