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Rebel Wilson Reveals She Originally Auditioned For A Different Role In ‘Bridesmaids’: ‘My Character Wasn’t Supposed To Exist’
Rebel Wilson is revealing how “Bridesmaids” could have been a very different movie. The Aussie actress shot to international stardom after portraying the hilarious Brynn in the 2011 comedy, however, it turns out that Wilson originally auditioned for another well-known part. RELATED: Rebel Wilson Takes Style Inspiration From Meghan Markle The 41-year-old star looked back on filming the hit movie while joining in on SiriusXM’s "The Jess Cagle Show" to promote her new series, "Pooch Perfect". "My character wasn't supposed to exist in the movie," she recalled. "I'd auditioned for Melissa McCarthy's character and was like the second choice for that role.
It turns out Martin Scorsese knows a fair bit when it comes to feminine products.
The filmmaker was quizzed by his 21-year-old daughter Francesca Scorsese on TikTok, on which father Scorsese has become quite the star.
Clearly being a dad to three daughters -- Francesca plus Cathy Scorsese, 55, and Domenica Cameron-Scorsese, 44 -- has paid off.
Francesca captioned the TikTok video, "I will probably regret posting this but.... he actually did much better than I thought!!"
First up was an eyelash curler, with Martin guessing: "That is a, for your eyes, you know, mascara," as Francesca proclaimed, "Oh!"
The faceted ball no longer shines for Patrick Juvet
© - The Swiss singer Patrick Juvet, photographed on March 1, 1980, become famous in the 70s with his tube disco: "Where are the women" died in Barcelona April 1,2021 "Where are women?" and "I love america" will resur in the playlists: the Swiss singer Patrick Juvet, star of the disco in the 70s with these titles, died at the age of 70, announced to AFP Thursday his agent Yann YDoux . The body of the artist was found in an apartment in Barcelona. The causes of death are not yet established.
He added, when shown a photo of a beauty blender, "That is a, well, it's some sort of cosmetic thing that you use."
The "Irishman" director wrongly guessed a menstrual cup was a flagon or an eye cup and said nipple pasties were earbuds.
He also guessed a hair donut was "some sort of weird pillow of some kind."
However, he insisted things were getting too easy when Francesca put a photo of a bobby pin on the screen.
"Come on, what is this? Wasting my time," he quipped.
He said of a scrunchie, "That's a, you know, to use for your head, I think."
See more in the clip above.
Fox News' Kat Timpf Marries Cameron Friscia: 'It's the Best Feeling in the World' .
"Knowing that I have his support and love, I am more fully myself and I am myself more confidently than I ever thought I could be," Kat Timpf told PEOPLE exclusively For their big day, Timpf wore a dress from Kleinfeld's. She also had her hair and makeup done by Roman Kusayev of Roman K. Salon and Brandalyn Fulton Williams, respectively. The duo's rings were from Greene & Co.