Rachel Paige
March 31, 2015 5:56 am

Anna Kendrick, our imaginary celebrity bestie, has once again proven why she’d so be a member of our posse. In the latest issue of Glamour UK, girl has once again spoken some honest life truths about acting your age, growing up, and The Bachelor.

The magazine released a few teases from Anna’s interview that will run in April’s issue, and everything she says is straight-up real (and pretty hilarious). Here are some snippets from the mag—along with some ever-enjoyable Instagram photos ala Anna K.

On sweatpants and why she’s not surrounded by paparazzi all the time

“Part of it is because I’m dressed really boring in sweatpants and sneakers, so those pictures just don’t sell. You need to be really styled – in the perfect leather jacket and little booties, and have your red lipstick and your coffee – and I haven’t managed that yet.”

On taking group pictures

“I’m…the queen of ruining group photos. All my friends will be smiling and looking really pretty, and I’ll be there pretending to pick my nose. Or actually picking my nose. It’s a fine line.”

On trying to wrap her head around Pitch Perfect 2

“We’re basically shooting the same movie again – different scenarios, but in a lot of ways, very much the same, so it was trippy. It was like, didn’t we make this already? Was the first one just a fever dream? Or a premonition, and this is actually the real thing?”

On live-tweeting the Bachelor with her Pitch Perfect BFFs

“Some of the [Pitch Perfect] girls got me into The Bachelor, so that became a group texting moment for us.” And a live-tweeting moment for us!!

On the weirdness of being at the end of your 20s

“I feel like 29 is just total garbage, I’d rather just be 30 for two years. . .When I say I’m 29, I think I sound like I’m trying to make sure everybody knows I’m not 30.”

On the fear of everyone suddenly not liking her (because we all have those moments)

“I’m always sort of prepared for that, so I’m not patting myself on the back for any of the social media stuff. I know that at some point people might just turn around and be like, ‘I hate you.'”

And, her life mantra

“If I’ve got jeans on, it’s a good day.”

Preach, Anna.

Image via Instagram

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