Now, Drew hopes the moment will be recreated for her, by her friends, when she dies. “I will say this, I hope my friends do the same for me. That is the kind of spirit I can get behind.
Just prop the old bag up, let’s have a few last rounds,” she said in the interview.
“I think death comes with so much morose sadness and I understand that, but if it’s okay, just for me, if everybody could be really happy and celebratory and have a party, that would be my preference,” Drew continued.
Drew Barrymore has just confirmed a wild rumour about her grandfather, John Barrymore. In an interview on Hot Ones, Drew confirmed that her grandfather’s body was stolen from a morgue after his death in the 1940s by his friends, W.C. Fields, Errol Flynn and Sadakichi Hartmann for the last big night out OUT.
We wonder who the friends may be? Will this be the Charlie’s Angels we definitely didn’t see coming with Cameron Diaz and Lucy Lui back together? I am sure they have the cat suits ready to go!
Well, before her death, Drew Barrymore is about to be reborn as a TV presenter with her very own talk show on CBS. For the promo of the talk show Drew even interviewed her seven-year-old self using archival footage, and the actress has said she wanted to do the talk show after learning so much from being interviewed personally.
Drew has also launched a new digital series in the lead-up to the show’s premiere called, The Making of the Drew Barrymore Show which sees the actress in conversation with fellow talk-show hosts discussing, The Art of the Interview.
Drew Barrymore’s zero filter, BS free chat is going to make for one seriously great talk show.