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Vanessa Hudgens Covers 'Glow' Magazine's Winter 2012 Issue

Vanessa Hudgens Covers 'Glow' Magazine's Winter 2012 Issue

Vanessa Hudgens rocks a Simone leather jacket on the cover of Glow magazine’s Winter 2012 issue, on newsstands now.

Here’s what the 23-year-old actress had to share with the mag:

On her Spring Breakers sex scene with James Franco: “It was very nerve-racking for me. I told my agent that I never want to do it ever again.”

On gaining weight and chopping off her hair for Gimme Shelter: “With so many actresses who want the exact same role, you’ve got to stand out and be different and not let anybody tell you no.”

On following her heart: “At the end of the day, I’m going to do what I want to do, regardless of whether it may upset someone. But I think that if I’m doing right for myself, then that’s all I really need to care about.”

For more from Vanessa, visit Glow.ca! Bigger cover picture inside…

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  • Haters Suck!

    @ho-bo
    You keep taking to yourself on the Internet of all places people are gonna think you’re crazier than you are.

  • BO

    suk smthng,i hv no idea wat u mean.i keep talking to myslf?nw i am gona thnk u ar crazy

  • http://www.yahoo.com Intric8

    @MO: I saw on the road too. Good flick, no? Sam Riley made the biggest impression on me, though everyone did great. I think you would enjoy the history behind the development of that film. Coppola obtained the rights early on and they were looking at ethan hawke and brad pitt as the leads. Wow, that would have been fantastic. Gus van sant was looked at to direct, think my own private idaho and you see how he could have worked out great in the project as well. Kristen looked inredible in that film. I honestly think her role in this film messed with her mind and led to some real life liberated behavior. I think it screwed her up.

  • florence2

    Vanessa is right about doing the right thing for yourself becuase at the end of the day you have to live with your decisions and choices and if you are going to keep making choices to keep other people happy then how is that helping you. I don’t think that she meant that she does’nt care if she upset’s people on purpose but some choices will upset someone in your life but you still have to do what is right for you.

  • yets

    why do i get the feeling that tina and maria is the same person. somebody asked a question from tina but she’s nowhere to be seen so maria comes to the rescue. there have been times before this where this has happened. there have to be some reason behind this. all of them works like a team and its like they have a whole plan made up on who will answer who and who will comment at which time of the day.

  • kelly

    Mila Kunis wannabe. Ugly ho can’t act her way out of a paper bag.

  • MoreThanWords

    @BO: Well either way I’m looking forward to FG more so than SB. And greetings to you too BO, my comments appears to be dissappearing. I’ve posted two since #197. JJ having a spaz?

  • Jo

    @tina you think she won’t do it again? thats a big lie. if she won’t her career is over. all she gets is to play a horny little girl. not that she has talent to get a real role. she’s trying to look all innocent by saying she won’t be doing it again. nobody is going to buy that lie

  • Aurora

    @Jo:shut up!!!You don’t know anything about her

  • BO

    Patent , I also am having problems with the site . So do few others as well .Lots of my comments have gone missing .JJ should fix this .Seriously , this site needs repair and enhancement .You can`t at least paste a smiley along with a comment here .

  • maria

    People wondering where their answers are, shouldn’t be shocked. Seems like JJ finally started editing the vulgar trash after several reports.

    intric8, the pt is ALWAYS worked up. Final path report showed squamous cell, so switch was made to Carbo/Gemzar. Keep in mind that I work on the nursing end, and do not get involved in the work-up. I just get the final word on what tx will be, and I do the rest. I have to schedule the pt for the teaching session, meet with pt and family, discuss the tx and side effects, send scripts for antiemetics, have them sign consent, give them a calendar for the antiemetics, send regimen to billing to check insurance verification, and basically do the “hand-holdong” throughout the length of their tx. We also determine what other services are needed, like nutritional counseling, etc. So I get the pt once work-up is done. I will tell you, once path reports and staging are in, age is also relevant in determining a regimen. Some are better tolerated than others, and quality of life is considered. This pt was elderly and inoperable. Also a big factor, is goal of tx. Curative or palliative. Obviously curative regimens are more aggressive. It is a rapidly changing field, and if you have any interest, go for it. My son is applying to med schools right now, and has a huge interest in oncology as well. Great field to keep a good brain like yours working. Now if we could work on your heart and soul…

  • maria

    @yets: Nope. Not the same person. Sometimes when someone asks a question and no one has responded, I will answer if I can. That doesn’t mean anything sinister, i am always just maria here.

  • tina

    Rotflmao “The last bastion of a desperate man” So, now @maria and I are one. Is that the best you can do? Jo, if like you I had the ability to predict the future, I’d currently be rolling around in my yahoo millions. Sadly that’s not the case. Love how you have the inside scoop on what jobs she is being offered, who’s your source? Always good to hear from someone with connections to the inter working of Hollywood.

  • BO

    LOL , Dahl`s brain is shrinking again . ”JJ editing vulgar trash ” lol do you know what a disgrace that to your friend Patent ? lol She`s having problems as well .lol

  • maria

    @yets tina is one of my multiple personalities. Look at the time of our comments. We both tend to come out at the same time. Now all these can’t be coincidences right.

  • BEAN

    Some fan(s) here clearly have nothing else better to do than keep flagging up and down all the comments here. For one’s that flagging option is pointless cause whoever who wants to read hidden comment can click on it and read it anyway. Or else its this site itself (who i assume is getting paid by her team) who is thumbing down the comments every second of the day cause just the second a negative comment is posted it gets atlest five thumbs downs. if it isn’t the site then its obviously one of her crazy fans who i feel very sad for. This person has no life.

