Drew Barrymore, a well-known actress, and producer, has recently come to Hugh Grant’s defense. Grant has been criticized and criticized in the past, but Barrymore has stood up for him and told people what she thinks of his talent and personality.
In a recent interview, Barrymore talked about working with Grant and said how much she admires his work. Barrymore’s strong voice in Hollywood has helped bring attention to how important it is to focus on a person’s talents and contributions instead of just their mistakes or controversies from the past.
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Drew Barrymore Defends Hugh Grant
Hugh Grant was defended by Drew Barrymore on Friday amid debate about whether or not he was impolite to model Ashley Graham on the Oscars red carpet. A video of Graham interviewing Grant at Sunday’s Academy Awards event went viral earlier this week, with some people criticizing Grant’s brusque remarks and suspected eye roll.
Also, Grant was well-defended. Some people found his lack of interest in small talk to be incredibly realistic. Some others hypothesized that the response was a result of cultural differences between the US and the UK. The Washington Post posed the question, “Is Hugh Grant impolite or just British?”
Grant’s co-star in the 2007 film “Music and Lyrics,” Drew Barrymore, had her own explanation: the actor was just being his typical “grumpy” self. “This story about him and Ashley Graham on the red carpet is circulating around. On Friday’s broadcast of her “Drew Barrymore Show,” the talk show host stated, “People are like, ‘Oh, he’s such a curmudgeon, and she’s so thrown.’
“I’m like, no, that’s Hugh Grant,” she continued. You expect to get this endearing movie star, but what you get is a cranky Hugh. Then you start to fall for cranky Hugh.
The “Never Been Kissed” star brought up the red carpet commotion as she spoke about Grant’s recent criticism of Drew Barrymore’s singing voice as “horrendous.” Barrymore mocked his seeming brusqueness on her show. She remarked, “If you know Hugh, that is his way of loving you.
She seems to think much more highly of Grant than he had previously assumed, possibly cheekily, back in 2009. Made her cry,” he had stated of Barrymore when Elle magazine asked him to briefly discuss some of the celebrities he had dealt with. A gorgeous movie star face. resents me