‘Jeopardy!’ Asks Fans If They Can Solve Drew Barrymore’s ‘Famous Families’ Categories

by Katie Maloney
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Can you answer these Famous Families Jeopardy! questions? Drew Barrymore offers some hints to help you.

Who doesn’t love testing their Jeopardy! knowledge? Well, you can test yourself right now with the show’s latest video on Twitter. They recently shared a clip from the show during which contestants answer “Drew’s Clues” from the Famous Families category. The best part is that all the clues are given by celebrity Drew Barrymore. There’s even a clue about her famous grandfather, actor John Barrymore. Do you know his nickname? Watch the clue and see if you can figure it out.

Along with the video, Jeopardy! wrote, “Can you solve DREW’S CLUES ON FAMOUS FAMILIES? Watch @DrewBarrymore deliver this category!”

Drew Barrymore Says the Phrase ‘Self-Care’ Makes Her Feel Guilty

Certainly, Drew Barrymore is a superstar. She has her own talk show, she’s starred in countless movies, she even found time to host a segment on Jeopardy! this week. So, it’s totally reasonable to believe that Drew is probably a super busy woman. And with self-care trends soaring in popularity, it’s pretty cool to hear a celebrity talk about the other side of the self-care movement. During a recent interview, Drew Barrymore opened up about the sometimes unrealistic expectations and pressures that self-care movements place on people.

“I, as a parent, resent the term self-care, because I’m like, really, when am I going to do that?” said Drew. “And then I just feel like I screwed up before I even started it. Like I’m a failure at something.”

Drew Barrymore added that she doesn’t always have time for what’s considered standard “self-care” activities.

“I haven’t worked out in like three months because my kids are in school and I’m drowning between work and that,” said Drew. “You birth a child and you move into this neighborhood called Guilt City, and then you live there for the rest of your life.”

However, Drew added that there are self-care practices that she participates in that may not be considered “on-trend” self-care rituals. Nevertheless, these rituals fuel her soul and that’s really what self-care is about, right?

“I was out on my lawn this weekend with my kids having an incredible weekend, feeling like we were the luckiest people in the world,” said Drew. “It’s not the spa candle moment we all kind of battle with. It’s a very meditative thing and there actually is full-circle-ness, in that you can grow things to eat or you can watch your kids play on the lawn you just planted. You can feel good about the way that you’ve gone about doing it. And yeah, I’m not going to be very good at going to get a massage. I will be better about working out in the lawn and the garden.”

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