Drew Barrymore sealed her love for new husband Will Kopelman with a kiss at their wedding earlier this month, but the first guy she ever locked lips with – Breckin Meyer – stopped by Access Hollywood Live on Monday, where he chatted about their smooch.
“All I know is that it is true that is in her book,” the shy “Franklin & Bash” star told Kit Hoover and guest co-host Chris Harrison when asked about the kiss, which the actress wrote about in her autobiography “Little Lost Girl.”
“Hypothetically what happened was when I was 11,” the 38-year-old actor explained.
Apparently Drew was impressed with Breckin’s kissing skills enough to call in a favor for him.
“Drew was a friend when I was young,” he continued. “And she actually got me an audition with agent, which I owe all my work to.”
Adding with a laugh, “If you do me a favor, I’ll make out with you.”
“Franklin & Bash” airs Tuesdays on TNT at 10/9c.
Dear friends, close family and a flower-embroidered Chanel gown designed by Karl Lagerfeld himself – no wonder Drew Barrymore is a beaming bride.
“The day was perfect,” Barrymore, 37, told PEOPLE the day after tying the knot with art consultant Will Kopelman. “Everyone we love and care about was there. It was as fun and meaningful as we ever could have hoped.”
For the June 2 ceremony at her $5.7 million Montecito, Calif., home, the expectant actress and Kopelman “just wanted a backyard wedding,” says event planner Yifat Oren.
Oren and co-event planner Stefanie Cove delivered a “vintage romantic”-themed fete, creating what Oren called an “ethereal” feel for the wedding party and guests Reese Witherspoon, Cameron Diaz, Jimmy Fallon and Busy Philipps.
The decorations for the traditional Jewish ceremony included vintage lace, pink flowers and green garlands.
For much more about the wedding, including the A-list guests, the emotional ceremony and the reception catered by famous chefs – plus photos! – pick up this week’s issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday
How did Drew Barrymore end up directing “Our Deal?”
We met Drew at one of our shows in LA and she was a really huge fan. MTV approached her about working on a video with us and she wanted to do it. She took time out of her own busy life to make this video and for that, I will always, always love her. She made an incredible piece of art to put with our song and we owe her so much.
It has that “Warriors” feel. What was the inspiration behind that video?
Well, Drew wrote and directed the entire thing. I didn’t have anything to do with it besides that it was my song being put to her ideas. When I wrote “Her Treatment,” I knew that it was something we needed to do. It was just such a strong story for such a strong song and it was just too beautiful to pass up.
Cameron Diaz scolds Drew Barrymore for leaving lights on.
The two actresses are good friends and appeared in the Charlie’s Angles movies together. Cameron is a keen environmentalist and often takes her pal to task about her wasteful ways.
“No, she just tells me off about the amount of lights we have on in the house!” Drew laughed.
Drew has been in the industry for a long time so she has a lot of showbiz friends. She socialises with people who aren’t involved in film-making too though as it helps keep her feet on the ground.
The star isn’t sure how well she would cope with starting a Hollywood career now as there is so much pressure on young actresses.
“Social media changed everything. It’s a very fast, consuming world out there. I know that I want nothing to do with it. No [I don't Facebook or tweet]. I do for work, but not for personal stuff,” she explained to Look magazine.
“If I could criticise one thing that was tough when I was growing up, it would be the amount of worry I felt inside.”
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DREW Barrymoreloves a happy ending.
The sexy star admits she just cannot resist the feel-good feeling when everything works out for the best — even though that may mean a lot of her movies are cheesy.
“I really love action and I really love comedy and action. I also like it when girls have energy, or kicking-ass or passionately believing in,” she said.
“Adventure movies don’t necessarily have to be action but they have to have that energy of ‘I can do this’. It is such a wonderful, whimsical, invigorating feeling.
“I am a romantic. I love the idea of happy endings. Cheesey as that is, I just love it.”
Drew will be appearing on Fox’s ‘60 Minutes‘ tomorrow for what looks to be a very interesting interview! Enjoy the preview and be sure to tune in to CBS tomorrow to catch it.
As many of you will know, Drew made an appearance on Ellen yesterday. It’s a great little interview and Drew talks about Justin, Whip It and lots of other things. I’ve embedded both parts and full credit goes to the uploader.