Drew Barrymore’s weird response to discovering a hidden window in her house has provoked dialogue amongst followers. The video posted to her TikTok, which was reshared on Twitter, has garnered 1000’s of feedback.
The Drew Barrymore Show host, 47, is at the moment renovating her New York City condo and not too long ago found a window behind some drywall. After eradicating the fabric, she turned emotional.
“So the people who owned this apartment before me, um, covered up a window,” Drew defined to her followers. “I don’t know why. And I was like, ‘I know there’s a window, I know there’s a window.’ And guess what? There’s a window, and we’re about to reveal it.”
The mother of two, who shares youngsters Olive Barrymore Kopelman and Frankie Barrymore Kopelman with ex Will Kopelman, started howling earlier than exhibiting off her attractive discovery.
“It’s so hopeful,” the E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial alum cried. “It’s like something can be so covered up and dark, you pry it open, and create light.”
In response, one Twitter person questioned, “But wouldn’t she know there was a window from looking from the outside?” A second agreed, writing, “It’s almost like you could’ve walked the perimeter of the building and saw that there was a window there … ” A 3rd added, “Is no one gonna talk about the random barking she did?”
Others, nevertheless, have been fast to defend the California native. “Some people in the replies have not renovated an old house and it shows. I’m happy she got her window and that it still opened.”
Meanwhile, another person wrote: “I love her SO MUCH bc girlie is living life and seems genuinely so [enamored] with the positives in her life. It’s honestly so joyous to see, and I literally wish her every happiness.”
Drew moved to the Big Apple to be nearer to her ex-husband for his or her youngsters. In an interview on Oprah Winfrey’s Your Life in Focus digital collection in May 2021, she informed viewers, “I thought when I had kids, I wanted this really stable home. Two parents was the goal.”
She continued: “I ended up finding myself in divorce. Their dad moved to New York. I didn’t want my children to be away from their father, and I love his family. We’re very close, and even though we had a divorce, we said, ‘Let’s not misstep. Let’s just carry on like we are a family because we are a family.'”
The actress admitted it was troublesome to go away her Los Angeles house of 20 years, noting it was “as hard as the divorce itself.”
However, her definition of “home” has since modified. “I’ve now figured out what the definition of home is. It’s wherever we are, it’s wherever I am with my kids.”