Biography of Vanessa Hudgens
Hudgens's breakout role has been starring in the Disney Channel movie series High School Musical, starring as Gabriella Montez. Hudgens and Efron had won "Best Chemistry" award at the Teen Choice Awards for their roles. Her contributions to the High School Musical soundtrack with several songs. Hudgens started concentrating on her music career by signing a record deal with Hollywood Records in 2006 as the start of her solo career, but first covered the song "Colors Of The Wind" for Disneymania 5 album in that same year.
Hudgens' debut album, entitled V, was released in late September 2006. V debuted on the Billboard 200 in early October 2006 at number twenty-four on the chart, with 34,000 copies sold that week. Hudgens described V as a 'wide mix of things.' She was ranked 7 in the Top 10 Pop Music Eye Candy 2006. The first single was "Come Back to Me", while the second and final single was "Say OK". Several songs were released as exclusive singles in Radio Disney from the album. Hudgens promoted the album when opening for The Cheetah Girls during their The Party's Just Begun Tour. V was certified Gold for shipments to retailers of 500,000 copies on February 27, 2007, and was nominated as 7 on "Album of The Year" by Billboard Readers' Choice. The album was re-released in Japan in a limited Deluxe Edition format. Hudgens was named the Choice Breakout Singer - Female at the 2007 Teen Choice Awards.
Hudgens performing "Let's Dance" at the High School Musical: The Concert Tour.Hudgens launched a tour with the rest of the cast of High School Musical in fall 2006, performing the songs from the soundtrack album as well of the three singles from her debut album. A DVD and an album named High School Musical: The Concert were released in 2007, which includes one song performed live by her. She sang the duet "Still There For Me" with Corbin Bleu for his debut album. Hudgens appeared on the High School Musical 2 soundtrack. On November 12, 2007, Hudgens along with the High School Musical cast performed a live Christmas version of the hit song "What Time Is It?" from High School Musical 2 during the annual event Walt Disney World Christmas Day Parade. In late 2007, she had appeared in The White House's Christmas in Washington with other singers.
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