‘I pushed the boundaries too much’


As Drew Barrymore prepares to start her own talk show, she is featuring some of her own headline-making productions as a guest on the late-night circuit – such as the moment of 1995 when she was on David Letterman’s desk Hopped on and took off his top in honor. Of his birthday

“I think if there’s one thing I’ve learned very According to a new interview, Barrymore now says the infamous clip about the infamous clip, people have longevity in front of them CBS Sunday Morning. “TMI. And I know what that line is, and it’s a feeling. “

Now a 45-year-old mother of two, who has started her own production company, in addition to a beauty line and other businesses, Barrymore is a far cry from the former child star and teen tabloid favorite, who is on rehab at the age of 13 She had gone. Famous Acting Dynasty Barrymore’s, The ET: Extra Terrestrial The actress successfully petitioned her parents to be emancipated as a teenager, and in the 1991 autobiography documented her heavy celebrations and alcohol and drug use. Little girl lost.

“I see someone who knew I was probably all that,” she says of pushing for liberation. “So, it was like, you figure it out or, you know, you’re about to go the way of the cliché, as they say.”

Regarding those days, Barrymore says, “I crossed different boundaries very many times in my life. And I’m so lucky I know it. I tested, I pushed, maybe too much time.”

But she looks for silver linings, exiting those experiences, saying, “I tried to fulfill that blessing with at least some learning.”

Drew Barrymore opened up about his young youth for an interview CBS Sunday Morning. (Photo: Paul Archuleta / FilmMagic)

Her own rocky childhood is also influenced by how she raises her two daughters, 7-year-old Olive and 6-year-old Frankie; Her father is ex-husband Will Kopelman, from whom she separated in 2016.

Barrymore says, “I want to know about you, you know there are grounds for suitability and decorum.” “And I don’t lie to my children. I was like, I had to find my way here. So, yes, I have lived a lot of different lives, and that’s what is important to me now. But. My children have given me their Motivated to be the best person I have ever been in life, and I thank him every single day for that. “

With just one day before moving on to a new career in daytime TV – during an epidemic, no less – the budding talk show host says she makes the most of the second opportunities she has received.

“I too went off my career, like, 13,” she notes. “I mean, if he doesn’t give you some perspective and gratitude for everything, then nothing will happen. I’m like, I am working!! This is amazing !!

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