The famous actress, Julia Roberts underwent an odd experience on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
When the “Pretty Woman” Julia Roberts visited the set of the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon she was invited to engage in a beach ball fiesta. Jimmy said that she and he could throw beach balls on each other’s faces.
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He furthermore promised her he would be extra gentle when he threw a ball at Julia’s face. The name of the game was “Face Balls” and the players got to hit each other on the face with polymer beach balls.
When Jimmy Fallon’s turn came to be hit, he told her to strike him on the face with a beach ball as hard as possible. Later on high definition, close-up and slow-mo photographed frames of both Jimmy and Julia were shown which elicited hilarious laughter from the audience.
Roberts took it all in good humor and remarked that it was like partaking in the comedic version of “Fifty Shades of Grey”.
Especially when her face was contorted by the ball which struck it time after time, she compared herself to the daughter of an erstwhile comedian.
Then Fallon went ahead and showed a video of a dog that got all scared of Julia’s face in an advertisement. He requested Julia to win back that poor scared animal and allay its misery.
At this Julia decided to have some fun and went “RAWR!” at which Jimmy said that she was making things worse for the poor mutt instead. He laughed along with the audience.
Julia has been nominated for an Emmy Award for her movie “The Normal Heart”. She will soon be appearing on the Matt Lauer Show and speaking about the movie and the pressures of show business.
Julia Roberts is honestly speaking the truth when she says that all the meddling by the paparazzi and the constant craving by fans can get to you.
She is seriously thinking of giving it all up and going elsewhere to live in peace. Hollywood has its dark side which ultimately culminates in such problematic situations as drug addiction or suicidal behavior thanks to the pressures of show business.
It is better to lower your expectations rather than face the stress and stormy relationships of being raised on a pedestal.