Thursday, April 16, 2020

Ashley Tisdale and Vanessa Hudgens reunited on TikTok

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There's no way on the planet that Gabriella Montez deserved the lead in the high school musical when Sharpay Evans worked for it her entire life.

The High School Musical fan favorites were rivals on screen, but in real life they're all in this together. Both Ashley Tisdale and Vanessa Hudgens teamed up for a TikTok where they reprised their beloved Disney roles, just a little.

In the TikTok, Tisdale is clad in a tie-dye sweatsuit with her hair in a messy ponytail while performing a dance routine to the HSM favorite "We're All in This Together.

" We really needed some inspiration from our Wildcat faves, and this was it. In Hudgens's half of the split-screen, she was sitting by herself, lighting a candle, and pouring a glass of red wine as she chair-danced to the same song. Clearly, she's living her best quarantine life.”

Inspiring message aside, the TikTok comes fresh off the heels of a minor quarantine scandal for Hudgens.

The star was accused of making light of the pandemic when she claimed reports saying the situation could last through July were "a bunch of bulls**t." It seems like she's gotten her head in the social distancing game.

 Amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, people have sheltered indoors to practice healthy socially distancing and flatten the curve of the outbreak. Unfortunately, there's not a whole lot to do in self-quarantine, unless you're the kind of person who can work from home.

With production schedules indefinitely postponed and tours and public appearances canceled, Tinseltown has turned to the internet to pass the time.

 There's a lot of great social media content coming out from cooped up celebrities. No, we're not talking about Gal Gadot's viral cover of John Lennon's.

"Imagine." (Does anyone else think Zoe Kravitz looks like she's being held, hostage?) We're talking about TikTok, the app that rebranded and relaunched in 2017, then amassed a whopping 1.5 billion users, according to The Verge. ”

Since there's not much else to do but dance in our living rooms, the app seems more popular than ever among the Hollywood set.

Without further ado, here now, are the best TikTok videos of celebrities during the quarantine.