Kelly Rohrbach Talks About Being “Ugly-On-The-Inside.”

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Kelly Rohrbach, what is your DEAL?

Rohrbach covers the August issue of British GQ to promote the Baywatch movie, and not only are the GQ photos terrible but her interview is even worse. She doesn’t show much vulnerability, and makes things seem simple (BORING). Girl, we all know you dated Leonardo DiCaprio and got alla this. You can see all of the British GQ photos here, but here are some interview “highlights” I guess:

On breaking into Hollywood: “I googled ‘top ten talent agencies.’ I just picked one, went there and got signed. I was like ‘Hey, I’d like an agent, would you like to be my agent?’ And they were like, ‘That’s not really how this works…but uh, sure.’”

On playing CJ in Baywatch: “I love unlikeable characters. I find them fascinating. The world is uncomfortable with a really-ugly-on-the-inside woman. So uncomfortable. I that that’s funny.”

On handling the press on-set: “I was like ‘God, I just wanna eat a bag of Doritos but there’s paparazzi everywhere, f*** it! It stunk because there was no privacy. My suit was that neoprene scuba gear material so it really rides up. They would use glue and tape it to my bum so it wouldn’t make a wedgie wrinkly. Everyday the paparazzi would shoot the costume designers doing the glue and there would be a picture of somebody with a brush, putting Elmer’s glue on my bum. I’m like, Guys I don’t think this is gonna get a lot of clicks. I am not famous.”

(Via British GQ)

Is CJ unlikeable? I vaguely remember Baywatch but she was the star, so I’m not sure that applies. But I bet she had a LOT of inspiration to draw from from…DATING LEO. See, it all goes back to that. Be real, Kelly.


Photos: GQ

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