Emily Blunt has topped the list of “Hollywood’s Top 10 Most Foul-Mouthed Actresses” in what is likely to be one of the most legendary moments of her career.
Buzz Bingo conducted a survey that looked at over 3,500 film screenplays to see which actors and actresses swore the most in their films. And, believe it or not, Emily Blunt is at the top of the list!
Her performance in Girl on the Train pushed her to the top, as she swore 33 times throughout the 112-minute film. In that film, she averaged 3-4 swear words every minute. Jennifer Lawrence came in second with 75 curse words. Leslie Mann came in third with a score of 70.
Frances McDormand, 68, Winona Ryder, 66, Julie Delpy, 66, Mila Kunis, 65, Kristen Wiig, 65, Jennifer Lopez, 63, and Bel Powley, 62, were among the other actresses on the list.
Emily Blunt Says Cooking This Meal Led to John Krasinski Proposing
The saying goes that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, and this couldn’t be more accurate in the case of Emily Blunt and John Krasinski.
During the latest episode of iHeartMedia’s River Cafe Table 4 podcast, the Devil Wears Prada actress made the delightful—and delicious—revelation. Although Emily mentioned that chicken noodle soup was one of the first dishes she prepared for her now-11-year husband, she believes it was the roast chicken dish that had him down on one knee in no time.
“I guess I just made something that I knew he would love,” she said. “A roast chicken, who doesn’t love roast chicken? The roast chicken I love is Ina Garten’s roast chicken. It’s called her ‘Engagement Chicken’ because I think when people make it for people they get engaged or something.”
Emily generously detailed the necessary components and a quick description of how to prepare the magical dish before you start wondering what sort of wizardry goes into preparing this chicken.
“Lemon, garlic, onions up the chicken, thyme, salt and pepper, all that. You scatter onions around the chicken, but you pack them in really tight into the tray. And then you roast them really high [for] about an hour and 20 minutes and they’re done and they’re perfect,” Blunt continued. “When you take the chickens out you then kind of sauté in some wine and some butter into that oniony, garlicy mixture. Oh my God, it’s divine. It’s really sticky and yummy.”
After Krasinski tried the dish, Blunt quipped, “That’s it! That’s all it took!” for him to pop the question.
Though the “Quiet Place” actress did not specify the date of the dinner party, she and Krasinski married in 2010. Hazel, 7, and Violet, 5, are the couple’s two kids.
John revealed during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show that it was love at first sight (for him, anyway).
He said, “I met her and I was so nervous. I was like, ‘Oh god, I think I’m going to fall in love with her.’ As I shook her hand I went, ‘I like you.'”