Most brides can't wait to start planning their wedding -- in fact, some even turn them into a two-part television special. But Drew Barrymore, who got engaged to Will Kopelman earlier this month, isn't ready to commit to any definite plans just yet. Don't worry, she's not getting cold feet, she just hasn't had enough time to really decide on anything, especially now that she's promoting her new movie Big Miracle (Feb. 3). The actress sat down with Good Morning America's Robin Roberts on Wednesday morning to discuss her upcoming nuptials (as well as her film) and explained she's still "just trying to figure it out" when it comes to the daunting task of wedding planning.
However, that doesn't mean it's not on her mind -- she just hasn't gotten past the daydreaming stage just yet. Barrymore explained, "I think everyone expects you to kinda know right away what all the plans are. And I'm like, oh goodness, it happened a month ago. Do I not have it together, or is it okay to keep daydreaming?" But the giddy bride-to-be was more than proud to show off her beautiful, nearly four-carat engagement ring, while also sporting her fiancé's watch. She went on to say, "I root for his happiness and people's happiness. I like positivity! I'm a sucker for it." She sounds like a happy bride-to-be to me!
This will be the third marriage for the actress, who was previously married to Jeremy Thomas and then Tom Green. Let's hope third time's the charm! To see the (blinding) ring and the full interview, check out the video below.
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Even if it's a little-known Barrymore, when that name makes it into the news, you sit up and take notice.
This time around, it's John Barrymore III--former actor, half-brother to actress Drew Barrymore and grandson of the legendary silent film star John Barrymore. He was attacked in his home in California by a group of teenagers looking to steal his marijuana plants, the police told The Associated Press on Sunday.
Police spokesman Jim Bennett told AP that Barrymore and his wife, Rebecca, were home Wednesday when six youths in a van pulled up to their house. When the Barrymores opened their door, they were beaten with a metal trailer hitch placed in a sock.
The teens fled without taking the marijuana and were arrested a few minutes later.
The San Jose Mercury News reported Barrymore, 47, required brain surgery Friday but was expected to recover.
Rebecca Barrymore, recovering at home, told the paper her husband kept the plants as medicinal use for migraine headaches.
Documentary that chronicles the history of the Barrymore clan. Their names are synonymous with everything that is Hollywood -- talent, glamour, success, excess, drugs and alcohol abuse, wild parties, falls from grace and rising phoenix-like through the ashes. John, Ethel, Lionel and later John Jr., Maurice, Georgina Dolores, Diana and Drew -- the story of the Barrymores is the story of tragedy and triumph.