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Vanessa Hudgens & Austin Butler: Early Morning Hike!

Vanessa Hudgens & Austin Butler: Early Morning Hike!

Vanessa Hudgens and her beau Austin Butler keep their heads low as they go for a hike on Friday morning (January 4) in Los Angeles.

The 24-year-old actress’ boyfriend recently took the cover of Glow magazine, where he chatted about his upcoming show The Carrie Diaries.

“Each project is unique in its own way,” Austin shared. “I certainly am having a lot of fun and learning a lot while filming The Carrie Diaries. There are so many variables that go into having a successful TV show or film, so I try not to focus on anything but the work I put in.”

15+ pictures inside of Vanessa Hudgens and Austin Butler hiking in LA…

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Credit: Mitchell Nguyen Mccormack; Photos: AKM-GSI
Posted to: Austin Butler, Magazine, Vanessa Hudgens

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  • Aly

    @samsam:
    he is defo not gay

  • xoxox

    @Aly: I’ve heard the same actually. So I guess we know why the girl has that glow.;)

  • http://Justjared.com BOHJI

    @sam, I believe Austin was home schooled just like Vanessa. It stands to reason why he is more articulate without the influence of peers than if he had been in a school. He seems to have good values just like Vanessa. They both seem happy with their relationship and do share a lot in common. Acting aside I feel they both have more substance to their characters.
    I look forward to reading his interview, anyone?

  • BO

    I don’t believe this , how many posts within the past 24 hours !!! god !!! VHudge the famewhore is back in full force in 2013 !!! lalalalala

  • http://deleted BO

    just like his GF , on the cover of a mag for no reason ! and on the same mag cover ,no less

  • http://deleted BO

    of course he’s gay . he looks soooo gayy

  • Yawn

    He looks like McCauly Caulkin with those big lips. She looks like her regular trashy self.

  • Nightwish

    These pics are really lame. This is just sad already, how vanessa has nothing going on, and she drags austin out on early morning walks just like old foggies.

  • Wow

    @Nightwish: Lunatic b!tch nigga nigga nigga lololol

  • Nightwish

    Austin is decently articulate. Maybe he can help Vanessa in daily conversation to say something meaningful beyond “well… yeah…… you know……” LOL

  • Nightwish

    @Wow = haterssuck!

  • Wow

    @Nightwish: Omg u so dumb dumb dumb like a pig. I’m not haters suck u b!tch. Gtfo nigga nigga lolololol

  • Nightwish

    @BO: How lame is this set? What kind of id!ot pap wakes up this early in the morning just to take pics of pudgy out on a dumb walk around the block? These pics mustve been taken by stella or gina LOL

  • Wow

    @Nightwish: Nigga nigga oh nigga nigga oh ~ Im singing a song for you oh nigga nigga ~

  • Prada

    Goin to chirch together n havin lots of premarital sex. The hypocrisy with them!

  • http://Justjared.com BOHJI

    @Nightwish, jealous much? Your complaints are getting old and as lame as you. I’m beginning to think you are a nerd who really hasn’t much of a life besides here on Vanessa’s threads. You hardly post anything on your idol, KStew threads

  • A

    Okay couple of things:

    1. There is nothing at all profound or “scholarly” about this interview. Nothing wrong with it, and it’s articulate enough, but if THAT strikes you as exceedingly intelligent, it just shows you haven’t read many interviews outside of Vanessa Hudgens’.

    2. @Bohji oh goodness gracious, please don’t tell me you’re one of those mothers who shelters her children and insane amount in order to “protect” them from outside influences. That would actually explain a lot. I’m not saying that there’s necessarily anything wrong with being homeschooled, but I wouldn’t say it’s an advantage in any way to not have peer influence. What about his social development? Is that not important? Interacting with people your own age is crucial while growing up. The homeschooled kids who DON’T get this are FREAKS, point blank. Again, not saying he was one, but I think “It stands to reason why he is more articulate without the influence of peers than if he had been in a school” was a dumb comment.

    And again, I stress, absolutely nothing outstanding about his interview. He just sounds like a normal person talking. Why are you all applauding him for not sounding like a moron? Why praise him for something you should expect out of anyone in the first place? And no, I’m NOT hating on him, I just think you guys are ridiculous in your over-zealous praise of these people.

    Next thing you know it will be, “Look Vanessa is walking down the street with Stella and she DIDN’T shove her in front of that moving car. What a remarkably moral person!”

  • Nightwish

    @A: If i had kids the LAST thing i would do is home school them. They would be sent to a private school, even a catholic private school if it came to that. Kids need socialization, peers, exposure to the real world and all associated challenges. Home schooling can be justified, but the circumstances would majorly have to call for it. As a parent, i wouldn’t have a clean conscience depriving my child of that important experience.

  • A

    @nightwish I agree absolutely. I plan on sending my kids to private school as well. So they get a more individually focused education, but still get those vital social skills. I do understand the thought process behind choosing to homeschool a kid that works in show business so they can focus on their career, but Ashley went to public high school and worked in the mall while maintaining a viable acting career because it was important to her parents that she had those normal experiences. I agree with that more.

  • Nightwish

    Home school is such the lazy way out as a parent. Its unconscionable. It makes it very difficult for those kids to get into a good university. Bohji? Did you home school your kids?

  • A

    @nightwish usually it’s super religious people who homeschool their kids. To make sure the secular world doesn’t infect their children’s minds with science and accurate history accounts.

  • Nightwish

    @A: Precisely. They dont want their kids faith affected or compromised in any way.

  • A

    @nightwish which is lame. You’re willingly brainwashing your children and denying them the opportunity to develop as an individual rather than a limb of their parents’. Of course parents are going to try to influence their children to share their beliefs and values. But I think children should be allowed to develop their own faith or lack there of, political ideologies, and hobbies and interests.

