Given the Choice Between Singing and Beer, Anna Kendrick Chooses Beer, Duh

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Given the Choice Between Singing and Beer, Anna Kendrick Chooses Beer, Duh

By Vivian Kane | Celebrities Are Better than You | February 27, 2014 | Comments ()


Anna Kendrick has been singing her tiny heart out lately. She spent last year working on two different musicals, Into the Woods and The Last Five Years. Add to that the upcoming Pitch Perfect 2, and Kendrick is donezo.

“I never want to sing again, honestly. It’s hard as f-ck. The Pitch Perfect [sequel] is going to be fine, ten girls have to be able to sing the songs so it’s going to be fine, but doing The Last Five Years and then Into the Woods straight away, I was like, I don’t want to have to think about my voice so much. I want to be able to drink beer whenever I want.”

Plus, I think once you’ve done a tribute to Shirley MacLaine in front of the President, no one would blame you for calling it quits.

Someone get that girl a beer.

Via The Wrap.

Vivian Kane would also choose the beer. You know, if it were between that and her nonexistent singing career. Definitely the beer.

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