April 16, 2020

EP. 3 — Reese Witherspoon

Reese Witherspoon joins Jameela to talk about how instagram helped her control her own narrative, struggling with postpartum depression, the red carpet advice Meryl Streep once shared, how “funny doesn’t sag,” and building her own media company.


IWEIGH-003-20200414-ACv02-DYN.mp3   JAMEELA JAMIL [00:00:00] Hello. How are you? Do you smell? I smell. How is your personal hygiene going? I can tell you that my hands are very clean and the rest of my body and my hair are not. I’m just covered in a film of dirt and it’s a sad, it’s a sad realization when you’re in your 30s and it’s only then that you learn everything you ever said about wanting to dress up and be clean and look good. Was, you know, for yourself, not for other people. What bullshit. It was all for you guys. And I didn’t know that until now because I have left myself as the unpolished turd. But I do, I do think that I’m managing to start to fathom how long this is gonna go on now. And I’m just trying to find whatever peace I can with this and, and recognize that we have no control, and it’s okay to relinquish that control and try to step away from the news and try and step away from people who are making you fe

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