'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon': Rebel Wilson's 'Super Fun Night' is the 'anti-Sex and the City'

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"Super Fun Night" star Rebel Wilson stopped by "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" Tuesday (Oct. 1), where she starts the interview with a big announcement, after host Jimmy Fallon busts out some magazine covers of Wilson.

"I'd like to announce my retirement from modeling," says Wilson. "Because I'd like to concentrate more on my acting career. I'm just, like, sick of being vacuous and all the dieting."

Wilson also gives a shout-out to her mom, who is there with her, but whom she says is not a great entourage member because sometimes a really creepy guy will come up asking for a photo and her mom will be like, "Sure! Rebel c'mon, put your arm around him."

She also talks about how rebellious she was during her time at an all-girls boarding school.

"We would have bars on our windows, big security system, but I was the mastermind behind the breakouts. I was like the Walter White of my boarding school. I would mastermind us sneaking out and going to the boys' school next door."

She also teases "Super Fun Night," which she says is "kind of the anti-'Sex and the City.'"

"When these girls talk about eating late at night, they don't mean [ mimes oral sex]." teases Wilson.

"Super Fun Night" premieres Wednesday, Oct. 2 at 9:30 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.

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