There’s That Midriff Again! Vanessa Hudgens Gives Instagram A Peek Of Her Incredible Figure As She Poses In A Tiny Bikini Top

She talked about the struggles her family went through to allow her to become the successful actress she is today and she also talked about her confidence. I am so comfortable with myselfhoning in on what I love and what makes me powerful. Things I’ve been doing lately, I’m super-proud of. So I don’t really care if someone doesn’t like it, because I love it, she told the magazine . She also said of her family that they gave up a lot so that I could get to where I am.” Hudgens, who is dating 22-year-old Carrie Diaries star Austin Butler, says she chooses to be happy in a world of chaos. “You have a choice whether you want to be happy or not. I choose to be happy. And it’s been working out pretty well,” she said. “A sense of knowing I’m part of something bigger than myself has allowed me to enjoy life more. And not worry about the little things. Like paparazzi.” E! Online notes that the three things she hopes for in the future are “A vintage Mustang, kids, and an Oscar. image: Marie Claire

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The 24-year-old actress posed in burly hiking boots, tiny shorts and a miniscule bikini top as she threw the camera a peace sign from a sunny Malibu hiking trail, showing off the results of many dedicated gym sessions. No stranger to the bathing suit! Vanessa Hudgens enjoyed a break from the hustle and bustle during a Malibu hike on Tuesday where she posted a cute bikini snap of herself A pink gypsy-style top was tied around the brunette star’s face and she wore an array of necklaces and bracelets around her wrist, creating a boho style. She wore a small brown triangle bikini and tied her hair in a messy yet convenient up-do for the energetic hike with her actress sister Stella. Vanessa hinted at her admiration of singer James Blake with the cute bikini snap, captioning it with his lyrics. ‘So be the girl you loved, be the girl you loved,’ the High School Musical star wrote, hashtagging the singer’s name along with it. A change of tune: The 24-year-old actress stopped by a Los Angeles nail salon on Sunday for a little personal maintenance with her boldly curled tresses She looked to be fresh-faced and make-up free for the sisterly journey out of the hustle and bustle of Los Angeles and out into nature, and brandished a giant grin. It was a vast change of tune from Sunday, where the Californian-born star donned hefty sweat pants and a grey tank with ‘Ballin’ printed on the front to visit a Los Angeles nail salon. The star showed even more style flexibility when she stepped out in the eclectic and casual ensemble, which she finished with a chic black leather cap. Vanessa recently spoke with Marie Claire on the topic of image and her sense of self. Ballin’! The Spring Breakers star was rocking a very casual yet chic look ‘I am so comfortable with myself honing in on what I love and what makes me powerful,’ Vanessa told the magazine. ‘Things Ive been doing lately, Im super-proud of. So I dont really care if someone doesnt like it, because I love it.’ She went on to say: ‘You have a choice whether you want to be happy or not.

Proud: Vanessa Hudgens discussed her confidence and sense of self in the October 2013 issue of Marie Claire magazine where she appeared on the cover

“I couldn’t do anything but laugh. It’s amazing how people like to create something out of absolutely nothing,” she says about the still talked-about photos. “I am human like everyone else. I am aware that there are people who look up to me. When mistakes are made, they aren’t intentional, and I constantly push myself to be a better person.” Pics: Who Wore It Bettter? Vanessa or Kylie? But though she is well aware of her role model status, she is also clearly unafraid to be herself. Aside from taking racy roles in Spring Breakers and The Frozen Ground (in which she plays a stripper), Hudgens is also a constant paparazzi target, and is well known for her unconventional fashion choices . “I’m so comfortable with myself — honing in on what I love and what makes me powerful,” she says. “Things I’ve been doing lately, I’m super-proud of. So I don’t really care if someone doesn’t like it, because I love it. … A sense of knowing I’m a part of something bigger than myself has allowed me to enjoy life more. And not worry about the little things.