-I'm so excited you're here.
-Thanks for having me.
Are you kidding me? Let's dive right inbecause I've stalked you for a very long time.
I adore everything.
But I've noticedthat you were one of the few celebrities to join Instagramvery recently.
Pretty late to the game, actually.
So what or who convincedyou to do that? -It was peer pressure, you guys.
[ Laughter ] I would sit at work, my co-stars, Mae and Retta, they would be like, “Oh, did yousee this on Instagram, did you see –“I was, like, “What? What — like, what are you guystalking about? [ Laughter ]Show me, show me.
” And I finally was, like, “Alright, I'm getting on it.
” And now of courseI'm on it all the time.
-Ah, peer pressure.
You got to love it.
-You gotta love it.
-So, I want to point out your first picture on the 'Gram.
Like, can we just takea look at it real quick? Casual, chic, beautiful, elegant.
[ Cheers and applause ]She is beauty.
She is grace.
-I feel like, correct me if I'm wrong, I feel like you're the typeof fabulous person where literally was like, “Oh, Ineed to take a picture? Cool.
” And you just — was that whathappened? 'Cause that'swhat it looks like.
-I did, I did.
[ Laughter ] It was in my dinning room.
And I kind of knewthat there was cool rock and roll light on the hair.
-Nice, nice-So, you know.
-So, you didn't have, like, 50 attempts at this? -No, no.
[ Laughter ] -Okay.
-But, you know, I'm wearing sunglasses, too.
I kind of protectedmyself a little bit.
I'm hiding a little bit.
-Your sunglasses are completesee through, okay.
Also, I want to show you, 'cause I — when the first, one of the first picturesI posted on the 'Gram, I did take, like, 50 pictures.
'Cause you got to get the rightangle.
You know what I mean? Let's check out the pictureI'm talking about right here.
You see what I mean? I feel like the angle is, like, you really need –effortless.
She's beauty, she's grace, all the things.
-You captured it.
So, not only were people shookby joining instagram, but you recently also spokeabout a hand modeling gig.
that you did.
What was that gig?-So, I was a model.
And every once in a whileyou get a job that was just your handor just your mouth or something like that.
-That's a thing? -Yeah, I mean, you go in there and they lookat everyone's hands, and they're like, “You, you.
” So, I got — I got — I got ajob with one other model.
And we — I don't evenknow if we knew exactly what it was for, but it was for a poster.
-Now let me just pause you.
Do you know which posteryou hand modeled for? Let's show everyone the posterthat we're talking about here.
Yes! That poster[ Audience ohs ] [ Cheers and applause ]Yes.
We had no idea how iconic the movie was goingto be at the time.
It was just another model and I, and sometimes it would be herstomach and my hand, or my stomach and her hand, or both my hand and my stomach.
And we kind of just switchedthem up and when then when I finally saw the posterI was like, “Oh, yeah.
That's my hand, but not my stomach.
” [ Laughter ] Which, I don't know howto feel about that.
[ Laughter ] -So —But, it's an extraordinary film and I had no idea I was being, you know, included into somethingsort of so cool.
And also, I love that Hollywoodhas so much money that they needed two modelsto do this.
Like, the same personcould have done this.
-Listen, you can't have both.
You can't — [ Laughter ]-You can't have the hand and the stomach.
-So, tell me, how does one aspire to become a hand model? What are some tipsfor hand modeling? -Uh, you never wantto curl them up so it looks likethey're cut off.
-Right, of course.
-'Cause that's just creepy.
-So, always you want to like, you know, I think if you tryto think of yourself as a ballet dancer, you know? Elongated your fingers.
Hold things, you know, a little bit.
You know, you're doing it.
see? -So, it's almost likedon't function properly? We're modeling your desk.
[ Laughter ] -Oh.
-Yeah, do not function properly.
So it's like, don't actually –it's like — -Yes.
You sort of, like, maybe graze the glass.
look at you.
-Thank you so much.