Rebel Wilson Talks Body Criticism in ELLE October 2013 Feature

Posted Friday September 13, 2013 11:51 AM GMT

She's gearing up for the premiere of her new series "Super Fun Night" and during promotions, Rebel Wilson scored a feature in the October 2013 issue of ELLE magazine.

During her Q&A session with the mag, the "Pitch Perfect" actress dished about her struggles in acting and revealed what she truly thinks about her figure.

Check out a few highlights from Miss Rebel's interview below. For more, be sure to visit ELLE!

On her unpopularity in school:
"I remember just sitting down one day and going, 'I should have friends.' And then I developed a sense of humor. By the end of high school, I would say I was the most popular girl."

On juggling acting and college:
"I just had this belief that I could do it. I watched a lot of 'Oprah,' and Oprah's like, 'If you get a whisper of something, you should believe it.' But this was a full-blown hallucination!"

On her early career woes:
"No one was interested in me. All the roles were for, like, 'Bikini Girl,' age 18. So I thought, I know, I'll write my own characters and then people can see what I can do. "

On her body:
"Sometimes I feel sorry for the actresses who have to be super glamorous in the movies. And then you're sitting there at lunch and never really eat anything. I'd much rather be doing what I'm doing. In comedy, you have to use your physicality as well, and sometimes you get criticism [for that]. But if I had a big nose, I'd always use that, because that's what you have to do."

Photo Credit: Doug Inglish for ELLE

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