Squeaky-clean star Vanessa Hudgens has admitted she felt ''so naughty'' when she went out drinking in her youth, but claimed her close friends avoid the ''wild'' life.
Vanessa Hudgens felt ''so naughty'' when she drank in her youth.
The 'Spring Breakers' star explained she couldn't really relate to her role in the thriller - which follows a group of college girls on their spring vacation who get caught up with a drug dealer - because she and her friends are ''very tame.''
She said: ''I don't really relate. Being young, I can relate to it a little, perhaps, but not to the extreme of the spring break reality itself.
''I remember experimenting with drinking and feeling like it was so naughty. But that's just self-exploration.
''My friends are honestly very tame and creative and spiritual so the whole wild thing isn't really relevant to our lives.''
With the Disney actress stepping well outside her comfort zone for the movie, she revealed being a blonde was actually one experience she isn't keen to try again.
She admitted to Independent Radar magazine: ''Me and Ashley [Benson] went out to a bar once and I had the blonde wig on. I felt like so many girls hated us - instantly.
''So, if anything, being blonde brought on more hate. I wouldn't be in a rush to try it again.''