  • Nightwish

    @Nightwish: Not lazy in the sense of work, because the parents take on the instruction, but in the sense that over the years, they wont have to deal with much of the psychological challenges the child would encounter in a competitive group setting.

  • A

    @nightwish yep I agree. Your kids are going to rebel, go to parties, drink, have sex, and try drugs. Learn to deal with it. It’s part of being a parent.

  • Nightwish

    @A: I agree 100% with your view. I am all for a childs self empowerment. Indoctrinating a child into a religious position usually has a net negative effect later in life. I would want my child to explore that prospect on his own, when he/she is good and ready.

  • A

    @nightwish yep. I want my kids to be intellectuals and free thinkers. I might give them a worldly education on several religions as well as other secular and humanist views, and let them believe whatever they wish.

    Well now we’re just having a private conversation. Where have the pumpers gone? Abandoning their Hudge Pudge on only page three? Lol.

  • Haters Suck!

    @A
    Nope I’m enjoying the show. Just seeing how stupid you two can get please continue.

  • Nightwish

    You can pull a rubber band far on one side and it will hold without breaking, but once you release the pressure, it takes off far in the opposite direction and never comes back. You cant control a childs mind indefinitely. I have personally seen that happen a number of times with religious friends. To think of the years of wasted time that could have been put to more productive use, and it leaves parents devestated.

  • Haters Suck!

    So your basically at war with Christianity. Well get in line people have been trying to silence us for thousands of years.

  • Nightwish

    @Haters Suck!: Feeling left out? lol

  • Nightwish

    @Haters Suck!: (facepalm) dude… : – /

  • Haters Suck!

    And btw I went to a private catholic school from pre to 8th grade so $crew you.

  • A

    @nightwish oh goodness. HS is a whackjob with a religious cause.

    Hey @HS I practice religious tolerance. I have no problems with your beliefs as long as you don’t shove them down my throat and tell me I’m going to hell if I don’t swallow them.

    A church going family is going to take their children along to church. That’s fine. But to completely indoctrinate them, to fear them straying away so much that you try to dictate and control their every move, that is messed up and it will lead children away when they’re old enough.

    What nightwish and I are talking about, are radicals. Maybe you can’t understand that because you are one?

  • A

    Ughhhhhh. Oh my God Haters Suck!!! I’m well aware that if I met many of you guys on the street and never knew of this connection we’d probably get along just fine. But you? You are a ridiculous, nonsensical, rage filled, closed minded individual. I can just picture you in your Catholic school. Let me guess, you were that kid who has very few friends and is often the target of many jokes, but still stands up confidently to spew your out there opinions to everyone even while they’re snickering? Yeah, I know the type.

  • Haters Suck!

    @A
    If you hadn’t crossed the line before you have now. You don’t know what the f**k you’re talking about so you can kiss me where the Good Lord split me.

  • Haters Suck!

    We we’re all friends in catholic school as their were so few of us. In our 8th grade class before we went to public high school there were 18 of us. We couldnt field an 8th grade basketball team cause there were only 4 boys who knew how to play.

  • A

    @HS oh bahahah you went to one of those schools.

  • A

    Hey @nightwish where’d you go? Help me fight this raving lunatic hahah.

  • Nightwish

    @Haters Suck!: Nobody is bashing your religion. You are missing the entire point with all of this, but i dont want to waste time explaining our position when you’re not smart enough to grasp the essence of what we’re saying.

  • A

    @nightwish exactly. We were talking more about parenting and those who try to mind control their children than religion.

  • Haters Suck!

    @A
    Yeah, so what? In spite of how freakish you think it is it didn’t impare my development as a child. Still played basketball, football, baseball and all other sports I could get my hands on. Same with the other kids in my school. Only difference is I had perhaps more faith in God them normal and regardless of what you think is not a bad thing.

  • A

    @HS LOL.

  • Nightwish

    A is explaining how its important for a child to be exposed to various religious ideas throughout their life, but ultimately make that choice for him/herself, and you take issue with that? Let me guess, in your household its going to church or getting a beating, is that how it is?

  • Nightwish

    @Haters Suck!: You have a relationship with God. That’s great, and nobody is here trying to dissuade you. You like sports. Good too. What is your point, dude?

  • Haters Suck!

    @nightwish
    No I actually left the church for quite some time. I never have or will stop believing in God but I didn’t agree with a number of the churches positions so i left. A couple years ago I came back and my faith remains strong.

  • Haters Suck!

    @nightwish
    My point is having faith in God and going to a private catholic school does not hinder a child’s development. I consider me and the people who I still have contact with who went to school with me as normal as any other kid.

  • Nightwish

    “I didn’t agree with a number of the churches positions so i left” Exactly. So imagine a child forced into a denomination from age 2 all the way to 18. Now they of legal age and responsible for their own decisions. Their entire experience with religion was a sham, forced on them by their folks. Is it wise, as parents, to subject them to that experience? What do you think a kid in this situation will do at age 18? Perhaps even resent his parents for the colossal waste of time they put him/her through? Dude, i personally know people like this, and maybe you do to.

  • A

    @HS you know what? It’s pointless to have this discussion with you. Nightwish and I both seem to be on a different intellectual plane than you altogether so let’s just let bygones be bygones. Nobody was out to bash your Catholicism initially. Heck, I’d send my kid to a Catholic school if it were the only private school available, were a decent size as far as student numbers, and I felt it offered the best education out of my options. But I would educate them beyond the views they were taught in school, and wouldn’t have any expectations for them as far as what they “should” believe.

  • Nightwish

    @Haters Suck!: Dude, i would send my child to a private catholic school if it came to that. No problem.

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