Vanessa Hudgens at the German premiere of Spring Breakers at CineStar in Potsdamer Platz in Berlin (2/19)
Even though she wants everyone to forget about it, Vanessa Hudgens talked about her GRAPHIC nude pic scandal to the new issue of Paper magazine. And when I say GRAPHIC, I mean GRAPHIC. Some of those beav shots you don’t even see in Hustler.
In 2007 nude photographs the actress had taken ended up on the Internet. “That was just a really shitty situation that sucked,” Hudgens tells me over breakfast at Kings Road Cafe in Studio City, her mood deflating for the first and only time in the two hours that we spend together. “That was by far the worst moment of my career.”
Ah yes, I remember those naughty pics . . . I also remember a trip to the free clinic to get a dislocated wrist reset — don’t ask, its a long story. Anyways, I don’t know why Vanessa regrets her handiwork — besides exposing her unkept bush, those pictures made her a star, and eventually led to better camera phones, broadband service, and, dare I say it, made Twitter a force to be reckoned with. Vanessa Hudgens is basically the Steve Jobs of masturbation: she didn’t invent it, but she did make it a helluva lot better.