Vanessa Hudgens rocks a bikini top with sweatpants and a jacket during a coffee run in Los Angeles
Vanessa Hudgens was spotted out for coffee in Sherman Oaks on Sunday afternoon.
The 33-year-old actress was joined by pals GG Magree and Vince Rossi as they took a little walk, during which she showed off a sliver of her impeccably toned midsection.
The artist’s coffee run came after she shared a video of herself posing in front of the main filming location for High School Musical.
Fun in the sun: Vanessa Hudgens was spotted out for coffee in Sherman Oaks on Sunday afternoon
Hudgens wore a patterned bikini top, which showed off portions of her upper chest and midsection, under a light yellow button-down shirt during her outing.
The Spring Breakers cast member also rocked a set of high-waisted athletic shorts and a pair of plush slippers.
The artist accessorized with a striking necklace, as well as an elegant pair of sunglasses.
She covered much of her gorgeous brunette locks with a purple and pink bucket hat.
Featured: Hudgens wore a patterned bikini under a light yellow button-up shirt during her outing
Comfortable clothing: The Spring Breakers cast member also rocked a set of high-waisted athletic shorts and a pair of plush slippers
Hudgens shared his High School Musical reference video on his Instagram account on Sunday afternoon.
In the clip, the artist is seen striking various poses while standing in front of East High School in Salt Lake City.
The location now serves as a filming location for the television series High School Musical, starring Olivia Rodrigo.
The artist wore a sleeveless black top and a pair of Moschino shorts while recording the video.
Looking back: Hudgens shared his High School Musical reference video on his Instagram account on Sunday afternoon
She made sure to add the popular song Breaking Free, which she performed with Zac Efron and Drew Seeley, to her clip.
Hudgens also added a short message in the caption of her post that referenced a line she said in the first movie in the High School Musical franchise.
His message read: ‘Remember in kindergarten how you met a kid and didn’t know anything about him, and then 10 seconds later you played like they were best friends because you didn’t have to be anything but yourself?’
The actress previously played Gabriella Montez in the first three films of the franchise.
On screen: The actress previously played Gabriella Montez in the first three films of the franchise.
Hudgens previously spoke about working on the film series during an interview with The Guardianwhere he pointed out that initially he did not imagine himself working on joyful projects.
“High School Musical was a fantastic journey, but it completely derailed me from where I originally saw my career going,” he said.
The actress later stated: ‘I always wanted to be the independent girl; I always wanted to be in the movies where I play a drug addict, a stripper or a prostitute. That was my goal since I was like 11 years old.
Second thought: Hudgens previously spoke about working on the film series during an interview with The Guardian, where he noted that he didn’t initially envision himself working on lighthearted projects.