AceShowbiz - Vanessa Hudgens has turned her back on bacon for a more healthy diet.
The actress and singer reveals she used to scoff bacon for breakfast every morning before giving up meat and becoming a seafood-loving pescatarian - and she tells Women's Health magazine she doesn't miss her rashers.
"I used to be the girl who ate bacon for breakfast every single morning," she says. "Now I love finding things that are good for you and also taste amazing. I try to get enough healthy fats, protein, and foods that give me energy."
The 29-year-old star of Jennifer Lopez's new movie "Second Act" is looking forward to her 30s, now she's sorted out the kinks in her character and she tells the publication the next decade will hopefully include marriage and kids.
"I want to get married, travel, then have kids - probably in my late 30s," she explains, revealing her relationship with longtime boyfriend Austin Butler has never been better.
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"We both respect, trust and admire each other," she tells the publication. "It's so solid now because I feel strong as an independent woman. I am very self-reliant, but it's nice to have a best friend you can share victories with, as well as losses."
Meanwhile, Vanessa has just entered the fashion world after launching a ladies suit collection last month, and she has teamed up with bosses at activewear brand Avia on a new capsule collection, which is expected to hit stores in the spring.