Anna Paquin has bitchy resting face

SARAH MACKENZIE
Last updated 05:00 29/06/2013
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ANGRY ANNA: Do you suffer from bitchy resting face?

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Homegrown star Anna Paquin was bubbly and positive during her recent TV interview with Jimmy Kimmel, but she may not always look that way.

The True Blood actress explained that she has a real problem, she suffers from 'bitchy resting face.'

Since appearing earlier this month, as in our article here, the female facial expression phenomenon has gone viral.

Paquin said that if you have this condition you look “like you want to kill people, or like you’re a giant bitch. That’s pretty much how I come across."

The issue is that she's really happy and everything's great in her life - her facial expressions just tell a completely different story.

Check out the Jimmy Kimmel video here:

 

 

Paquin blames her 'bitchy resting face' for not-so-flattering paparazzi photos featuring her husband Stephen Moyer looking happy as larry, with his "happy resting face", in contrast to her own sour expression.

I must say, I still think of Paquin as the precocious little lady in Fly Away Home.

Perhaps she just needs to run around with some geese again - it could work wonders for the face.

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