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Renee Zellweger revealed that the tabloid newspaper stories that have a break earlier in her career, and, on the advice of her brother, how to deal with the sensationalism, it has helped her to deal with the public spotlight, she found herself in as a young star.
The actress, who is perhaps best known for her role in “Bridget Jones’s Diary” spoke to InStyle, for its December cover issue where she opened up about the first time that the newspapers have made her private life public.
“I was devastated about a break up, and it was plastered all over the tabloids. Nothing is true, everything is degrading. Never mind that it was life, and the experience [of the relationship] was enough,” she told the outlet.
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Luckily, her brother was at her side in order to get her to stop the vicious cycle of over the news. She goes on to explain that they were in a supermarket together and bought some of the magazines that made her fall apart, without her knowing it. As she drove home, she saw him laughing. He began with a reading of excerpts from her part of the interview, she claimed that she never really gave up.
“The things that I could say about this personal relationship that I have never talked about it, and never will. And he was reading them in a voice that he imagined that, as a consequence of person-to-be. And then we can both laugh at it,” she explained.
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She went on to say, “My brother has taught me, it is what it is. This is not an exact representation of you and how you live your life. The choices that you make, it’s not like that. It’s entertainment, and the funny thing is that if you do it the right way.”
Renee Zellweger stars as of late the Hollywood icon in the biopic “Judy.”
In spite of her view on fame and the tabloids, in the 50-year-old actress took a long break from the spotlight to focus on other things before heading back to the big screen by Judy Garland biopic, “Judy.”
Although she is grateful for the part, she acknowledged that, with the leave of the famous lifestyle, for a time, it was very refreshing.
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“Well, I mean, it was nice to have genuine exchanges with people for a little while,” she said. “If you’re not on the radar, people don’t clock you, you’re just a person in the coffee shop, ordering a cup of coffee.”