SANTA ANA, California - The star of the Twilight series was in Santa Ana, home of the dreaded Santa Ana Winds, visiting her former high school geography teacher Mr. Humboldt Puckerfield, 72.
As soon as she stepped outside of Mr. Puckerfield's double-wide trailer she was met by a reporter for Bedroom Pillow Talk Summersetter Faxx.
Vanessa was asked about the rumor that she had gone down to Venice Beach and gotten a tramp stamp tattoo with the initials K.S.
Vanny smiled and shook her head. She was wearing a halter top so as soon as she walked by Faxx the BPT star reporter immediately saw the letters K.S. tattooed on her lower back.
Faxx asked Hudgens if the letters stood for Kristen Stewart. Hudgens laughed and coyly told her that they stood for Kevin Skinner.
"Who?" the reporter asked.
Hudgens giggled and quickly got into her car. She then paused for a moment and told Summersetter that it was true that the initials did stand for Kristen Stewart but that she had gotten them put on as a joke.
She laughed as she said that the tattoo is not permanent and that it can easily be washed off with soap and water.
Hudgens then stated that Kristen had appeared on Piers Morgan Tonight and told Morgan that the rumors about a lesbianite relationship between her and Vanessa Hudgens were not true.
Stewart then told Morgan that Vanessa was going to appear on The Oprah Winfrey Show and convey the very same message.
According to Bedroom Pillow Talk, Hudgens is planning on calling her ex-boyfriend Zac Efron and having him, while she is live on The Oprah Winfrey Show, tell Miss Winfrey that she is not a lesbianite.
BPT reporter Summersetter Faxx has interviewed noted lesbianites Rosie O'Donnell, Ellen DeGeneres, Jane Lynch, and Lily Tomlin and all have verified that Vanessa Hudgens and Kristen Stewart are both definitely not of the 'biscuit bumping' persuasion.
In a non-related lesbian story. Country music singer Chely Wright, who came out of the closet last year has written a song about Queen Latifah titled, "Wowie Girl, You Sure Are A Right Nice Good Lookin' Big Fine Woman Of Color Now Ain't Cha."