Ashley Tisdale's Coronavirus Video Is Getting Glowing Reviews After Vanessa Hudgens' Controversial Clip Goes Viral

While Vanessa Hudgens is currently under fire after comments she made regarding the novel coronavirus, her High School Musical co-star Ashley Tisdale is receiving a lot of praise from fans after sharing a fun video of her dancing to the classic Disney channel movie's hit "We're All in This Together." In fact, ahead of the controversy, Hudgens "dueted" Tisdale's initial TikTok video with one of her own, so fans could see both of them dancing along to this fan-favorite tune.

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"If you need to work out while on [self-quarantine] try this [laughing emoji] hopefully this will brighten your day a little!" Tisdale captioned the video, which she also shared on Instagram. Fans couldn't get enough of the fun clip. One person said, "YES SO GOOOOOD," while someone else echoed, "So cute!" But fans couldn't help but to compare both Tisdale and Hudgens as both had very different reactions to the temporary ways of living.

Another fan wrote, "Ashley tisdale posted a wholesome quarantine video doing the HSM choreography and vanessa hudgens said dying is inevitable I hope Ms. Darbus is recognizes her mistake."

Another Twitter user said she's "team Sharpay" right now after how the two handled the situation.

Someone else used the TikTok video as a reference on how different the girls' views are considering the circumstances.

Fans continued to show their support for Tisdale after Hudgens' controversial remarks made headlines on Tuesday.

In a video on her Instagram Story, the 31-year-old said, "Til July sounds like a bunch of bulls—, I'm sorry," as a response when asked via her Instagram Live video her thoughts on the possibility of the U.S. being quarantined until the summer.

"But like, it's a virus, I get it, I respect it but at the same time like, even if everybody gets it, like, yeah, people are gonna die, which is terrible, but like, inevitable? I don't know. Maybe I shouldn't be doing this right now," she said with a chuckle.


Hudgens later apologized for what she said, claiming that her words were taken "out of context."

"I realize my words were insensitive ... this has been a huge wakeup call about the significance my words have," she said.