If the attractiveness of humans could be measured the way statisticians do baseball players — think sabermetrics but SEXermetrics, except not called that, sorry — Anna Kendrick would be a solid Troy Tulowitzki. (Jennifer Lawrence and Joe Manganiello are Mike Trouts.) But she disagrees. In Kendrick’s mind, she’s a [fill-in-the-blank terrible New York Mets outfielder]. Here she is in this month’s Glamour, discussing everyone on the Internet commenting on her appearance.
GLAMOUR: I think one of the things that everyone loves about you is how normal you seem. But your life is so not normal. I saw this pop-up ad online recently that says something like “12 Stars You’d Never Guess Are Incredibly Small,” and your face was next to it. Is it weird having people comment on things like your appearance?
Kendrick: The thing is, my appearance — that’s never been my moneymaker. I’m fine being small. I’m fine being all the things I am. And I’m happy I’m not supposed to be on the 50 Most Beautiful list all the time, because that would be super f*cking stressful. (Via)
Let me tell you, Anna, first I have to take a shower, then put on pants, then find my keys, then drive to the…oh, wait we’re not talking about buying People‘s Most Beautiful People issue at the grocery store? ‘Cause THAT’S stressful. Being in the issue? Not so much.