Who is zac efron dating 2016
She might have moved on to Zac Efron, but we reckon Michelle Rodriguez picked up one or two style tips from Cara Delevingne.
She's been jetting around a lot lately, but every time we spot her on holiday she's wearing one of two bikinis by Vix - this nautical number, or the classic black version.
After less than two years of dating, Zac Efron and Sami Miró had decided to part ways leaving everyone wondering, what went wrong? News has learned that while the two still care for one another, they "did not have the same feelings for each other as they did when they first started dating."Our insider revealed that ultimately Zac was the one who pulled the plug on the relationship, adding that "the spark had died.""It wasn't an easy breakup," our source explains.
"Distance and work schedules got in the way with their relationship and Zac wanted to focus on his career."But while the two may no longer be a couple, we're told the actor still hopes to remain friends with his ex.
He began acting professionally in the early 2000s, and rose to prominence in the late 2000s for his leading role in the High School Musical franchise (2006–2008).
During this time, he also starred in the musical film Hairspray (2007) and the comedy film 17 Again (2009).
The film became a major commercial and critical success upon its release in July 2007.
Efron began acting in the early 2000s with guest roles on several television series including Firefly, ER, and The Guardian.Vix is a swimwear label that was launched by Paula Hermanny and named after the beach city of Vitoria, Brazil.Most of the bikinis created by Vix include the 24ct gold-plated metal details like those you can see on the rope straps of Michelle's, making then even more luxe.The film’s soundtrack was certified quadruple platinum by the RIAA, making it one of the best-selling albums of the year in the United States.Efron’s singing talents were disputed when it was revealed that his voice had been blended with Drew Seeley’s on the soundtrack, but Efron clarified that the songs (written for a tenor) were written before he was cast and therefore did not suit his more baritone vocal range.
The film, which has been described as a modern adaptation of Romeo and Juliet, saw Efron playing the male lead Troy Bolton, a high school basketball player who feels conflicted when he finds himself interested in participating in the school musical with Gabriella Montez (Vanessa Hudgens), a girl from the scholastic decathlon team.