Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Distinctive Face of the Week: Drew Barrymore

It's not just me, Lucy Lawless and that girl from Step Up 2 look strikingly similar to a ton of other people in their line of work. It makes having a face that stands out all the more valuable. 

Pictured: Drew Barrymore's famous smirk
Drew Barrymore. She has one of the most distinctive faces in Hollywood. This girl has been queen of the RomCom for the last ten years since Adam Sandler first laughed at the name "Julia Gulia" in The Wedding Singer.  Barrymore's breakout role was as a child star in Steven Spielberg's famous E.T. There's a new generation of kids today who sadly don't get the joke when you hold up a finger and say "E.T. Phohohohone Hoooome" in that funny voice, but you know Drew would get it.

From her pleasantly husky voice, to her famous smirk, to that perfect Cupid's bow, Drew Barrymore's features are as distinctive as that silly smile she's always making, you know the one
Yep, that's the one
Drew proves you don't have to throw up after every meal to be gorgeous. She's no size 2, and we love her all the more for it. Her cherubic cheeks are iconic, and her bubbly personality has helped her make Hollywood her bitch. Whether she's cracking us up in Music and Lyrics, or quoting literature in Ever After, or kicking ass as a Charlie's Angel, or charming us with a sweet smile, we love her. Believe it or not, she's also been nominated for over seventy awards. Yes, that's right, seventy. Last year she made her directorial debut with Whip It starring Ellen Page.

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