Now the stories are starting to come full circle.
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Snitches get stitches, Drew.
While the lifestyle guru was trying to teach Ellen DeGeneres how to make festive fall foods, the Miss You Already star was just busy trying to get in on the conversation!
Most fans took the awkward cooking demo as Martha weirdly snubbing her younger co-host, but Drew cleared the air on Watch What Happens Live! Monday night, telling Andy Cohen:
They're the two best friends that anyone could have!
The stars, who have worked together in films like The Wedding Singer and 50 First Dates, first came together after Barrymore requested to meet with the 49-year-old funny man during an admittedly low point in her career.
"[I thought] I want to be a modern weird Hepburn, Tracey old Hollywood couple … We looked like the worst blind date you've ever seen. I showed up with purple hair and a leopard coat and he was in his classic cargo pants. As soon as I saw him I was like 'Yeah you're going to have to see past all this.'"
LOLz! We guess opposites attract!
So how'd she convince him? The E.T. star said:
Is Drew Barrymore the best daughter in the world?!
On Tuesday, it was revealed that the Miss You Already actress still supports her mother Jaid — despite the fact that she emancipated herself from her momma when she was 14-years-old.
In the Golden Globe winner's new memoir, she wrote:
"I still support her — I must know that she is taken care of or I simply cannot function. I am grateful to this woman for bringing me into this world, and it would crush me to know she was in need anywhere."
In case you forgot, Miz Barrymore's mother had an unusual parenting style which resulted in the 50 First Dates star being institutionalized by Jaid at 13-years-old. Yikes!
So adorable! And the puppies are OK too! LOLz!
Drew Barrymore stopped by The Tonight Show last night to help promote her upcoming flick Miss You Already.
While the actress was there, Jimmy Fallon got her to play one of the cutest games on earth — Pup Quiz!
This of course is the trivia game where the contestants are asked animal questions in order to win more puppies to cuddle!
Ch-ch-check out the trivia game that defines cuteness (above) and let us know if you'd love those little guys as much as Drew does!
It's no secret Drew Barrymore cherishes her family.
In her new book Wildflower — dedicated to daughters, Olive, 3, and Frankie, 18 months — the 40-year-old actress writes about growing up in the public eye after her rise to fame in E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial.
"It was such a private, quiet thing to write the book. It was just for me. My girlfriends aren't even in it enough as far as I'm concerned because they are such a big part of my life. They seem like just my friends, but my friends were like my first family. But it was a very quiet thing. I really dedicate it to my kids."
The 50 First Dates star — who had a notoriously troubled childhood and became a legally emancipated adult by the age of 15 — says she will "one hundred percent" encourage her little ones should they decide to enter the biz, but not until they're older:
Everything changed for Drew Barrymore when she started her family.
The actress — who has two young little girls Olive, 3, and Frankie, 18 months, with husband and art consultant Will Kopelman – described her life as "perfect and totally imperfect."
In a new interview, the 40-year-old actress opened up about how her experience with childbirth was completely different the second time around — especially for the six months following.
The Miss You Already star shared:
"I didn't have postpartum the first time so I didn't understand it because I was like, ‘I feel great!' The second time, I was like, ‘Oh, whoa, I see what people talk about now. I understand.' It's a different type of overwhelming with the second. I really got under the cloud."
As an author, entrepreneur, and Hollywood starlet, it's understandable that life can get a little bit complicated when you throw parenting into the mix: