Vanessa Hudgens revealed that she never regretted anything that had happened in her life, including dating Zac Efron.

Vanessa Hudgens and Zac Efron’s fans are still hopeful for their reunion in “High School Musical 4” despite the uncertainty for it to happen. And just recently, Hudgens revealed what she felt after being included in the famous Disney musical teenage movie series, including her relationship with “Baywatch”” actor Zac Efron.

No regrets

Eleven years have passed since Disney released the first “High School Musical” film.

The trilogy film musical series is iconic for plenty of fans that an announcement of new "High School Musical" movie was considered as talk of the town. And in an exclusive interview with “The Zach Sang Show,” the 28-years-old “Powerless” actress revealed that she did not have any regrets in doing the musical film series.

Moreover, she also added that she did not felt regretful about dating her “High School Musical” on-screen lover, Zac Efron. The former HSM lead stars can be recalled to have started dating in 2005 after they got paired in the musical movie.

Their romance was reported to have ended in December 2010 with no third party involved. They reportedly decided to stay as friends.

“Everything that I've done career-wise, personal-life-wise, has gotten me to be the person that I am today and I love the person that I am today, so I wouldn't change a thing,” Hudgens shared in the interview. She added that all the hard, happy and fun things she did molded her to become what she is today in which she felt thankful for.

Vanessa Hudgens not doing “High School Musical 4”?

Disney officially announced that another installment to the famous musical series is already in the works and this time, it will introduce a new set of Wildcats. But, fans are wondering if the original cast, Vanessa Hudgens will reprise her role and appear in the movie.

In a report by J-14, Hudgens expressed excitement over the new installment but she refused to star as a student, adding she could be a teacher but will probably not do it as well.

Talking about reprising her role, she said: "So probably not with me, but I'm excited to see what they whip together."

Sharing about the previous three sequels, Hudgens reportedly believed that the overall story and message of the movie is simply timeless. And while she confirmed she wouldn't be doing “High School Musical 4,” she dished out simple advice to the new actors of the movie, and that is “to have fun.”

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