Allison Williams is very invested in The Bachelor, and she’s not afraid to share it with the world.
While making an appearance on Harry’s Mardi Gras Show on Tuesday (February 28), the 28-year-old Get Out star dished to Harry Connick Jr. about her obsession with the show.
“So much… When do I have time? It’s 2 hours every Monday night, I make time,” Allison expressed. “My husband is like, ‘So you’re not going to go through your mail but you are going to watch The Bachelor.’ I was like, ‘That is exactly what my priorities are. Thank you very much.’”
“First of all, they keep using characters that we know so now it’s like a soap opera. We get to trace people through years,” Allison continued. “The current Bachelor Nick, I feel like I’ve watched his little sister grow up. Does anyone else feel that way? Nick has been on the show a couple of times. Hasn’t worked out. He’s going to find love this year….He was a contestant on two Bachelorette seasons and on Paradise, I’ll come back we will talk about Paradise. We’ve known his sister since she was a little embryo and now she’s playing soccer, she’s so cute. I’m like, ‘Oh my God, I’ve watched you grow up, you’re blossoming into this beautiful woman.’ I don’t know these people.”
“I’m glad I said what I said,” Corinne told Michael Strahan about telling Nick Viall she loved him during the show. “There was a lot of intense and emotional conversations [that weren't shown],” she added about being portrayed as a more sexual contestant.
In addition, Corinne spoke about how she was portrayed as the villain on the show.
“A villain to me does things viciously to other people. I never did anything vicious to anybody,” Corinne said.
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The 34-year-old The OA star was interviewed by Malcolm Gladwell for the mag – here’s what she shared:
On developing a thick skin over critique: “I think I do definitely have a toughness. And who knows where this sh*t comes from? I mean, look, somebody you admire saying something harsh about your work hurts me the way it hurts everybody else. But, for me, it just never goes very deep. It’s like someone taking a little pin and like pricking you. For better or worse, I have pretty sophisticated armor that makes me feel like the thing I’m most interested in is trying the bold thing I believe in and that that in and of itself is worth something, even if nobody gets it in the moment.”
On her connection to science fiction: “For me, fantasy and speculative science fiction are the genres that feel closest to how I feel about being alive. Like, when I feel the most invigorated by just even a walk down the block in twilight, when the street lamps are just coming on and there’s mist and some shadowy thing in silhouette in a window, I naturally invest all of those things with deep mythology and mystery and meaning. I think I need to believe in that version of reality because I get very scared when I don’t. I feel very alone when I don’t feel that.”
On staying in the moment: “For some reason, I have a very strange conception of time. I am constantly hovering at some overview, more macro. And what I like about acting is that you have to be super, super present in the moment. That’s not something that comes to me naturally. But if you take the long view on anything, nothing can really affect you or knock you down.”
Aaron also sat down on the couch and talked to Jimmy about terrorizing New York City with googly eyes after The Path‘s season two wrap party while Keri promoted her show The Americans and talked about being on the Mickey Mouse Club with Justin Timberlake.
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Naturally, James Corden took the opportunity to spoof the whole fiasco on Monday’s (February 27) episode of The Late Late Show. The 38-year-old entertainer dressed as Emma Stone‘s La La Land character and put his very own take on her big “Audition” song.
“Our film used to be Best Picture. I remember it was Oscar night. Faye Dunaway said La La Land won. I remember our whole team jumped on the stage, leapt without looking, gave speeches, until the PricewaterhouseCoopers guys came up. They said, ‘Moonlight’s the winner, and we all lost our damn minds,” James sings. “Was this a mixup? A conspiracy? A fixup? Or was Warren Beatty just blind? Here’s to the ones who lose. God, I need so much booze.”
Watch the hilarious skit below…
‘La La Land’ Audition: James Corden’s Ode to the Oscars