AnnaSophia Robb Is Besties With Which Hunger Games Star?
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AnnaSophia Robb Is Besties With Which Hunger Games Star?

These days there’s nothing we love more than a surprising bestie relationship coming to the surface. We know that the A-list celebs are picky about who they hang out with when they have some free time, so finding out who their best friends are helps us picture how the Hollywood elite spend their spare moments.

Some of our favorite besties are a part of the blockbuster The Hunger Games franchise, with Jennifer Lawrence proving that there is at least one perfect human being walking around out there, and her guy pals Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth are equally adorable when they hang out with each other.

But now we’ve hit the motherload and discovered that one of these three talented thespians is surprisingly besties with AnnaSophia Robb, who plays a young Carrie Bradshaw on The Carrie Diaries. During the Season 2 finale of the Sex and the City prequel series, Wetpaint asked Viggle users to guess which Hunger Games star AnnaSophia considers a close friend.

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45 percent of Viggle users thought J-Law was the correct answer, though we’re sad to report that while she’s friends with many other hip, young actors, we can’t say for sure about AnnaSophia. A measly 14 percent of Viggle users incorrectly guessed Liam, which means 41 percent of Viggle users correctly guessed that AnnaSophia and Josh are surprising besties!

Just FYI, we fully support this friendship.

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Carson Blackwelder is an Associate Editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow him on Twitter and Google+!

02.7.2014 / 12:00 AM EDT by Carson Blackwelder
Related: Viggle, Celebrity, Movies, The Carrie Diaries, The Hunger Games, TV

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