Amanda Seyfried Dishes About Her Dead Animal Collection
Hitting the UK press circuit, Amanda Seyfried was featured as one of the celebrity guests on Saturday night's (March 10) episode of "The Jonathan Ross Show".
Despite the pink, silky dress she wore during the pre-taped appearance, the "In Time" actress revealed an odd hobby as she talked about how she enjoys collecting taxidermy in her Los Angeles home.
"When taxidermy is done well it’s an amazing piece of art, I love animals and they’re very easy to look after when they’re dead," Amanda said.
Continuing on about a certain googly eyed creature in which she's ready to see more of in her abode, the 26-year-old dished, "[I] recently decided I was going to start building a parliament of owls because I only have one."
Miss Seyfried revealed that she took a liking to the hobby when she was in Paris, explaining, "I have a horse, a miniature horse, it’s a baby. It’s quite small, it’s much bigger than my dog. His name is Antoine. I bought him in Paris. He was sitting with every kind of animal you can possibly imagine, giraffes, zebras, scorpions, and they were all sitting in this incredible installation and that’s when I decided that this was going to be a life long hobby."
One animal in her home that is still full of life is her beloved dog, of which she told Metro in a recent interview: "I can’t live without him. He goes everywhere with me. He’s better than a husband could ever be."