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Earlier this week, actress Amanda Seyfried announced that she and fiancé Thomas Sadoski are expecting their first child at a press event for the new Givenchy fragrance Live Irrésistible Délicieuse. The scent is sweet, sophisticated and complicated, much like Seyfried, who is the face of the perfume.

Now that you’re pregnant, any cravings?
Oh yeah. I crave everything that’s made of flour, butter and sugar. Or not even sugar. Just flour and butter. You know what? Not even flour. Just butter. A stick of butter. Butter now. I’m so glad I’m not in Paris right now. It’s actually very unhealthy, the amount of butter they consume.
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Source: PageSix

Amanda Seyfried knew her senses would be heightened during her pregnancy, but she didn’t realize she’d be able to smell household electronics.

“I swear to God I can smell the TV,” the actress recently told Refinery 29. “There’s this static-y, metal-y scent. Do you know what I’m talking about?”

Seyfried, 30, is expecting her first child with fiancé Thomas Sadoski. The actress debuted her growing baby bump Tuesday at Givenchy’s press launch for their new fragrance, Live Irrésistible, which Seyfried is the face of.

“It smells like a cake,” Seyfried explained. “Only a really chic, fancy one.”

“There’s something comforting and cozy about [the smell of] something baking or something sugary,” she shared.

“That’s why I love those Yankee candles, [in] buttercream frosting or angel food cake. I mean, who doesn’t put a vanilla-scented candle out in their kitchen? [Those scents] relate to the child in me, which will live on forever. That’s also probably the pregnancy talking; I’ll blame it on that.”

admin • October 10,2016 • 0 Comments

Amanda is a new cover of Allure Magazine in November! She’s absolutely gorgeous!

Read here a part of this amazing interview!

On my way to interview Amanda Seyfried, two hours north of Manhattan and two worlds away, there’s a quiet hamlet in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains called Stone Ridge. The names of the country roads—Sawkill, Cottekill, Shivertown—seem to be lifted right out of a Washington Irving story. In fact, the writer’s most famous character, Rip Van Winkle, set off on his mysterious day trip not far from this spot. When you hear thunder in the distance, it’s hard not to think of it being, as Irving imagined, made by the ghosts of Henry Hudson and his loyal men, those poor lost souls playing ninepins in the mountains. M. Night Shyamalan would be comfortable here; it’s a landscape of supernatural legends.

Today, the deep green hills and sleepy hollows are dotted with aboveground pools, tractor-tire flower planters, whirligigs, and wind chimes. And everywhere you look—along the roadsides, in the pastures and abandoned lots—you see acres of the wildflower Queen Anne’s lace, its slender stalks capped with whorls of antique white and a tiny red dot in the middle, where, the story goes, a needle pricked Her Royal Highness at her sewing table. Listed as a “noxious weed” by the United States Department of Agriculture, it is, to many eyes, including my own, an all-American beauty: deceptively hardy, slightly wild, homespun. Lovely, but the opposite of exotic.

This is one of the places that the actress Amanda Seyfried calls home. We’re meeting at a no-frills roadside cafe? filled with boisterous local folks enjoying the lunchtime rush. A table on the porch outside is a bit more private and quiet, though the rural peace and birdsong are regularly overwhelmed by the roar of big rigs, tanker trucks, and all manner of farm equipment thundering over Route 209 and down the valley. Seyfried drives up on the dot in a black Toyota SUV. She’s wearing denim shorts, Birkenstocks, and a black T-shirt that says “Wakeman Basketball.” Lovely, but the opposite of exotic.

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Source: Allure

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admin • May 5,2015 • 0 Comments

As Ted 2 hits the big screen, Amanda Seyfried gears up for her stage debut in a sizzling two-hander from Neil LaBute.

Amanda Seyfried is a serious hugger. Even in our newly hug-happy world, one in which political rivals routinely embrace one another like sorority sisters at a reunion, Seyfried’s capacity for the deep hug stands out. For example, one rainy Friday morning in early April, as I arrive in the rehearsal room at Second Stage Theatre at Forty-third Street and Eighth Avenue, Seyfried, wearing black jeans and a hoodie, leaps out of her folding metal chair and wraps her whole tiny little self around me, hanging on for a bit longer than customary. Granted, she has been hugging me hello and goodbye over the past several weeks that we’ve been meeting, but there is something extra-intense about this hug that seems to say, Oh, thank God. Something familiar.

It’s the third day of rehearsals for The Way We Get By, a new Neil LaBute play directed by Leigh Silverman that goes into previews in less than a month. Though Seyfried, who turns 30 later this year, has been working in TV and film since she was a teenager, this is her first play. And while it may sound like business as usual, yet another Hollywood actress out to prove she’s serious, it’s a very big deal for Seyfried because the thought of getting up in front of any audience has always been paralyzing. A few years ago, she famously downed a couple of shots of Jameson to calm her nerves before going on Letterman and appeared drunk on TV. “It made it fun for me,” she says, “but then I watched it and was like ‘That is not what I want to promote about myself.’ ” Soon after, she started seeing a shrink to help get over her debilitating fear. “I have a lot of anxiety that I’ve been struggling with my whole life,” she says. “So I have been working through it. I’m terrified, but this is exactly what I wanted.”

The fact that it’s Off-Broadway, and the character is a beautiful 29-year-old, certainly doesn’t hurt. “She’s made a really smart choice,” says LaBute, “She didn’t say, ‘Yeah, I think the first thing I’ll do is Cordelia in King Lear in Central Park.’

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admin • May 5,2014 • 1 Comment on Mail Online Interview

Amanda Seyfried, Charlize Theron and Seth MacFarlane did an interview for Mail Online for ‘A Million Ways to Die in the West.’

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