Fans are reminded that Rain is adorable by Drew Barrymore.
Drew Barrymore Show’ host uploaded a clip of himself outside laughing in the rain in a video released on Sunday.
The 47-year-old actress said, “Anytime I can walk in the rain… Don’t miss your chance!” she rejoiced.
And the Internet alone is not enough. Her posts on Instagram got close to half a million likes, and on TikTok, over 2 million likes.
Opinions were generally favorable, but others rebuked the actress for bragging about her wealth and status.
It seems fantastic that you don’t have to worry about money. Tweeted @vanthefirst on Twitter.
Others, however, supported Barrymore by reminding followers of the difficulties the young actress faced.
Nla jm wrote: “People who are harsh on this clearly forget how much Drew Barrymore has gone through as a child star.” “I smile every time I think about how fun she is in her life.”
Another patron recalled childhood memories of playing outside in the rain. “When I saw this earlier today, I had the impression I was seeing young Drew playing in the rain as an adult, who had never had the chance to experience a typical childhood. I am very happy with her.”
When she was 7 years old, Barrymore became famous for her role in “ET Extra-Terrestrial.” Later, she battled alcohol and drug addiction and started treatment at age 12 and relapsed at age 13.
Is Drew Barrymore the only childhood star turned out to be normal? she’s so awesome! pic.twitter.com/l1GzJlydQx
— Justin Emily Madison (@JEM_Sessionz) June 26, 2018
Drew Barrymore Childhood and Family Facts
Barrymore spoke about the parenting difficulties of her abusive alcoholic father, actor John Drew Barrymore, and her mother. When she was nine, her parents separated.
In a 2015 interview with The Guardian, Barrymore revealed in an interview with The Guardian that at the age of 14, he dreamed of living a happy life at 40, despite being affected so much negatively.
“I was afraid to go to a place no one knew. “Honestly, I thought I was going to die at 25,” Barrymore said. But she felt there should always be something good, even when things were bad. “I never went completely into darkness. I could do a lot of things that could push me beyond my limits, but I just found out I didn’t.
If Drew Barrymore wasn’t a ’90s hot-blooded teen, are you human too? pic.twitter.com/lcrayUa4QM
— Pisces Water Witch💜 (@mercury_kth) February 24, 2019
Barrymore has built a lucrative career in film, appearing in titles such as “Scream”, “50 First Dates” and “Charlie’s Angels”. In 2020, she debuted her chat program. She and her ex-husband Will Kopelman have two daughters. Olive (9 years old) and Frankie (8 years old).