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Friday
Jan252013

‘Triple Threat’ Quvenzhané Wallis Graces Cover of Entertainment Weekly

How adorable is Quvenzhané Wallis, the youngest "Best Actress" Oscar nominee in history? With tousled locks, a great big smile, and those sparkling innocent eyes, Quvenzhané is gracing the cover of Entertainment Weekly's special Oscar issue.

The suddenly famous actress who is being recognized for playing six-year-old Hushpuppy in the Benh Zeitlin directed film, “Beasts of the Southern Wild,” is adorned in a dark pant suit, white shirt and striped tie—the perfect ensemble for the pint-sized actress who comes across as a seasoned vet onscreen.

She knows she’s good too.

In an interview, Quvenzhané said she is a “triple threat,” which she then went on to explain."That means you do three things and try to do it at once. Like a 3-in-1 shampoo, conditioner and body wash," Quvenzhané tells NBC."Yup, I'm a 3-in-1. Triple threat!"

A 3-in-1 shampoo… so cute.

Watch the bubbly ball of cuteness in an NBC interview below:

The 85th Academy Awards air February 24 7e/4p on ABC.

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