London, Feb 17 (ANI): Hollywood actress Emily Blunt has revealed that due to the growing pressure on women in Hollywood to stay thin, she was often "watched like a hawk" during the filming of 'Devil Wears Prada', and she would often sneak doughnuts on the sets just to annoy the producers.
With the growing pressure on women in Hollywood to stay thin, Blunt was under constant watch on the sets of her flick 'Devil Wears Prada' in case she gorged on more than the set limit.
Annoyed with the set rules, Blunt got doughnuts on the sets just to settle the scores with the filmmakers, who used to watch everything she fed on.
"I understand why I was asked to be like that for that role, my character was surviving on cubes of cheese at one point in the movie," the Daily Express quoted Blunt as saying.
"But you need some kind of comfort when you're on a film set all day, and mine's usually food. I was being watched like a hawk, but by the end I'd be sneaking in doughnuts just to annoy the producers," Blunt added.
Blunt revealed that it's not just Hollywood, the modeling industry too is obsessed with so-called accurate faces and bodies.
"I did this photo shoot with a big name fashion photographer and he said 'Just so you know, if you don't like anything about yourself I can fix it afterwards - like that, for example' - pointing to my face," Blunt told Harper Bazaar magazine.
"I was like, 'My chin? ' 'Yes, that cleft on your chin, ' he said, to which I replied, 'I wouldn't mind keeping it, as it's part of my face, you know," Blunt added. (ANI)