Heidi Montag may have found fame through becoming a reality TV villain, but model-turned-actress Brooklyn Decker swears the plastic surgery fan is really all sweetness and light.
“She’s amazingly sweet. She’s really sweet and actually played her character so well — she’s very funny, she’s surprisingly funny,” says Brooklyn, who just wrapped Just Go With It in Hawaii, in which Heidi has a cameo.
“She’s a true sweetheart, she was a really good girl on set. . . you get to see a really comedic side of her, and she’s really good at it.”
Meanwhile, tennis ace Andy Roddick‘s wife described working with Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston on the movie, like being with “family”.
“We spent breakfast, lunch and dinner together. People don’t realize the hours on set are so long — we worked 16 hours a day,” she tells Popsugar.
“So you’re with this group all the time, but we’d have group dinners and it was really nice. It was a really good family environment. We were all in Hawaii so it was sort of like movie boot camp!”
So, is she ever tempted to match her husband when it comes to tennis? “No! I stick to modeling. I let my husband stick to his craft. He’s pretty good at it, so I’ll let him be the tennis player in the family. I just stick to taking pictures . . . and getting photoshopped!”
But, marrying a professional athlete has its compensations: “I train with my husband’s trainer, and he trains athletes so he puts me through an athletic workout, which is really cool,” says Brooklyn.
“In no way shape or form could I ever keep up with a professional athlete, since I’m a model and not an athlete, but I like to pretend that I do their workout. So I do a lot of hurdles and medicine ball work, a lot of track work. It’s really stimulating. It’s really fun.”