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Vanessa Hudgens' ugly weeks

Vanessa Hudgens has these "ugly weeks."

"I can have an ugly week. I go through days upon days where I just will not want to put on make-up or do my hair and just be in sweats,” said Hudgens.

Days upon days in sweats and no make-up? Ugly weeks are starting to look good...

Apparently, 22-year-old actress/singer isn't always confident when it comes to her appearance and has days where she won't make an effort.

Before filming Sucker Punch, Hudgens' latest gig, she starred in Beastly, a modern spin on Beauty and the Beast, where Kendra the witch curses a vain highschooler with an ugly spell and takes away his boyish good looks. Now, as Beast, he has one year to find someone who can fall in love with him, or he is to stay Beast... forever.

β€œIt was really interesting because of the make-up and prosthetics. When you strip a person of their looks, their whole demeanour is different," said Hudgens.

She thought kissing Alex Pettyfer, as Beast in the movie, was "fascinating."

β€œI personally found it extremely intriguing because there is a mystery behind it. It makes it that much more romantic.”

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