Reese Witherspoon Had To Quit Brave Because She Couldn’t Do The Scottish Accent! See Her Embarrassing Reveal!

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Reese Witherspoon is a doting mother, an accomplished businesswoman, and has been one of the biggest names in Hollywood for well over a decade — but even the Oscar winner has flaws! (Well, at least one├óΓé¼┬ª)

In a recent TV interview, the 40-year-old let it slip that she had to quit a movie because she was unable to master a convincing Scottish accent.

The confessional aired on ITV‘s daytime show Lorraine, where Witherspoon sat down with Matthew McConaughey to promote their animated film Sing!

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When Ross King asked the two actors about the hardest accents they’ve had to perform, the Legally Blonde star made the slip-up, saying:

“Scottish is really… I don’t want to talk about it. I tried to do a Scottish accent once. It was bad. I had to quit the movie.”

“The movie” in reference was Pixar‘s 2012 film Brave — which Reese was supposed to lend her voice to play the lead character Merida, but had to back out due to scheduling issues“├óΓé¼┬ª OR SO SHE AND PRODUCERS TOLD EVERYONE!

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When McConaughey asked if she really left the film “over the accent,” the blonde beauty cringed, explaining:

“It’s not my finest moment. No. I don’t want to talk about it anymore├óΓé¼┬ª That just came out and I really wish it hadn’t.”

Awwww, we still love you, Reese! Besides, who needs to speak Scottish when you’re America’s sweetheart? Ha!

Watch the interview (below) to see the awkward moment!

[Image via ITV/YouTube/Pixar.]

Jan 12, 2017 6:27pm PDT

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