  • Emma

    @BEAN:
    Why do you call her fans crazy?
    What is wrong with protecting her as her fans?
    I do not care whose fan you are, but do not be rude to her fans

  • BEAN

    There you go. I was right. two thumbs already. @Emma i believe you are the one who is being given the job to thumb down on her posts and you had to come out because what i said might have hit a nerve there.

  • Nightwish

    @BEAN: Burying negative comments is one of their tasks. This is one big promo effort.

  • maria

    Geez, has anyone considered that tina and I are in the same time zone?? Of course not. No, we are on the same wavelength too, but not the same person! Tina, I think you have sons, right?

  • …..

    @JO: Zac Efron fan crazy Fucking

  • maria

    @Nightwish: Yeah, like what happens on JJ impacts the world in such a huge way. Yeah, riiiight. Just happens to be the only celeb blog I read. Not rocket science that some of us post here whenever there are Vanessa pics.

  • maria

    @…..: BO/JO, same person. She also has this obsession with talking to herself, and posing as me. Talk about multiple personalities. It’s quite amusing.

  • …..

    @maria: Yes, I guess so.
    One of his fans seems to leave opinions by changing ID several times

  • BO

    dhal’s havin serios mental prolems

  • http://deleted BO

    whenevr her doplgangr cms up,she says itz me,even wen itz dead of the night here in sl,she cnstantly seems to 4get dat v ar frm 2 difrnt time zones

  • http://deleted BO

    not to mention asuming evry pudge basher is me.lol

  • BO

    if tumour brain was my mothr,first thng i’d do is book an apoinment at a first clas phsychiatrist

  • BO

    seriously,if my mothr came on to a gosip site evry half an hour to defend sm dirty gal,s.crewing her job and playng with human lives,i’d be so ashamd of havng a mothr like this

  • http://deleted BO

    she doesnt find it wrong to play with human lives bt finds fault with us bashng a dirty gal

  • http://deleted BO

    Lol.it didnt take a minute 4 my coments to get multiple thumbs down.talk about psychos!woosh!yup.pudgens pusiers!all of them.

  • http://deleted BO

    Lol.it didnt take a minute 4 my coments to get multiple thumbs down.talk about psychos!woosh!yup.pudgens pusiers!all of them…..

  • BO

    its amusin hw pudgens pusiers always find a way round pudgens mistakes

  • http://deleted BO

    and always defend this dirt bag

  • Kro

    She looks gorgeous, everyone is loving this cover! Yay!

  • Kro

    Love you baby!

  • tina

    @maria sorry I went to brunch with friends. Yes I have three sons. I think we’re both in the eastern timezone. They should go back to the night Sandy hit, you weren’t on line and I worried about you. Of course they’ll try to turn that into something else, too. Lol.

  • maria

    @tina: We were fine, tina! So nice of you to think of me! We were spared any damage, but my heart goes out to those who are still without power, and have damage so great, they can’t return to their homes. So, so sad. And yes, I am in the east too.

  • kylie

    @BEAN: Yes because after world peace and finding a cure for cancer, commenting on this blog and constantly thumbing down comments about Vanessa are of the uttermost importance. Sarcasm intentional. You have to know how ridiculously paranoid you sound.

  • BEAN

    @kylie it seems like it is to her fans LOL thats why they spare their time to specifically thumb down every negative comment just the second its posted.

  • MoreThanWords

    @maria: I hate the word, ‘oncology’ and all that it embodies. It’s taken quite a few family members, most importantly my nan and I look forward to the day a cure is found. I was my nans caregiver during the last stages and we regused to place her in a hospice. I have to say though, that I admire the medical staff for all their effort and care towards those who suffer. It’s never easy on the families but I imagine it would be just as difficult for the medical professionals.

  • MoreThanWords

    @BO: I would appreciate it if you could please refrain from referring to Maria as ‘tumour brain’ or any other form of cancerous tumour. It is very offensive to myself and possibly others who has lost someone close or knows someone suffering at the moment, thanks BO.

  • maria

    @MoreThanWords: Thanks for that, and so sorry for your loss. I know oncology is a difficult word for many. Believe me, I know. We become very close to our patients, more than any other specialty, because we see out pts weekly, and even daily sometimes, depending on their regimen. We are there with them every step, and it is so painful for us too, when chemo is just not working anymore. The best we can do, is hope for response to the treatment, and when the cancer becomes stronger than our therapies, it is time for families to love, cherish, and talk to each other. There is a time to accept what we can’t change and help each other through it. And that is part of what we do. There is nothing more rewarding than the tears and hugs from a pt and family, even when treatment hasn’t cured their disease. They truly appreciate our care and love. I recently lost a lovely patient in her 50′s, who had chemo for 15 years! Her husband came in to see me the week after she died, and thanked us all for giving her the time, to see her sons grow up, graduate, marry, and see her first grandchild born. We were all sobbing, but it validated what we do, and why. It’s to give every person every possible minute they can have, and to live it the best way possible. We are here to love and care for each other, and I know your nan knew how much you all loved her. She will always be with you in your life. Cherish every memory you have of her; they will make you smile forever.

  • http://www.justjared.com Nightwish

    Seems like i’m pretty much banned. Nice going guys lol! Maybe JJ is having really bad server probs for the last two days, but i’ve kind of ruled that out. – Intric8

  • BO

    sory patent of ur loss

  • http://deleted BO

    i hv great respct 4 doctors and nurses

  • http://deleted BO

    hwevr,i hv no respect 4 those who play with their jobs and hence risk lives as pea brain

  • http://deleted BO

    but i’l make her an excption since its hurtful to u.

  • http://deleted BO

    u fan me hater we ar difrnt .stil i dont wanna stoop as low 2 hurt u

  • italian mom

    Great maria, thank you very much for sharing.

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