I want that 90s Leonardo Di Caprio Romeo and Juliet vibe,’ Ruby says. (Observers have often jokingly commented on Ruby’s resemblance to Justin Bieber, too.)She is wearing a silk pyjama jacket over minuscule shorts and high-heeled, black velvet Valentino boots.
Almost every inch of the actress’s visible skin is covered in a tapestry of tattoos.
‘The Bellas are all very different in terms of size, sexuality, race and personality, and together they’re so strong, which is great because kids can look up to these women,’ she says.
The film follows the Bellas, who (with the exception of Hailee Steinfeld’s Emily) have now graduated from college, but decide to reunite one last time for a tour of Europe to entertain US troops. She never hits a dead note.’ As for her fellow Aussie co-star, whose character has rebranded herself as ‘Fat Amy Winehouse’, ‘Ah.
The 31-year-old Pitch Perfect star told The Daily Telegraph: 'It Successful career: This year Ruby added three successful films to her portfolio including, x Xx: Return of Xander Cage, John Wick: Chapter 2 and the soon to be released Pitch Perfect 3 (pictured with co-star Rebel Wilson) 'I didn't feel like I fit the mold of a girl': Meanwhile Ruby, who is dating The Veronicas singer Jess Origliasso, recently opened up about her gender fluid identity to Self magazine.(Ruby's mother Katia Langenheim pictured left)'When I was really young, my own understanding was that you had to be either a boy or a girl and I didn't feel like I fit the mold of a girl,' she told the publication.
Ruby credited iconic artists such as Annie Lennox, David Bowie and Madonna for helping her find her identity.
But it’s good to do things outside your comfort zone.’ It was also her first experience as a ‘mean girl with catty one-liners.
I was the opposite of that in school,’ says Ruby, revealing that she was severely bullied.
Ruby warns against tattoos of a romantic nature: ‘I don’t recommend it,’ she says wryly. There are probably better ways to celebrate your love.’Ruby looks tough but she is actually warm and friendly.
She came out as a lesbian at the age of 12 and is a passionate campaigner for LGBTQ rights and diversity.
Last year, her friend Taylor Swift called Ruby ‘a force of nature’ when she presented the actress with a prestigious award from Glaad (previously the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) for her work promoting ‘equality and acceptance’.
‘My mum is a strong woman who did everything she could to make sure I had food on the table,’ says Ruby, who is chatting over a veggie burger (she’s a vegan) at a hip vegetarian restaurant in Los Angeles.
It is immediately clear why the actress is Hollywood’s Woman of the Moment.