Poor, rich Reese Witherspoon misses her privacy
Reese Witherspoon, who just married Jim Toth and continues, to the best of our knowledge, to be in movies, said a very odd thing in the new issue of Vogue: She misses having her privacy. Gee, she probably shouldn't have posed for a cover shoot then, huh?
"I feel like an ingrate for even thinking anything isn't good," she said when asked about the worst thing about being Reese Witherspoon. "I'm very, very, very lucky. But ... umm ... probably that I parted with my privacy a long time ago. We went different ways. And sometimes I mourn it. Sometimes I will sit in the car and cry. Because I can't get out. That's the only thing: I mourn the loss of my privacy."
Well, to Reese (whom we normally are okay with) and any other Hollywood star who whines about this, we finally have the solution to all your woes. Yes, The Juice* has figured out how to keep the paparazzi from hounding you, to keep the audiences from clutching at your shirtsleeves, to finally get rid of all that pesky fame and fortune: Quit making movies. Then all those people wanting to shower you with millions and get a piece of the onscreen personality you've worked for years to cultivate will leave you all alone. Easy, right? We admit it hasn't worked for Lindsay Lohan, but there are exceptions to every rule.