Bridesmaids’s Weird Roommates Live Out Onscreen Plot

The eerie, uncannily similar-looking roommates of Kristen Wiig’s Bridesmaids character–who torment her with whinging Cockney accents and showing off infected tattoos–have made life imitate art. Rebel Wilson, who received one of the biggest career bumps from the film, recently announced she’d moved in with Matt Lucas, who played her brother.

Ms. Wilson, who stars in the forthcoming Bachelorette, told Conan O’Brien that she and her on-and-offscreen roommate Mr. Lucas had received complaints from neighbors for their loud showtune singing and all-night hot tub splashing. Per Ms. Wilson, the note read: “I can hear everything you say–even the British accents. If you continue to make noise past 10 p.m., I will call the cops. We have rules here in West Hollywood. Seriously.”

What else about the characters played by the cast of Bridesmaids could be surprisingly on-point? Are we soon to hear that Rose Byrne is cold and controlling in real life, or that Maya Rudolph is weirdly silent and doesn’t do as much as her talent would imply?

Article continues below
More from Politics
WASHINGTON, DC - APRIL 21:  Rep. Chris Collins (R-NY) talks to reporters following a meeting with fellow members of Congress and representatives from the Donald Trump presidential campaign at the National Republican Club of Capitol Hill April 21, 2016 in Washington, DC. The first member of Congress to endorse Trump, Collins said it is 'all but inevitable' that the real estate billionaire will get the 1237 delegates necessary to win the Republican presidential nomination during the first round of balloting at this summer's GOP convention in Cleveland.  (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
Trump’s Congressional Liaison Joins Dem Effort to Get Fed Repayment for NYPD Security