Rebel Wilson Moves in With Bridesmaids Costar Matt Lucas

Celebrity News Aug. 31, 2012 AT 9:20AM
Rebel Wilson and Matt Lucas backstage at Variety's Power of Comedy on December 4, 2010 in Los Angeles, California. Rebel Wilson and Matt Lucas backstage at Variety's Power of Comedy on December 4, 2010 in Los Angeles, California. Credit: John Shearer/WireImage.com

Rebel Wilson and Matt Lucas haven't made the best first impression with their new neighbors. The actors, who played Kristen Wiig's less-than-friendly sibling roommates in the 2011 smash comedy Bridesmaids, recently decided to get a place together in West Hollywood.

"We played roommates so well in Bridesmaids we thought we'd do it for real," Wilson, 28, explained on TBS' Conan August 29. "Except instead of annoying Kristen Wiig, we're now annoying all the neighbors nearby."

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In fact, the two received a complaint in the mail from a neighboring tenant. "We got a letter in the mailbox, which I've brought in today," Wilson announced. "It was a little bit disturbing because it's anonymous."

Wilson then read the letter aloud in a creepy voice because it's "what I think the person sounds like."

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"'Dear Neighbor, I am living somewhere behind you. I am glad you are enjoying  your new pool and hot tub, but I am trying to sleep. I can hear everything you say -- even the British accents. If you continue to make noise past 10 p.m., I will call the cops. We have rules here in West Hollywood. Seriously," the letter read. "And stop singing show tunes from Annie. Both of you are way too old to ever be cast as child orphans. The sun will come out tomorrow? Yeah, and so will the cops! Welcome to the neighborhood.'"

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Wilson -- who stars in the upcoming comedies Bachelorette and Pitch Perfect -- then admitted she "didn't find the mailbox key for like a week, so that letter was sitting in our mailbox."

"So have you been singing show tunes the whole time?" host Conan O'Brien, 49, asked.

"Yeah," Wilson laughed. "At least we mix it up a bit. We've been doing Oklahoma, Little Shop of Horrors, Fiddler on the Roof. I don't know. The neighbors do not enjoy us."

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