The actress stopped by "Watch What Happens Live" on Monday night, where Andy Cohen put her in the hot seat in a game of "Plead the Fifth." The host started out strong with a question about the one movie that she starred in that "she's just not that into." After a moment of hesitation, the Hollywood veteran admitted that she wishes her movie, "Bad Girls," was "more bad." "I was like, 'Lets be like dudes, but like women, but like dudes," she said of the 1994 film that also starred Andie Mac Dowell and Dermot Mulroney. (Yes, they were actually married.) "Tom Green, I think is a very unique human being ...
Cohen also wanted Drew to spill the tea on her dating life.
, you know that Kirby was completely obsessed with Andie Mac Dowell's character, Dale.
In the movie, she's sweet as can be—and she's exactly that way in real life, too.
But when India (India de Beaufort) catches a whiff of Gray’s humiliation, she’s back to her old life-ruining ways.
Andie Mac Dowell has revealed she ignored potential roles as a young actress because she was “afraid to be provocative” after growing up in a culture “where to be sexual was dirty.”The US actress, 57, best known for her role in Richard Curtis’s .
She told ES magazine: "We didn't grow up watching her movies.
It's not possible to get through life without watching a few date movies.
She's been up, she's been down, she's laughed, she's cried, and she believes that true love is possible.
Mac Dowell was raised in a small town in South Carolina and started out as a model before branching into acting with a number of critically acclaimed roles.
Her best received – and the one she remains proudest of – was Steven Soderbergh’s in which she played a repressed housewife.
These films deliver all the agony and ecstasy of a passionate relationship, and by the end, when the lovers kiss and the credits roll, the person beside you on the couch has been put through the wringer.
Love is in the air, but needs a little help to get going and Jane is determined to help her friends out.