Sandra made an appearance on Ellen Degeneres this Monday (18) to promote her new film Minions. She talked also about Louis and the present he gave to her on Mother’s Day, a song like ‘There was a mom I love so much and Sandy was her name-o.’ You can watch the whole interview below:
Sandy was guest on Jay Leno’s farewell show, giving a very funny, emotional, and Sandy-like interview.
“You were always so welcoming and every single person on your crew was that way consistently, and I just felt special even when I felt very insecure,” Bullock told Leno. “And everyone, I think, in this room and in this country, has felt that every day that you’ve been in their homes.”
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We doubt that Ryan Reynolds was actually frightened by the sight of a naked Sandra Bullock charging at him in The Proposal, but the actress insists that she would never attempt to strip in a film for the sake of sexiness.
“There’s nothing funnier than two naked bodies slapping together,” Bullock observed on the latest episode of The Graham Norton Show, airing July 11 on BBC America (or tonight, if you get BBC One).
“There’s nothing sexy about it at all—it’s funny. It’s not like your hug,” the ever-candid actress added, turning to fellow guest Nick Frost (who is rather cuddly). “It’s not intimate.”
But Bullock looked so great in The Proposal, Norton said—though he did admit that he was paying more attention to her costar’s naked body at the time.
“No, I don’t do naked for sexy,” the actress insisted. “Naked only works for me in the funny.”