During the interview, host Jonathan Ross complimented Blunt on her dress and mentioned that it seemed a bit short. Blunt responded by saying that she doesn’t worry about dresses being too short. She then revealed that she recently flew in from Los Angeles to be on the show and that it was her birthday during the week.

The conversation then turned to “The Devil Wears Prada,” where Blunt played the role of an assistant to a magazine editor, similar to Anna Wintour of Vogue. Blunt shared that she didn’t actually hang out at the magazine for research, but she attended a fashion event called the Met Ball. It was at this event that she unexpectedly met Anna Wintour and had an interesting interaction with her. Blunt described how she was nervous to meet Wintour, as she had heard that Wintour was upset about the film being made. When they finally met, Wintour gave Blunt a rather stiff handshake, leaving her feeling a bit awkward.

Blunt also discussed the experience of making “The Devil Wears Prada,” describing the fashion world as both awful and enticing. She explained that it was a competitive and incestuous industry, but at the same time, if you love clothes and fashion, it was a place you would want to be.

Moving on to her new film, “Young Victoria,” Blunt talked about her role as Queen Victoria and how she fell in love with the character. Blunt revealed that she was initially nervous about carrying the film as the lead, but she was drawn to the story and the remarkable life of Queen Victoria. She shared some interesting facts about Queen Victoria’s childhood, including how she had a lonely and secluded upbringing.

Blunt also mentioned her co-stars in her upcoming film, “The Wolfman,” including Bono and Anthony Hopkins. She praised Hopkins for being a dream to work with and described him as an amazing mimic. Blunt even convinced Hopkins to do a brief impersonation of his famous character Hannibal Lecter, though she admitted it was quite terrifying.

Overall, Blunt’s appearance on “Friday Night With Jonathan Ross” provided an entertaining and lively discussion about her experiences in the entertainment industry, from meeting Anna Wintour to working with renowned actors like Anthony Hopkins. It’s clear that Blunt has had some fascinating encounters and continues to make a mark in the world of film and fashion.