Renée Zellweger has continued to speak about the 'international humiliation' she suffered after it was claimed that she'd had cosmetic surgery.
The star of Netflix’s "What/If," opened up in the August/September issue of "AARP The Magazine" about waitressing at a so-called jiggle joint, Sugar’s, in Austin while attending UT to help pay the bills.
Renée Zellweger has revealed that her absence from the big screen means that she isn’t recognised in the street anymore. It’s fantastic, you order your coffee and you get a coffee and leave,” she told Jonathan Ross.
The reviews for ‘Bridget Jones’s Baby’ are in… and they’re pretty darn good. At the time of publishing, the comeback movie has a rare 100% ‘fresh’ rating on reviews aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, meaning that it’s positive notices all round. In a four-star review, Empire‘s Terri White notes: “Bridget is back: still bumbling and fumbling but immediately funnier and sharper than before. “Though the story occasionally stretches credibility, the warmth and wit propels you along.” Jane Crowther in Total Film writes: “A warm, witty and welcome return – intelligently evolved and an absolute hoot. ...