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Tuesday 2 September 2014

Aubrey Plaza: I wish I was glam

Aubrey Plaza

Aubrey Plaza dresses casually but would still like to be known as someone who lives in heels.

The Parks and Recreation actress stars in upcoming film The To Do List, alongside Rachel Bilson.

Aubrey appears in a racy photo shoot for the August edition of US GQ magazine. Her natural style is more casual than it is typical Hollywood glam, as seen by her choice of motorcycle helmet and hoodie for the interview.

"Aubrey Plaza arrived in a stretch limousine and a Zac Posen, um, shift dress. And an effortless... um… and she looked like she was born to wear high heels," Aubrey suggested about how the magazine should introduce her instead.

The stunning brunette appears for the accompanying photo shoot looking sultry in a selection of swimwear. She sports a coloured bikini by Missoni, a bodysuit by Stella McCartney and blouse by A.P.C.

In another image Aubrey wears a hoodie and heels by Louis Vuitton as she poses sexily for the camera.

Aubrey denied she has always had A-list good looks. She joked that her year book from school is filled with insults made by her peers about her appearance.

"At high school I was a type-A loser. [In my year book] I had a lot of 'figure out how to dress yourself' or 'figure out how to make a better ponytail'," she deadpanned.

The actress has starred in films such as Scott Pilgrim vs. the World and Funny People where she plays humorous characters.

Aubrey finished by revealing which costume she'd most like to slip into for her next role.

"I want to be Catwoman," she smiled. "I want my shot at Catwoman, and I want it soon."

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