Food comes before fashion for Rebel

Last updated 10:41 22/05/2013
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REBEL WITH A CAUSE: Actress Rebel Wilson.

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In a celebrity world populated by celebrities obsessed with thinness, Australian comedian Rebel Wilson has a refreshing attitude to fashion: good food comes first.

The Bridesmaids star joked that she would be "perfect" if she didn't like ice cream so much.

"I have a personal trainer, I get physicals, I want to be super-healthy and p**s-perfect, but I like eating ice cream," she told the New York Post.

"I now have a stylist because I don't know fashion."

The Pitch Perfect actress said she would rather enjoy food than embark on a strict diet.

"I could eat my weight in macaroons. I have to eat something. I'm wasting away," she deadpanned.

Wilson is busy working on upcoming comedy series Super Fun Night.

It will be a completely un-glamorous insight into her life.

"Super Fun Night is a single-camera half-hour show. Starts September. I'm the creator. I'm the producer. I'm the writer. I'm the star. An anti-Sex and the City thing - no fashion sense, nobody gets laid - it's three girls living in Manhattan," she revealed.

"I put in real stories, like about my family. And I'm now doing movies. And I signed a big ABC deal. I work hard, and I'm totally single."

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