Drew Barrymore is spilling her dirty little secrets! boys is like very secondary." For the final question, Andy had to ask his guest about her short marriage to Tom Green.The actress stopped by "Watch What Happens Live" on Monday night, where Andy Cohen put her in the hot seat in a game of "Plead the Fifth." The host started out strong with a question about the one movie that she starred in that "she's just not that into." After a moment of hesitation, the Hollywood veteran admitted that she wishes her movie, "Bad Girls," was "more bad." "I was like, 'Lets be like dudes, but like women, but like dudes," she said of the 1994 film that also starred Andie Mac Dowell and Dermot Mulroney. (Yes, they were actually married.) "Tom Green, I think is a very unique human being ... he would sometimes call [me] a bitch or a whore.” Andi has said that the relationship was the most “volatile and f–cked up relationship of [her] life”, and chronicles the experience in her new book, Murray has responded to Dorfman’s comments by saying that they’re “fictional”. She added on, however, that Murray could be, “jealous and emotionally abusive…Recently, the 29-year-old wrote a guest column for , in which she commented on the double standards that have come to define certain aspects of The Bachelor and Bachelorette– specifically when it comes to the fantasy suites.Dorfman wrote, “Almost every Bachelor has sex with everyone he goes into the fantasy suites with.
She told The Hollywood Reporter that the movie, about how a woman and her grown sons deal with the death of her husband, was unlike any she has done, and the exception to the general rule that there are few great roles for mature women. Very proud and excited that my film "Love After Love" will be premiering at the 2017 @tribeca Festival. I never wanted to do anything to embarrass them,” she said. The only reason I could do that is because I know that sadness.In the movie, she's sweet as can be—and she's exactly that way in real life, too.The mom of three (Justin, 28; Rainey, 25; and Sarah Margaret, 19) seems to have passed the entertaining gene onto middle daughter, Rainey, who made her acting debut playing Andie's daughter in , and is now launching a music career, writing her own country songs and getting ready for her first small concert series. Rainey: We used to have five o'clock vegetables every day. Then when dinnertime comes, they've already eaten vegetables. My sister and I danced and my mom is definitely a workout-a-holic.WD: When you were home after filming, what were some of the things you did as a family to spend time together? I love music and singing and having the chance to do that as my career is such a blessing.Andie: I tried to do things independently with each child. I'm fortunate to have parents that believe in me enough to not say, "You should just get a normal job."WD: Has she taught you any important lessons?