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Amanda Seyfried Says Being Pregnant Means She Can Smell The TV Now

Uh, does someone have Professor Xavier’s phone number? Because I think I have your newest X-Men addition.

As we all know, Amanda Seyfried and her fiancé Thomas Sadoski are going to have a child together, their first.

If you’re wondering how the pregnancy has affected her, look no further than her nose. No, seriously, having a bun in the oven means she can smell things that she couldn’t smell before.

If you’re sipping coffee right about now, put that java down. I have something potentially alarming to tell you: Amanda Seyfried can smell electricity.

DAMN IT. WHAT DID I TELL YOU?

In a recent interview with Refinery29, Amanda talked about her heightened sense of smell, saying,

I swear to god I can smell the TV. There’s this static-y, metal-y scent. Do you know what I’m talking about?

I mean, I can smell the TV, but that’s because there’s a family of rats living inside that I’m convinced make the whole damn thing work.

Normally, I’d say that the ability to smell your TV is not a natural one.

Whoa, easy, everyone! Pregnancy heightens all your senses. It’s basically the equivalent to being bitten by a radioactive spider and turning into Spider-Man…

A Spider-Man with a little Spider-Baby inside of you. LET THE FANFIC BEGIN!

Amanda also talked about Givenchy’s Live Irrésistible fragrance — she attended a Givenchy event earlier this week — and how it reminded her of some of her favorite smells, saying,

There’s something comforting and cozy about [the smell of] something baking or something sugary. 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.

In case you wondering, there are certainly aromas that Amanda does not like to have wafted into her nostrils. She continued,

The only thing I can’t tolerate is body odor. Normally, it’s fine — I know it’ll pass or I can leave the room — but I cannot tolerate it anymore. I have a hard time with that.

Smelling like a TV? Fine. Smelling like a sweaty monster? NOT COOL.

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Tim McGovern

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Raised in Long Island, went to school in Chicago, living in Los Angeles. Yes, I'm slowly sinking into the Pacific Ocean.
Raised in Long Island, went to school in Chicago, living in Los Angeles. Yes, I'm slowly sinking into the Pacific Ocean.

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