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Cate Blanchett sprawls across desk while giving answers to The Colbert Questionert on CBS talk show

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Cate Blanchett sprawled across the desk on Tuesday's episode of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert while giving answers to The Colbert Questionert.'It's really hard to get to know someone in the confines in one of these interviews,' host Stephen, 58, said after welcoming the Australian actress, 53, to his CBS show.Stephen told Oscar-winner Cate that he prepared a questionnaire, a series of 15 questions, that had been 'ergonomically designed' to find out who she really is.

Fifteen questions: Cate Blanchett sprawled across the desk on Tuesday's episode of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert while giving answers to The Colbert QuestionertHe asked her if she had the courage to face The Colbert Questionert that other celebrities have answered on the talk show and Cate agreed.'Can I lie down?,' Cate asked. 'You can do anything...', Stephen answered as he burst into laughter as Cate reclined on his desk.The Colbert Questionert consists of the same 15 questions with the first being, 'What is the best sandwich?'.

Oscar winner: 'Can I lie down?,' Cate asked before she reclined on Stephen's desk to answer his questions Same questions: The Colbert Questionert consists of the same 15 questions for celebrities Cracking up: 'You can do anything...', Stephen answered as he burst into laughter as Cate reclined on his desk'Peanut butter and jelly,' Cate answered.Stephen asked her what was one thing she owned that she should really throw out.'Underpants that my mother made me when I was in high school,' Cate said. 'I'm not wearing them right now!' Fun questions: Stephen asked her what was one thing she owned that she should really throw outHe asked her what was the scariest animal.'A possum,' Cate said.

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