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Rebel Wilson Claims Adele 'Hates' Her Due To Mistaken Identity.


Actress Rebel Wilson has revealed in her upcoming memoir, 'Rebel Rising,' that she believes singer Adele harbors negative feelings towards her due to past instances of mistaken identity. Wilson shared that there was a time when both she and Adele were larger in size, leading to confusion between the two by some individuals. Wilson speculated that Adele may hold animosity towards her for this reason, although she admitted to never directly addressing the issue with the Grammy-winning artist.

Wilson recounted several encounters with Adele at various events, claiming that Adele would allegedly avoid her by quickly turning away when approached. Wilson humorously suggested that Adele may have been wary of being compared to Wilson's character 'Fat Amy' from the 'Pitch Perfect' franchise, joking that Adele might fear her 'fatness' rubbing off on her.

In addition to her comments about Adele, Wilson also detailed an uncomfortable experience with actor Sacha Baron Cohen during the filming of 'The Brothers Grimsby.' Wilson alleged that Cohen had pressured her to perform a nude scene and later requested her to engage in inappropriate behavior, which she refused. Cohen's representative has vehemently denied Wilson's claims, stating that they are contradicted by substantial evidence.

Despite the pushback from Cohen's camp, Wilson has stood by her assertions, asserting on social media that she will not be intimidated. The controversy surrounding Wilson's memoir has generated significant attention, with fans eagerly anticipating its release.

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