Zac Efron's rumored girlfriend in 2018 is his co-star Rebecca Ferguson.
The rumors regarding sparks between the two have been going strong for nearly a month, but will the actor make it official and take Ferguson to the Golden Globes as his date?
Despite Zac recently breaking up with his girlfriend of two years, Sami Miro, Vanessa seems to be happier than ever with current boyfriend, Austin Butler. Looks like we will have to keep dreaming of a Troy and Gabriella reunion.
The world was crazy for #Zanessa back in the day when they dated for a few years after 2005’s High School Musical, and now in the wake of his split from Sami Miro earlier this month it’s believed Zac’s keen to rekindle the flame with his original romance.
Efron's been known to cozy up with his co-stars and fellow actors in the past.
His dating history, of course, dates back to the Unfortunately for hopeless fans, efforts to find more insight may fall short since Ferguson seems to opt out of social media. Ferguson seems to focus on playing complex, strong female roles and holds her own alongside male colleagues on screen.
Garry Marshall and Adam Shankman have both worked with Zac Efron over the years, as have plenty of other well-known directors.
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The 28-year-old actor is seen holding Sami‘s left hand in the photo, which of course is raising many questions as to whether the couple might have gotten engaged or not.
PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Zac Efron Zac and Sami have shared so many cute photos throughout their relationship and they celebrated their one year anniversary back in September.
With a big awards show around the corner, this actor has a busy weekend ahead.
Naturally, fans will want to know if he'll have a romantic partner by his side.
And yes, we basically mourned for a couple of weeks when they broke up. However, Vanessa Hudgens has finally opened up to The New York Times about the end of the relationship and surprisingly, we get it.