Stars, they’re identical to us. While they might get to indulge within the glitz and glam of Hollywood, even a few of our favourite celebrities aren’t spared from probably the most mundane of issues, poor eyesight included. Actress Katherine Heigl gave a relatable interview when she struggled to learn from a teleprompter throughout at present’s episode of The Drew Barrymore Show.
The Firefly Lane star, who joined Drew Barrymore and Ross Mathews on the Drew’s News desk, kicked off at present’s headlines, although warned the viewers that she didn’t deliver her glasses. We’ve all been there!
As she squinted her eyes towards the teleprompter, she slowly started to learn, “Variety studies Emily Blunt says there may be one function that you simply… can simply… flat out… What? Keep! And that’s… the quote… sturdy feminine lead.”
Well, she tried her finest.
The actress advised the desk that she wants papers at her desk instead of the teleprompter, and added that she “can’t see,” joking at her personal expense that she “nailed it.” Barrymore replied, “I had the urge to stand up in your ear.”
The speak present host went on to describe what Heigl meant to say, which is that Blunt feels “immediately bored” when a personality description says “sturdy feminine lead.” Barrymore defined, “She is aware of you’re gonna spend the entire time appearing robust and saying robust issues.”
“I believe now, not essentially in my twenties, however now I sort of need to keep away from the uptight, man-has-to-soften-her function,” she admitted. “And I did plenty of it and I loved it and it was enjoyable and we had fun however now at 44, I’m like, ‘You’re not softening something.’”
And certain sufficient, she’s been staying true to her phrase together with her present gig as Tully Hart, a fiercely formidable speak present host and journalist in Netflix’s Firefly Lane, which simply debuted its second season at present.
Speaking of the collection, Heigl says she’s “so pleased with it,” including, “I believe what I like about it’s the message, is the story.”
The Drew Barrymore Show airs on weekdays at 9:30 a.m. ET.