Pitch Perfect star Anna Kendrick has said she would never be able to be a ‘perfect’ celebrity like Taylor Swift. Kendrick, who is known for having one of the funniest and most relatable celeb twitter accounts, says she is just too snarky and cynical even when it comes to her fans, but luckily that’s what they expect.

Anna KendrickAnna Kendrick knows she’s no Taylor Swift.

"I could play Madame Bovary and I'd still end up being dry and cynical," Kendrick told Net-A-Porter's The Edit. "There are times where someone will be like, 'Do that thing! You know, do your thing!' I get mildly annoyed by that. But on a greater scale, I'm lucky that's [my] reputation; when I'm snarky with people, they know that's just how I communicate.”

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"I'd be terrible at being like Taylor Swift, the perfect Miss America version of interacting with fans and making sure they have a good experience," she added. "I mean, I don't want people to meet me and have it f--k up their day, but I'm glad I can say something weird to them and they know that's just me."

Later this year Kendrick will release her first book, titled Scrappy Little Nobody. The book will be a collection of essays by the actress, telling anecdotes from her life, beginning with her early years in New England to becoming a movie star.

When the book was first announced Kendrick said: “I’m excited to publish my first book and because I get uncomfortable when people have high expectations, I’d like to use this opportunity to showcase my ineptitude, pettiness, and the frequency with which I embarrass myself.”

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“And while many of my female inspirations who have become authors are incredibly well-educated and accomplished comedy writers, I’m very, very funny on Twitter, according to BuzzFeed and my mom, so I feel like this is a great idea. Quick question: are run-on sentences still frowned upon? Wait, is ending a sentence with a preposition still frowned upon? I mean, upon frowned? Dammit!”