In reality, celebrities are not even close to being like us. Yes, the majority of people and those celebrated stars presumably still go through some of the same biological processes.
But just like us? Nah. We're not going to come much closer than "refreshingly familiar" here.Here are the images from Rachel McAdams' much-discussed recent interview with Bustle.
Before she plays the lead in the movie version of Are You There, God. My name is Margaret. McAdams portrays Barbara, Margaret's mother, in the film adaptation of Judy Blume's.
Coming-of-age novel. Barbara is a free-spirited art instructor who, in the actor's words, is noticeably bra-free throughout the entire picture. According to her interview with Bustle, "I'm.
Playing a kind of wild child, hippie artist mom [who] doesn't wear a bra throughout the entire film.In (some of) the pictures that go with the piece, she is wearing a bra, and fashion, baby.
The high-waisted latex briefs she is styling in, which she claimed to be wearing for this session, are also not the familiar aspect. However, I have two kids. It is crucial to convey to the outside world that this is my body.
The story says McAdams ordered the site to alter her photographs as little as possible, and she looks radiant with glowing skin and blowout-perfect hair. Her head hair: McAdams has armpit hair. McAdams sprawls on a velvet loveseat in the lead image.
The position and dark armpit hair are familiar: mom is human! The vintage corset, Giuseppe Zanotti strappy stilettos, and diamonds make the album relatable. She wears such shoes inside. On the couch. Not mine.