Disney stars leave their fans on a high
SWARMS of teenage girls yelled and screamed as Disney's High School Musical juggernaut rolled into town.
In sweltering conditions the stars of the hit film were welcomed to the Melbourne premiere of the latest movie by about 3000 adoring fans at the Jam Factory last night.
Mums, daughters and some fathers and sons, came from across town to worship the teen idols, especially Zac Efron.
Sarah Morton, from Mentone, left school early to get a prime spot near the red carpet.
Penelope Anastasiadis, brought along her daughter, Elizabeth, and niece Emmy, who despite their young age declared their love for Efron — but "we love all of them really".
And America's teen heartthrob didn't disappoint. Alongside co-stars Vanessa Hudgens and Ashley Tisdale, he declared: "We love you all, Melbourne."
High School Musical 3: Senior Year opens in cinemas on December 4.