The actress reworked into Josie Geller for her first-ever TikTok.
Drew Barrymore has formally made her TikTok debut — and her first video was completely rufus.
The actress shared her first video to the social media platform on Sunday, wherein she dressed up as “Never Been Kissed” character Josie Geller, AKA Josie Grossie. In the clip, Drew rocked her character’s metallic, pink promenade gown from the 1999 romcom, together with an identical scrunchie, facet ponytail, and naturally, braces.
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The discuss present host, 46, participated within the common TikTok pattern, “Questions I Get Asked,” which options an individual answering questions on themselves whereas doing the pattern’s hand-bumping dance to Hoàng Read’s “The Magic Bomb.” However, as a substitute of answering the questions as herself, Drew answered the questions as Josie — and it was completely hilarious.
In the primary query, Josie was requested, “Do you wear your prom dress every day?” to which she answered within the clip, “No silly! Only on special occasions.”
“What’s your favorite food?” learn the subsequent query as Josie danced. “NOT. EGGS,” learn Josie’s reply — a nod to the scene wherein Drew’s character is requested to promenade however has her gown dirty by eggs thrown at her by the favored youngsters, together with her crush.
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For the third and last query, Josie was requested, “Are you Drew Barrymore?” Her reply learn, “I’m Josie Geller, but people do say we look alike!” Check out the TikTok above!
This is not the primary time Drew has revived Josie Grossie.
Last November, the “Santa Clarita Diet” star introduced out her teenage alter-ego on her discuss present. In the enjoyable section, Drew was joined by Josie, a “future journalist,” to co-host the information along with her.
However, Josie, who wore her promenade gown, appeared to have stepped straight out of 1988 for the bit and had no data of something that had occurred since then. Check out within the clip, right here.