Vanessa Hudgens Brings Back High School Musical By Singing Breaking Free

Vanessa Hudgens Brings Back High School Musical By Singing Breaking Free

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"What worsens virus transmission are incompetence of vehicle personnel, complacency of those in-charge of the vehicles and negligence of passengers."

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"What worsens virus transmission are incompetence of vehicle personnel, complacency of those in-charge of the vehicles and negligence of passengers."

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Vanessa Hudgens brings us right back into memory lane when she posted a video of her belting out one of the most popular songs of the High School Musical trilogy, Breaking Free.

She took to Instagram with the caption “Um. Here’s a really bad, aggressive, and totally sober ???? version of breaking free. Yep. That happened lol it hurts my ears but also makes me laugh lol ??‍♀️ the “ooo yeah”. Dear lord lol ??‍♀️??”

Hudgens played the part of young Gabriella who is the sweetheart of heartthrob basketball player slash singer, Troy Bolton which was played by her then-boyfriend, Zac Efron.

Photo Credit: Vanessa Hudgens Official Instagram

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