Sure, it’s OK to think Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens are hot [SLIDESHOW]

Photo of Taylor Bigler
Taylor Bigler
Entertainment Editor

In case you feel icky about thinking that former Disney stars Vanessa Hudgens and Selena Gomez are hot, you technically don’t have anything to feel guilty about.

The bikini-glad stars of is-it-or-isn’t-it-a-joke movie “Spring Breakers” were once the wee child stars of “High School Musical” and “Wizards of Waverly Place,” but are now 24 and 20, respectively.

In the film, four college students go on a crime spree in order to fund their spring break vacation and pretty much wear bikinis — and nothing but bikinis — the entire time.

Now, the two Disney stars (plus ABC Family’s Ashley Benson, 22) are full-fledged adults (so it’s totally cool to think that they are hot).


Click an image below for larger version.
  • Two former Disney starlets for the price of one!
  • What's better than two hot starlets? Three.
  • Naked pictures of Vanessa Hudgens surfaced on the Internet when she was just 18, so it's not really that shocking to see her prancing around in a bikini for 90 minutes. (Photo: Self Magazine)
  • Benson must have really enjoyed filming her sex scene with co-star James Franco, because the two are reportedly dating in real life.
  • The only reason you should feel gross about being attracted to Selena Gomez is the fact that she dated Justin Bieber. Ew.
  • The last film Hudgens was in, she played a prostitute. So a bikini-clad robber is a step up.
  • Selena Gomez is certainly itching to get rid of innocent type-casting.
  • The lesser-known ABC Family star, Ashley Benson, will probably become known far and wide after the April issue of Maxim hits the stands. (Photo: Maxim)
  • If you want to see Hudgens half-naked, go see "Spring Breakers." If you want to see her entirely naked, use Google image search. But she also looks lovely clothed!
  • Is the "Spring Breakers" poster hot or icky? You decide. They're all adults. (Photo: Muse Productions/ Division Films)

Follow Taylor on Twitter