You don’t expect to see a lot of naked women on ABC, but Krysten Ritter’s character in “Don’t Trust the B— In Apartment 23″ isn’t your typical ABC character. Ritter introduced the world to her new character, and her body, in the first episode of the new show by walking around her apartment naked.
Ritter’s naked body was, of course, pixelated, but that hasn’t stopped people from talking about her.
Ritter, who has previously played dark dramatic roles in shows like “Breaking Bad” and “Gravity,” takes a pleasant comedic turn in the new sitcom. Ritter plays a cynical girl who preys on optimistic characters moving to New York for the first time.
“Centers on Chloe, a New York party girl with the morals of a pirate who bullies and causes trouble for her naive small town roommate June.”
In the pilot episode, Ritter forces her new roommate into uncomfortable situations. One of which is the fact that she’s an exhibitionist.
On “The View,” Ritter said that she wasn’t actually naked during the scene.
“You know, they make you wear these boobie paste things that make you look even worse. So you feel like an alien.”
Ritter also gave a pretty good description of her new character. “I’m the devil. But like a nice, holly-go-lightly devil.”
Ritter, who's pale skin and dark hair combo is reminiscent of Rooney Mara, wore a lacy, 1950s style cocktail dress, bold red pumps, and even bolder, redder lips to the premiere on Tuesday night. Ritter's inky black hair was pulled back into a chignon.
Ritter also stopped by NBC's Today Show earlier that day in another black and red outfit. For her daytime appearance, the star chose a red frock that she paired with a black leather jacket, as seen in the Daily Mail. The star wore her glossy black hair down, revealing an edgy, angular cut. She toned down her shade of lipstick, although it was still in the red family.
On Monday night, Ritter hosted a screening of her new movie, Life Happens, which she co-wrote and stars in with Kate Bosworth and Rachel Bilson. Amy Nadine, the film's makeup artist, and Ritter dished on the film's beauty looks. However, Ritter confessed off-screen, it was all about big lashes: "If you leave the house without mascara, something bad will happen."