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Hudgens poses in two-piece lingerie

Hudgens showed off her tanned and toned figure,which was accentuated by a pair of suede high heels.

Written by Agencies | London |
June 17, 2011 4:36:19 pm

Vanessa Hudgens has stripped down to her two-piece underwear in a photoshoot for her new Candie’s campaign.

The 22-year-old model was seen portraying a domestic goddess,ironing her clothes in the purple and pink lingerie and blowing bubble gum in the sexy shoot.

Hudgens showed off her tanned and toned figure,which was accentuated by a pair of suede high heels.

The singer was also seen slipping on a pair of tiny shorts and other picture showed the star wearing a pair of black mini-shorts and pink strapless top.

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Modelling a pair of towering navy suede pumps,Hudgens also posed seductively on a hotel luggage trolley laden with pink suitcases,wearing a pair of jeans and a pink bandeau.

In another photo,the actress appeared as she was shopping,slipping into a floral mini-skirt,grey knitted top and charcoal heels for the occasion.

Vanessa said she had a ball shooting the colourful campaign.

“I had such a great time shooting the Candie’s campaign,it’s all about having fun and learning life lessons according to Candie’s,” the Daily Mail quoted her as saying.

“I love Candie’s because they have so many great pieces you can mix into your wardrobe. My style is very similar to the Candie’s girl style in a sense where we just want to have fun,” she added.

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