Transcript for Bella Thorne Gets 'Blended' with Adam Sandler, Drew Barrymore
It's a great day to be with Bella thorn, everybody. You may know her from "Shake it up" on the Disney channel. Hi. 5 million Twitter followers. Somewhere around there. And a major movie with drew barrymore and Adam Sandler. Congratulations. Thank you. And both of them have said the nicest things about you. Tell me about working with Adam. Adam is so funny. He's literally one of the funniest people I've ever met. When you have drew and him together, it's honestly the best peanut butter and jelly sandwich you could ever have. So good. We should go get one. We will. A little music, too. We're going to talk about you. You are a musician in your own right. First, in "Blended," you play Hillary, Adam's daughter. Whose nickname is Larry. Please explain. Larry gets stuck by her father with this hair cut that's like a bowl boy Paige hair cut. She doesn't have a motherly figure in her life anymore. And her father treats her like his best buddy. She's a teenage girl who is dying to get out of her skin and be noticed. I think it's funny. The other actor who plays your sister, Adam's character names her ESPN. That gives you an idea. He was hoping for some boys. I want to ask you about drew barrymore. She takes you under her wing in the movie. Yesterday, you posted a photo on instagram, and you captioned it, with my momma pickle, inspiration and best for life, drew barrymore. I'm pickle. She's dre bear or momma pickle. She wants to call me pickle. I am a pickle. You have a beautiful, young pickle. And congratulations on all of your success. I know singing, album coming? Tell everybody real quick before we go. I have an album coming out soon. Also, if everybody wants to, you can download my single, called "Call it whatever" on itunes. I love it when people get excited. Will you stick around and watch lady antebellum with us? Yes. Are you kidding? Bella Thorne, everybody. It opens nationwide today.
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