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Interviews | Michelle Trachtenberg Chat
Breakfast Blunder

PictureFunniest moments, boyfriends and fashion sense

Kev S: What is your funniest moment on set?

Michelle: Actually, my funniest moment is also kind of embarrassing. During one of the earlier episodes of Season Five - I believe it was the second episode "Real Me - there is a scene when Dawn has to eat cereal in the kitchen. All I had to do was pour my cereal, take a bite, and say a line. I poured my cereal just fine, I took a bite, but actually took too much of a bite, and started choking before I could speak. I smashed my hand down on the counter, and almost knocked over the cereal bowl! Everyone laughed and it was a huge ice-breaker!

Steve: Would you mind if the writers gave Dawn a boyfriend in the future?

Michelle: (laughs) I think it's a great idea, and when you guys will tune in to Season Six, you will have to keep that idea in mind. But I'm not saying anything.

Lianne MacInnes: Is Dawn's style and fashion sense much different from yours?

Michelle: Actually, my fashion sense is different from Dawn's. I, myself, am a little bit more trendy. Dawn is a little sportier. Whenever I go into wardrobe fittings, I always have a say in what I wear, because I am the one who is going to be wearing it. I have to feel comfortable in the clothes, and I truly have to feel that it is something that Dawn would wear. So clothes are very, very important to the final outlook of the character.



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