Vanessa Hudgens shows off her enviable abs in a pink bikini for beach fun: ‘Time for some sun’
She hasn’t let the coronavirus pandemic stop her from keeping up a regularly workout schedule with friends.
And Vanessa Hudgens showed off the fruits of her labors on Monday when she revealed her washboard abs in a stunning Instagram photo taken at the beach.
The 31-year-old Spring Breakers star put on a busty display in a pale pink ruched halter top bikini.
‘Time for some sun’: Vanessa Hudgens, 31, showcased her washboard abs in a pink halter bikini and a lavender sarong while enjoying herself at the beach in an Instagram snap posted Monday
Vanessa covered up the bottoms with an opulent peach and lavender sarong that was covered in delicate floral designs and featured golden fringe.
She spiced up the look with multiple gold chains framing her torso and an anklet.
The 5ft1in beauty completed her beach ensemble by covering her raven tresses with a large straw-brimmed visor, and she playfully stuck out her tongue and beamed at the camera.
‘Time for some sun,’ she captioned the snap while adding a sun emoji.
Despite the ongoing pandemic, Vanessa didn’t wear a mask in her photo, though she was still in compliance with California Governor Gavin Newsom’s mask order as she was able to safely social distance from others on the beach.
Model behavior: The Spring Breakers star wore a black mask to her workout and urged her fans to ‘#wearadamnmask’ in selfie from July 8
Change in tune: Back in March, she was lambasted by fans and social media users after she called efforts to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus ‘bull****’
Vanessa has advocated for people to wear masks in public and to take the pandemic seriously as it surges across the US, but she wasn’t always as concerned about it.
Back in March, she was lambasted by fans and social media users after she called efforts to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus ‘bull****’ and opined that people would be infected no matter what and that some deaths were simply ‘inevitable.’
The chastened actress later claimed her comments were taken out of context and apologized, saying the response was a ‘huge wake up call.’
‘Hey guys. I’m so sorry for the way I have offended anyone and everyone who has seen the clip from my Instagram Live yesterday,’ she tweeted.
‘I realize my words were insensitive and not at all appropriate for the situation our country and the world are in right now.
‘This has been a huge wake up call about the significance my words have, now more than ever.
‘I am sending safe wishes to everyone to stay safe and healthy during this crazy time,’ she concluded.
Whoops: After saying that deaths were ‘inevitable,’ she later claimed the comments were taken out of context and apologized, calling the experience a ‘huge wake up call’
Having a laugh: Last month, Vanessa was feeling in a playful mood in a lip sync video posted to Instagram. She mouthed along with a child from a popular TikTok video in which he called himself a potato, despite using a tomato face filter
In recent days, Vanessa has been relatively quiet on social media, though she shared multiple socially conscious posts, including one from a week earlier that capitalized on the black and white women’s Instagram challenge to raise awareness about murdered Turkish women.
Last month, she was feeling in a playful mood in a lip sync video posted to Instagram.
The Bad Boys For Life actress mouthed along with a child from a popular TikTok video in which he called himself a potato, despite using a tomato face filter.
She also shared a sweet selfie with a wink and puckered lips in a white floral print blouse while ‘Sending good vibesss.’
Well wishing: She also shared a sweet selfie with a wink and puckered lips in a white floral print blouse while ‘Sending good vibesss’