Reese Witherspoon has shared a video of herself cleaning her own Hollywood Walk of Fame star, and it’s both hilarious and adorable.
The actress posted the clip on her Instagram story and told her fans she was about to pay a visit to her old friend, who just so happened to be her plaque on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
She was recognised on the attraction way back in 2010 and during a Sunday morning stroll, decided to go and see it.
The shot shows Reese walking around the blvd with some pals before she finally reaches her Walk of Fame star.
Admitting that she was late for work, the 41-year-old said to her 12.2million followers: ‘I’m running a little bit late for work today, but I heard my friend is really close by, so I wanna go meet her really quick. And I want you guys to meet her, too.’
With a cute dog filter on her face, She continued: ‘This is so exciting, guys. Here she is,’ before zooming into her own star.
The Legally Blonde actress got down next to the piece, pulled out a tissue, and started polishing away at the floor.
She said: ‘Now you’re looking good, girl. That’s right. And don’t you let people walk all over you. I know you’re on the street, but don’t you do that, you’re a queen. You’re a queen.’
What a pep talk!
She then shared a picture on Instagram of her looking extremely excited to be next to her ‘queen’, with a caption that read: ‘When you run into a friend on the street… (Check out my stories for the visit!).’
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Reese has recently praised her ‘UK sisters’ for showing their support for the #TimesUp movement at the Bafta Awards.
She tweeted: ‘So happy to see my sisters making @TIMESUPNOW a Global Campaign.’
Reese was behind the TimesUp movement and has since got over 190 women working in the entertainment industry, to sign their names on a powerful open letter in support of Time’s Up ahead of the 2018 Baftas.
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