The Hollyweird crowd likes to pretend that it’s composed of our betters, that those prattling actors and actresses know exactly how we should be living our lives and are providing good and smart life advice whenever they speak, or courageous points about the climate whenever they make a typically demented point.
Well, as if anyone still needed the mask to be thrown off completely, now it has been thanks to actually insane actress Andie MacDowell.
She, speaking during a recent interview, told the utterly ridiculous tale of when he had a total meltdown on the set, a meltdown induced by nothing more than Trump being in office and her seeing a bunch of men standing around. Yes, really.
That’s how she described the incident when speaking to Marie Claire for the interview this week, saying:
I was always really good at not letting it affect me. I let things roll off. Sometimes I watch bad behavior and feel sorry for the person who’s behaving poorly, because they have to be suffering on some level to behave like that. MeToo has been interesting—you do see the difference on set. There are a lot more women.
I had this kind of crazy experience, right after Trump got elected. I was really disturbed that nobody seemed to care about the vagina[-grabbing] comment; I had gotten really sad. I went to do a job, a day’s work, and I had my very first panic attack. I was getting ready to shoot something, and I turn around and it’s, like, a roomful of men. Like, a sea of men. It flashed on something that was personal for me. And I dropped to my knees. I left the room, and went into this fake bathroom on the set, and looked at myself in the mirror and said, “Get your shit together.” It just freaked me out, not seeing any other women. It’s not that I have anything against men. I don’t! I just don’t like big groups of them. Since then, I’ve become very conscious of looking around and finding the women on set. For comfort.
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Now let’s see what happens if someone like Chris Pratt says he’s freaked out by seeing so many women in his workplace. I have the feeling that things wouldn’t be as good for him afterward as they are for her.
Such are the wages of leftism and going along with liberalism. Having a meltdown because Trump got elected and you saw a “sea of men.”
To be fair, however, the rest of her interview with Maire Claire wasn’t as out of this world crazy. In fact, some parts were relateable even. In one part, for instance, she gave some good life advice about dealing with stressful work situations, saying:
I’ve taught them how to take care of themselves. I tried to teach them there are certain limits you can set. You’ve got to do self-care. It’s all about how you eat, protecting your sleep.
Even though she’s obviously a bit “moon touched”, as seen by the man-induced meltdown, that’s good advice, showing that even Hollyweird crazies aren’t totally gone.