Disney, Adam Lambert for Lunch & Fave Stars Under 25

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Happy Monday.  Hope you’re getting in the holiday spirit..did you happen to catch The Princess & The Frog? Were you part of the throng contributing to the Disney film’s $25 million dollar opening weekend payday?  Or were you part of the unstoppable Blind Side machine — over $150 million so far.  In our PCA Polls, I’m still stunned by how emphatically you all duked it out over a lunchdate with Michelle Obama versus Adam Lambert (and evidently most of you would leave the Lady Gaga and Kate Gosselin to dine solo).  Didn’t know you all had such strong opinions; thanks for the great feedback.  In TV news,  remember Melissa Rycroft, who got a raw deal on The Bachelor  (who Jason picked, only to rethink his decision later and then go back to the former jiltee, Molly)? And then she went on to win audiences over on Dancing With The Stars?  Well, she got married this weekend to insurance agent Tye Strickland in Mexico.  Congratulations, Melissa.  And now, in the Wildly-Famous-But-Still-Can’t -Rent-a-Car Department, we want to wish a very happy 21st Birthday to High School Musical (s) actress Vanessa Hudgens.  Speaking of the under-25 set, there are an awful lot of very young stars making some very adult money, and attracting legions of multi-generational fans.  Many of them are super adorable, although lots of them do get swept up in the Hollywood machine if fame comes too early. Thus, let’s throw 4 of them out for you to consider in today’s featured poll. Voice your choice and tell us which of these young things — in your opinion — has got what it takes to enjoy the longest and most successful career?

1) Vanessa Hudgens

2) Daniel Radcliffe

3) Taylor Swift

4) Zac Efron

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