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Anne Hathaway Admits That She is Not as squeaky-clean as She Appears

Actress Anne Hathaway has revealed that she is not as squeaky-clean as she appears .

In a recent interview with Marie Claire, the Princess Diaries star confessed that she is quite the opposite of her supposed righteous image.

I love [the band] Peaches. When people are all like, Do you think you have a squeaky-clean image? Im like, Could a squeaky-clean girl know all the lyrics to Teaches of Peaches? Us Weekly quoted her, as telling the mag.

I mean, my favourite song is called Fk the Pain Away, she added.

Talking about her nudity policy in movies, the 24-year-old actress also explained why she went topless in the films Havoc and Brokeback Mountain, but distinctively turned down the lead role in Knocked Up.

I dont actively search for [movies] that I can get naked in. Its not the most fun requirement of the job, but nor is it something that I would ever NOT do a job because of. It is what it is. Some people choose not to do it on moral grounds; I think thats a shoddy argument, she said.

I turned down another movie because it was going to show a vagina not mine, but somebody elses. And I didnt believe that it was actually necessary to the story, she added.


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