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Monday 22 December 2014

Kendrick: Watch it Pharrell

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Anna Kendrick
56th Annual Grammy Awards, Arrivals, Los Angeles, America - 26 Jan 2014
Anna Kendrick

Anna Kendrick has joked she wants to "confront" Pharrell Williams for outshining her Grammys dress.

The Pitch Perfect star turned heads with her Azzaro dress at the annual music awards, thanks to the revealing cut-out design at the front.

Pharrell was the fashion star of the show though with his Vivienne Westwood hat, which is still the talk of the Hollywood style scene now.

Both stars have been confirmed to appear on Saturday Night Live in April and Anna has joked it's the perfect chance to question the Happy singer about outdoing her.

"@nbcsnl @Pharrell I'm gonna get the chance to confront Pharrell about his "big hat" outshining my "cleavage window" dress. #GrammysRegrets (sic)" the 28-year-old quipped on Twitter.

It's not the first time Anna has felt she's suffered a fashion mishap at a big event.

The star wore a black J. Mendel dress at the Oscars this year but joked she should have picked a different gown.

"Weird that no one gave me the memo about wearing a white sparkly dress... Can I not sit at the cool kids table? #Oscars (sic)," she tweeted.

The actress is gearing up to appear in Pitch Perfect 2 alongside Rebel Wilson.

Her star is on the rise, but it seems the pretty Cups singer is finding it hard to deal with the attention she's attracting.

"Hey fellow humans, when u see me out picking up prescriptions and want to get a photo, can u be super cool and just not do that? Thank you!!" she recently tweeted.

"Oh, "that's the price of fame" is it? I just wanna be able to pick up my Valtrex without the world knowing about it! Wait. Sh*t. (sic)"

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