We have listed all plastic surgeries Anna Kendrick has and has not done. Could plastic surgery be her secret weapon? Below are the rumors, plastic surgery facts, and more!
She is well known mostly thanks to her role as Jessica Stanley character from Twilight movies where she’s starring together with Kristen Stewart and Ashley Greene. In 2012, Kendrick appeared in Pitch Perfect movie, where she plays main character Beca Mitchell. She had there hot shower scene in which she revealed large part of her attractive body. She also wore push up bra and deep cleavage in this movie and 2011 comedy 50/50. Visually larger bra size created then rumors about Anna having breast implants. However, her bust is all natural.
We have gathered all body measurements and statistics of Anna Kendrick, including bra size, cup size, shoe size, height, body shape, and weight.
|1.57 m, 5’1” (feet & inches)
|47 kg, 104 pounds
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|Cup Size B
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So the famous star probably resorted to the breast augmentation procedure. Rhinoplasty: Anna’s gorgeous nose can clearly shows that the famous star has applied for rhinoplasty.
Which plastic surgery procedures have Anna Kendrick done? Below we have compiled a list of all known facts about the stars beauty enhancements:
"I was really overwhelmed by the amount of roles that I got offered that were carbon copies of what I did in 'Up in the Air.' I got every offer for every ambitious, unfeeling practically robotic character."
"When I get recognized for 'Twilight,' it's usually a teenage girl, and they're usually really loud. So it certainly feels like I get recognized the most from that, but it could just be because of the nature of how vocal those fans are."
"I happen to be a huge 'Lord of the Rings' fan. I do an annual marathon of the extended editions."
"I think there are rock stars within every subgenre, and for people who are obsessed with musical theater Sutton Foster and Audra MacDonald are like Beyonce to them. I'm sure the a cappella world has their own version of that, and that exists in every geeky subculture."
"I get really excited every time there's a female character who is really strong because a lot of females in film are really soft."