Freaking out: Vanessa Hudgens reveals mid-life crisis at 27

Getting older is something that we all have to face.

Yeah, it's terrifying and especially in the world we live in today where everyone is expected to be a CEO at 30.

So it's no surprise that Hollywood A-listers feel the pressure just as much as us mere mortals.

Vanessa Hudgens is one who has opened up about her mid-life crisis that she went through at  27.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Appearing in PEOPLE's Beautiful Issue, she said, ''I remember waking up at 27 and that was the first moment where I was like, ‘Oh. I am not a kid. I’m not a teenager. I’m an adult and I have responsibilities.' I felt like I had no idea who I was or what I wanted or what I was going after.''

While it freaked her out, it did help her refocus her life.

She revealed, ''I’m very grateful for it because then it forced me to reassess who I am and what I believe in, therefore giving me just a better understanding of myself. Now that I’ve reached 30, it’s so nice feeling free to just speak your mind.''

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Getting older is great, but Vanessa confessed that their are some downsides.

She said, ''I thought being 30 I wouldn’t have to deal with breakouts anymore and it’s something that I still deal with.''

She continued, ''As I’ve gotten older, I’ve realised that my face is the only one I got, so I have to be good to it.”

Preach girl, now we're off to buy some anti-wrinkle cream and sort our lives out.

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