[twitter align='center' id='866474309866401792' username='Foot Basket']https://twitter.com/Foot Basket/status/866474309866401792[/twitter] But Drizzy cast a wide net at last night's ceremony.
Hudgens wasn't the only one he showed his affection to.
Vanessa Hudgens revived the popular Nineties style while promoting her new single Reminding Me on Monday.
She stepped out with collaborator Shawn Hook to promote their single at Music Choice studios in New York City.
premiered in the States last Friday and is streaming in New Zealand on TVNZ On Demand.
Former Disney stars Butler and Hudgens had reportedly been dating for almost six years, after getting to know each other at a party thrown by Ashley Tisdale's sister in 2011.
Meanwhile, the news of her DC Comics office sitcom cancellation has yet to be announced officially by NBC.
A new report claims Miley Cyrus has recruited Vanessa Hudgens to join her in an alleged feud against Selena Gomez, but the story is pure fiction. A so-called “insider” tells that after Cyrus and Hudgens caught up at the Billboard Music Awards last month, “they plan on hanging out a lot more because the one thing they have in common is their dislike of Selena.” The outlet’s dubious source adds, “Miley and Selena have never got on [well] and have been sniping at each other for years.” According to the magazine’s “insider,” Cyrus has a vendetta against Gomez because she “hates how Selena manipulated Justin Bieber to the point he’s nothing but a walking punch line.” The “source” goes on to purport that both Cyrus and Hudgens are “worried Selena’s going to do the same to The Weeknd, who’s so out of his depth.” The publication’s questionable insider concludes, “Selena plays all sweet and innocent, but she isn’t."Last year, my boyfriend, Austin, lost his mom, Lori, to cancer, and my dad has just been recently diagnosed with stage four cancer," she said. I hate cancer with every cell of my being.""Grease: Live" aired Sunday night on Fox to rave reviews on social media.Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta played the protagonists, Sandy and Danny, in the 1978 movie; Julianne Hough and Aaron Tveit took on the roles in "Grease: Live." Click through to compare the stars of the film with the TV production.While on the Today Show, the brunette beauty talked about how she was asked about being featured on the song: 'I was played "Reminding Me"..this is an amazing song.Of course I would love to be on it.'Vanessa released her debut album V in 2006.The 28-year-old embraced the grunge style for her outfit, pairing a silver dress with purple lipstick and combat boots.