Vanessa Hudgens is stepping down from her Coachella throne.
The Grease: Live star admitted that she's ready to pass her flower crown to someone new when ET caught up with her at the Fox TCA winter press tour in Los Angeles on Friday.
"They finally revealed the 2016 Coachella lineup and as the reigning Queen of Coachella, how are you feeling about it this year?" ET's Leanne Aguilera asked Hudgens, who has attended the Indio, California, indie music festival almost every spring since 2011.
"I love music festivals. I really do," she explained. "I live for the summer, the festivals, but it's just hard now because everyone knows that I go."
"I love going to festivals to disappear, and I can't really do that at Coachella anymore," she continued. "So, if I get artist passes for me and my friends then I'll definitely go, but it's a different experience now."
In past years, Hudgens has been the center of attention at the festival, specifically for her always on point boho chic ensembles.
"I should just dress like crap and no one would care," she joked. "But that's the other [fun] part of music festivals is dressing up. Any excuse to dress up is good for me!"
The 27-year-old actress has taken desert style to new levels, rocking mermaid-inspired locks, bindis, floppy hats, tie-dyed crop tops and earth-toned accessories, as seen in pics from previous festivals:
Luckily, whether she attends the popular outdoor concert this year or not, we can still get a glimpse of her unique sense of style on her new website, Astral & Opal, which echos the trends festival-goers flaunt year after year.
During the press tour, Hudgens also told ET about her upcoming role as Rizzo in Grease: Live.
"I feel good! It's really exciting," she shared. "We're doing something that has never been done before, and we are doing it with such talented people that even if something does go wrong, it will be a happy mistake."
When asked what she predicts the most challenging part of performing live will be, Hudgens said, "I think that it's probably going to be going from stage to stage in the middle of a scene and doing a costume change at the same time. You don't [really] do that ever, so it's a first."
As we patiently wait to see the live production on Fox on Jan. 31, watch the video below to see a sneak peek of Hudgens and her co-star, Julianne Hough, who plays Sandy, in character.