High School Musical actresses Vanessa Hudgens and Ashley Tisdale have shared some funny cuts from their reunion on the Disney Singalong Special having aired on Thursday.

Vanessa, 31 shared an out-take on Twitter which shows her on her patio with her hands in the air and singing.

But she suddenly freezes and stops singing before coming back to the camera and confessing to the person filming that she “messed up”.

While she doesn’t reveal why she dropped a clanger it could be because she was put off by a loud aircraft which can be heard flying overheard when she started her routine.

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While Vanessa’sco-star Ashley Tisdale tweeted a hilarious out-take of a performance in her home showing he singing and dancing enthusiastically before one of her earphones flies out of her ear.

The High School Musical star, who was wearing a white T-shirt and jeans, continues her performance before appearing to realise she has dropped her earphone and stopping to pick it up.

Vanessa and Ashley reunited to sing We’re All In This Together for the big singalong event, with co-stars Lucas Grabeel, Corbin Bleu, Monique Coleman and director Kenny Orte.

We’re All In This Together was introduced by Zac Efron who decided not to take part in the show, much to the disappointment of some fans who criticized his decision.

He said during the introcution: “Hi everyone and I hope that you are safe and healthy you’re doing as well as possible during these unprecedented times.

“It is my greatest pleasure to introduce a musical performance by some of my oldest friends and some new ones.”

He ended his part: “I hope you enjoy and remember that we’re all in this together.”


The hour-long special welcomed a host of famous faces from the Disney family via video call.

Viewers were left stunned after Beyonce made an unannounced appearance and sang When You Wish Upon a Star.

Christina Aguilera also performed Lion King’s Can You Feel The Love Tonight via video from her home.