Vanessa Hudgens reveals her go-to karaoke song with fiancé Cole Tucker
The two confirmed their engagement in an Instagram post back in February.
Vanessa Hudgens and fiancé Cole Tucker aren’t afraid to belt out a song or two while out with friends.
The 34-year-old shared a clip of her and the professional baseball player on her Instagram page, in which the two are out for a night of karaoke with friends.
The two belted out their own version of Jennifer Lopez and Ja Rule’s ‘I’m Real’, with Hudgens seen wearing a white dress and a zebra print coat.
Tucker joined Hudgens for the rap portion of the song, with the clip also showing the two dancing together like JLo and Ja Rule did in the music video for the 2001 hit.
“Because im obsessed w me fiancé and WE’RE REAL,” she captioned the video.
Hudgens opens up about the upcoming wedding
While the two certainly aren’t afraid to have some fun, Hudgens recently opened up about how planning for their wedding is going.
“It’s hard,” she told Drew Barrymore during an appearance on ‘The Drew Barrymore Show’ earlier this month. I kind of just want to elope. I really, I’m lost.”
When asked what Tucker’s thoughts on the wedding are, Hudgens responded: “I mean he just wants to get married to me. He’s like, ‘Whatever you want, babe.’”
The couple announced their engagement with a joint Instagram post back in February. It came after two years of dating, with Hudgens admitting to People that while it surprised her, she always knew it would come.
“I was extremely surprised,” she said of Tucker’s proposal. “We had definitely talked about it, but I did not expect it to happen the way that it happened and the moment that it happened. It definitely caught me off guard and I was bawling my eyes out.”
She also stated during a ‘Today with Hoda & Jenna’ appearance in March that she was ready to head down the aisle.
“It feels amazing. It’s so funny, I was talking about this with Cole…. People are always like, ‘Does it feel different? [Do] things feel different [getting engaged]?’” said Hudgens.
“That was always my question normally, but now I get to be asked it. And you know what, it actually does. There’s a sense of security. You feel so safe. It’s the best thing ever. I love being a fiancée.”