October 08, 2008 03:32:53 GMT
The stars of the Walt Disney's teenage flick, Zac Efron, Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Tisdale and Corbin Bleu, are among the attendees of the special screening event.
Walt Disney Pictures have presented a very special evening for "High School Musical" fans as the mouse house rolled down red carpet to celebrate the U.K. premiere of "High School Musical 3: Senior Year". The special screening event was held on Tuesday, October 7 at Empire in Leicester Square, London where dancing cheerleaders, basketball players and hordes of screaming fans made it even merrier.
Attending the premiere were some of the musical movie's major cast, Zac Efron, Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Tisdale and Corbin Bleu, who were all dressed to impress. While the boys were wearing suits, the girls wore stylish mini dresses. Hudgens turned up in black polka dotted ruffled lace hem with a black grained leather Catherine Malandrino jacket, while Tisdale glammed up in a Jenny Packham mini dress with a jeweled waist and neck.
Joining the four leading actors on the red carpet were co-star Jemma McKenzie-Brown, director Kenny Ortega and producer Bill Borden. Aside from the stars and crew of the romantic musical flick, other celebrity guests spotted on the occasion included British girl group The Saturdays, Korean star Rain, former Blue member Simon Webb and others, like Alesha Dixon, Jason Donovan and "Hell's Kitchen" host Gordon Ramsay.
Once again highlighting on the drama in the lives of America's favorite high school students, the first of the "HSM" franchise to be brought to the big screen will take the East High high-schoolers, especially Troy and Gabriella, to their senior year and showcase the difficulties they experience as well as the choices they have to choose when faced with their future. Starring also Lucas Grabeel and Monique Coleman, the Wildcats will be staging their last musical numbers revealing their fear, hopes and experiences on October 24.
Red Carpet Coverage of "High School Musical 3: Senior Year" U.K. Premiere: