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Halle Berry eats turkey testicles to avoid awkward question

OHMYGOSSIP — Halle Berry ate turkey testicles to avoid revealing the name of a “famous” actor she’d never work with again.
The 52-year-old actress appeared on Thursday’s episode (16.05.19) of ‘The Late Late Show with James Corden’ alongside her ‘John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum’ co-star Anjelica Huston, and during a game of ‘Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts’ – which gives celebrities the choice of answering a question about themselves or eating gruesome cocktails of food – the ‘Kidnap’ star tucked into the turkey ball so she wouldn’t have to tell viewers who the “super duper famous” star was.
Angelica asked Halle: “Who is the one actor you’d never work with again?”
And she replied: “I do, trust me [have a list]. There’s two people on the list [and] one used to be [famous], not so much anymore, he actually went to jail! But one is so I’m gonna eat the balls. One is super duper famous.”
Cordon interjected: “How tall?”
Hallee added: “Not too tall.”
The ‘Catwoman’ star also confessed that she knew her 1996 film ‘Rich Man’s Wife’ wasn’t going to “the greatest cinema experience” from the get-go.
Angelica asked: “Have you ever realised a movie was going to be bad while filming it. If so at what point did you realise it?”
Halle replied: “I can answer this because I’m talking s**t about myself right? I can do that. Which one? There’s so many! I think, I’m sorry to everybody who worked on this movie, everybody, but the truth is the truth.
“I kind of knew that a movie I did called ‘Rich Man’s Wife’, was not, I’m sorry Amy Holden, she was the director, and I’m not trying to bash my female directors, I’m not.
“But I kind of knew it wasn’t going to be the greatest cinema experience for the people. You go into these movies with always the best interntions. “Nobody wants to make a bad movie, at the time we say, ‘yes’, but sometimes you get on the set and you think, ‘Was I high when I agreed to do this? Was I smoking crack?'”

Source: Herald Mail Media
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