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Anna Kendrick's sexy texts

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Anna Kendrick's sexy texts

Anna Kendrick sends risqué text messages.

The 31-year-old actress admitted she has previously sent some racy texts to boyfriends during a game of 'Never Have I Ever' alongside Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart, and has also been known to call an ex while under the influence.

After the guests on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' were asked if they had sexted before, Anna said: "Oh, my God. I'm so glad I'm here today."

Martha also admitted she has been known to send out risqué messages much to Anna, Snoop and Ellen's surprise.

She said: "I have used technology for a lot longer than you have, Ellen."

When asked if they had "drunk dialled an ex", Anna and Ellen flipped their paddle boards to 'I Have', while Martha and the 'Drop It Like It's Hot' hitmaker insisted they hadn't done the deed.

Anna was surprised by Snoop and Martha's answer.

She said: "Oh, so that's the strong side of the couch."

The 'Trolls' star also admitted she has been in handcuffs before but wouldn't elaborate whether it was because she was arrested or because she was having some fun in the bedroom, but did say she wasn't cuffed for a movie role.

Martha asked: "Like in a movie?'"

Anna replied: "No."

Ellen then asked: "Been arrested?"

Anna replied: "That wasn't the question."

Snoop, who also admitted he'd been detained in handcuffs, suggested Anna's act may have taken place during an intimate moment.

The 45-year-old rapper - who has previously been arrested for possession of marijuana, cocaine and a firearm in 2007 - said: "Yeah, it may have been another kind of handcuffs that come with a bed. Oh, hello."

The 58-year-old comedian admitted she thought the same.

Snoop said he'd been stoned on a talk show before, lifting his paddle up as high as he could and admitted he had been on a nudist beach, as had Martha.

Speaking to Ellen and Anna, she said: "Haven't you been?"

The game ended with all three guests admitting they had used their fame to try to get out of trouble.