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What does a star in her early 20s shop for in New York City? If you've been following various crotch shot queens of late, you'd probably assume they'd be shopping for some seriously sexy, slutty attire. But not so for Ashley Tisdale.

People Magazine had the pleasure of tagging along with Ashley on her CD release day, February 6, as she perused the racks at Scoop NYC. The girl's a born shopper - almost literally. She was discovered in a mall at age 3.

Speer and Tisdale Stroll

But in a store full of trendy threads, all she wants are sweats. What's more, "I like 'em baggy," she says. It nice to see that some stars, such as Ashley and Lauren Conrad, believe that more coverage can be sexy when it comes to clothes.

But the High School Musical star is not entirely innocent, guys. Interestingly, the first single of her new album is intriguingly titled, "He Said, She Said."

What's more, the track is written and produced by J.R. Rotem, the one-night fling of Britney Spears and a guy who personifies Andy Warhol's classic "15 minutes of fame" theory.

He's also worked with the blonde, singing likes of Paris Hilton and Hayden Panettiere, among others, on their respective albums.

With a resume like that, you know this is gonna be good! Well, at least 1,000 times better than anything Ashlee Simpson has never "sang."

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The Hollywood Gossip is renowned for breaking new ground, for defining its own boundaries. If we want to expand our Celebrity Look-Alikes to include three people at once, we're not afraid to pull the trigger!

Here are three blonde cuties you have probably heard of, and who are a combined 62 years old. In other words, old enough to make you feel dirty looking at this... though Hayden Panettiere (who does not appear here) is only 17. Think about that.

Looking Lost

Anyway, from left to right, here are aspiring actress and Laguna Beach alumna Kristin Cavallari, former American Idol finalist Kellie Pickler, and High School star Ashley Tisdale. That's the reality show, not your actual high school. Sorry, guys.

Chances are, you'll be hearing more from these three in coming years.