Twittering is just so high school.
At least that's the feeling we got Tuesday night at the Hollywood premiere of 17 Again, where the film's star Zac Efron and his significant sweetie, Vanessa Hudgens, told E! News they are not at all into the latest communication craze—or any other kind of social messaging networks, for that matter. Maybe they got the memo or letter from Keira Knightley?
When it was brought to Zac's attention that Vanessa had allegedly twittered about the premiere, he appeared shocked, saying that neither of them have an account with Twitter "or Facebook, no MySpace, nothing." He added, "So if you have me, it's a poseur, don't talk to him. And Vanessa doesn't have any of them, either. None."
Sure enough, one Twitter page passing itself off as Vanessa's official account has close to 75,000 followers.
"I don't know who it is, and apparently, there's a lot of people who think it's me, and it's freaking me out!" Vanessa said.
Despite the concern, the starlet's not sure if she actually wants to set up a legitimate account, to avoid the confusion.
"I don't know. It seems like a hassle, and when I'm home, I just like relaxing."
Thankfully, though, there are so many others out there who are willing to waste precious time address such topics as noisy neighbors, baby-bump rumors and, most important, Jessica Simpson's top-heaviness.
(Originally published on April 15, 2009, at 11:41 a.m. PT)