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Hudgens keep a low profile in public to avoid negative comments from 'haters'.

Byline: ANI

Washington, July 24 (ANI): American film actress Vanessa Hudgens has revealed that she tries to keep a low profile whenever out in public so as to avoid any negative comments from "haters" trying to bring her down.

The 'High School Musical' star became famous after she landed the lead role opposite Zac Efron in the hit Disney film.

Later in 2006, leaked pictures of her full frontal brought her at the centre of worldwide controversy.

She now tries to avoid attention whenever she is out in public, and refuses read what journalists and web bloggers write about her.

"I honestly try not to pay attention. I try to live my life, do what I want, and just let everything else follow along. I try not to read the blogs or what people say about me. Because that's what brings everybody down - no matter what you do, you're always going to have haters," Contactmusic quoted her as having told Parade magazine,.

"I keep my head down. Usually I'll run around in hoodies, and I've got this massive head of hair, and I throw it all in my face so that nobody can see me," she added. (ANI)

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