Good Girls Go Bad in ‘Spring Breakers’: How The Movie’s Stars Give Back

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Selena Gomez is all grown up and robbin’ restaurants! But luckily not in real life. The Disney starlet-turned-UNICEF Ambassador plays her most adult role yet in “Spring Breakers” — a tale of 4 college-aged girls who rob a fast food joint to pay for spring break.

The film stars Selena, fellow Disney chick Vanessa Hudgens, “Pretty Little Liars”’ Ashley Benson, newcomer Rachel Korine, and four skimpy bikinis. The girls also run into a cornrowed James Franco, Gucci Mane, and of course the police along the way. You can watch the four good girls go bad on March 22nd, but until then, we’ve got more on what made them good in the first place.

+ Ashley Benson Supported Human Trafficking Survivors

Ashley and her “Pretty Little Liars” costar Shay Mitchell support the Somaly Mam Foundation — an organization devoted to ending human trafficking and empowering its survivors. The PLL girls should so reach out to the foundation for help escaping A!

+ Vanessa Hudgens Helped Kids

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Vanessa and the gang won’t be wearing much in “Spring Breakers.” Apparently “pants” weren’t on their post-robbery shopping list. However, Vanessa does know a thing or two about dressing up for a cause. She kept it classy at last year’s Charity Meets Fashion Holiday Celebration, which raised funds to build a school for Georgian children displaced by conflict.

+ Selena Gomez Repped UNICEF

Selena Gomez became the youngest UNICEF ambassador in the U.S. in 2009. Since then, she’s participated in numerous campaigns, events, and initiatives aimed at bringing clean water, food, education, and medicine to children around the world. Above, she details her involvement with UNICEF’s Tap Water Project.

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