Vanessa Hudgens pops into Katie Cazorla's salon on the season finale of Nail Files, in which Cazorla asks the High School Musical star to name a polish from her collection. When she agrees, Cazorla thinks: "Jackpot!"
Watch the clip to see what Hudgens names the golden yellow polish:
Miss the first three episodes of TV Guide Network's Nail Files? You can chill out after your Fourth of July weekend by catching up Tuesday night at 10/9c.
VIDEO: Nail Files' Katie gets "super-glammified" for the Grammys
In the series premiere, meet Katie Cazorla, a fun and quirky entrepreneur with a penchant for saying things like "holy shizballs" and "fantabulous." Follow Katie as she makes her nail salon a Hollywood hotspot with celebrity clientele including Hilary Duff and Vanessa Hudgens.
TV Guide Network's new original reality series Nail Files isn't about just any Hollywood nail salon — it's about The Painted Nail, where celebrities flock and free booze flows.
On Tuesday's premiere (at 10/9c), owner Katie Cazorla learns of a last-minute opportunity to promote The Painted Nail at the Sundance Film Festival. Earlier this month, we dropped by the salon for a manicure and to learn about the salon's latest offering: exotic dancing. "We now have Burlesque Academy, where you can learn burlesque," Cazorla tells TVGuide.com. "It's cardio with a boa. It's more about being sexy, but it's an hour-and-a-half class and you get free champagne with it."
Cheers to Saturday Night Live for getting the most out of guest host Miley Cyrus.
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Despite her dual role on Hannah Montana, she's not the world's most versatile actress — that's one of the running gags in SNL's "Miley Cyrus Show" sketch, with Vanessa Bayer as the always overly effusive pop star. So NBC's venerable skitcom carefully cast her in roles she could handle: herself (defending her reputation in a self-aware opening number, "Sorry That I'm Not Perfect," teaching kids how to overact for the Disney Channel and stepping in for fellow Disney ...
Dylan Walsh and Joanna Going
Nip/Tuck star Dylan Walsh has joined the growing list of celebrity couples calling it quits this week.
On Monday, Dexter's Michael C. Hall and Jennifer Carpenter announced they would divorce, while E! reported that Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens had split. On Tuesday, TMZ reported Scarlett Johannson and Ryan Reynolds had separated.
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Zachary Levi, Kristen Bell, Dakota Fanning are among the many celebrities joining the fight against cancer.
In a new Stand Up to Cancer PSA entitled "Change the Odds" and narrated by Fanning, viewers get an overview of the low odds of several scenarios happening, from dating a supermodel to getting stuck in an elevator (Zac Efron, unfortunately, gets stuck with a gaggle of girls to illustrate this one.) But the alarming statistic comes at the end: In the U.S., one in two men and one in three women will be diagnosed with cancer.
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Vanessa Hudgens is going from Disney sweetheart to tragic exotic dancer — on stage.
The 21-year-old High School Musical star will play...
Vanessa Hudgens' lawyer confirmed nude photos that surfaced on the Internet this week are of the star underage, and threatened to take legal action against anyone who shared them.
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High School Musical 3: Senior Year was the top of the class at the Kids' Choice Awards, taking home two trophies, including Favorite Movie.
"Lately, a lot of people have been taking credit for bringing back the musical," said Zac "Serious Actor" Efron while accepting the movie's trophy. "The truth is we've known who's been responsible for bringing back the musical all along. It was you guys!"
Efron's galpal and costar, Vanessa Hudgens, was named Favorite Female Movie Star.
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High School Musical 3: Senior Year
There's a Rockettes-style line of dancers, 99 extras in elaborate costumes and a giant Statue of Liberty head that shoots confetti. No, this isn't a hallucination. This is High School Musical 3: Senior Year. And it's the third and final day of shooting for a dance number called "I Want It All." Set in the famous cafeteria where Broadway-loving sibs Sharpay and Ryan sang "Stick to the Status Quo" in the first film, the place has been transformed into a mini–Times Square.
"We've come pretty far from a black stage and a gold ladder," marvels Lucas Grabeel, who plays drama-club president Ryan. "It's stepped up to a whole new level for the theatrical release."
On October 24, the wildly popular High School Musical franchise will conquer the final frontier — the big screen ...