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Amanda Seyfried, Mean Girls weather scene and “rude” attention

“It must make you feel really insecure in the world.”

Some roles leave a lasting impression on fans, and Amanda Seyfried as Karen Smith in Bad Girls It is one of them.

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And while her character provided endless hilarious one-liners that fans still quote today, there is one iconic scene that still makes Amanda uncomfortable.

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For her cover interview with Marie Claire, Amanda opened up about the scene in the weather reports where she predicts the weather by touching her breasts and explained why the men’s reactions made her feel “gross.”

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Amanda revealed that even today, 18 years later, guys still come up to her and ask if it’s raining, knowing they’re thinking of her touching her breasts.

His problem was not the scene itself, but the way the men responded to it. “I always felt really grossed out by it,” Amanda told Marie Claire. “She was like 18 years old. She was just great.”

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I think being really famous [young] it really must suck. It must make you feel completely insecure in the world.”

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Amanda, who recently starred in Hulu’s abandonment as Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes, she has been acting since she was 14, starting out on the soap opera As the world turns.

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“I see these younger actors who think they have to have confidence,” Amanda added. “They think they have to have an assistant. They think their whole world has changed.”

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“It can be stressful. I’ve seen it happen to my teammates.” So she decided to go the “opposite way” with his life by buying a farm and living something out of the public eye.

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Amanda still loves being on the farm in the Catskills, where she lives with her husband, Thomas Sadoski, their two children, Nina, 5, and Thomas, 1, and lots of animals.

For more on Amanda, check out her full cover story with Marie Claire.

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