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Drew Barrymore Covers 'Allure' Magazine January 2012

Drew Barrymore Covers 'Allure' Magazine January 2012

Drew Barrymore graces the cover of the January issue of Allure magazine, on newsstands on Christmas Day!

Here’s what the 37-year-old actress had to share:

On her tumultuous teenage years: “The mistakes, the potholes, the journeys, the bad patterns – all of it is so much clearer to me now…but I still don’t totally feel like a grown-up. Maybe I never will.”

On commitment: “I will always commit. It’s like this makeup line: I can tell you every single detail about how and why we got here. I want to be that kind of mother. I’m that kind of friend. I’m that kind of producer. I do everything in this life-or-death way…The only thing I’ve tried to get better at is starting to believe maybe it’s not life or death. But the [level of] commitment hasn’t changed or wavered.”

On husband, Will Kopelman: “We have opposite experiences, but we’re not opposites. We’re both very particular and detail-oriented. We love art and music and adventures, and we laugh our asses off together. I’m a Kopelman now. I have stationery that says ‘Drew Barrymore Kopelman’. I love to sort of honor and be a part of the family business with Chanel, and then I try to do a little something funky and me. I wear a lot of Chanel now.”

For more on Drew, visit Allure.com!

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14 Comments

# 1

Nice cover,very warm

# 2

OMG, WONDERFUL!

# 3

Drew has survived a lot of ups and downs in her life. She seems to appreciate everything she has and I respect her for that.

# 4

I hate this botch

# 5

Beautiful cover!

# 6
get over it @ 12/18/2012 at 12:32 pm

She seems to think his family is royalty or something, she’s always talking about it.

# 7

She was a troubled teenager, than it lasted when she became a young woman. But finally, at some point, she grew up and realized that you can’t blame all your problems on your mommy/daddy issues, on a tough childhood. At some point you become your own person and you are responsible for your actions, not your parents who haven’t hug you enough 15 years ago. You live your own live, you have a free will – you can become anyone you want. Drew chose wisely, she grew up and had put her life back on track. You can also become a winy brat, who will blame everyone around for your problems, explaining irresponsible behavior with “surrounding yourself with bad crowd” and throw every opportunity your life gives you down the drain – I’m looking at you, Lindsay. But it’s never to late to put yourself together.

# 8

Drew is lovely.

# 9

DREW-WILL-HAPPINESS FOREVERRRRRRRRRDREWWILL !
***
217, give me 5, makes 222, THE MAGIC DREW !

I just love her

January 2012? Shouldn’t it be 2013?

All the babies under 2 years-old died in Egypt.

I loathe her. So smug and unintelligent.

British Latin American @ 12/19/2012 at 11:28 am

@get over it: You are right in away, but you have to compare him with Drew’s other husbands. She seriously upgraded when she married him.

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