When you’re the youngest child—and only girl—in a family of four older brothers, there’s a nearly guaranteed probability that they’re going to torment you to some degree. Now living in New York to star in the play The Library, Chloë Grace Moretz appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Monday—wearing Chanel, no less—to explain a particularly glamorous tactic of torture once employed by her siblings.
During their interview, Jimmy displayed the below photo to Chloë, to which she responded: "My brothers used black eyeliner because they didn’t know the difference between that and an eyebrow pen or whatever. It wasn’t from Halloween or anything special like that. He [brother Trevor Duke-Moretz] would make these home movies in our backyard and make these dolly shots with four-wheelers. It was weird, and great."
The 17-year-old actress went on to say: "I"m basically their hired friend. If they don’t want me, though, I’m nowhere to be found."
Chloë Grace Moretz, speaking up for little sisters everywhere.
Watch her full interview below: