Reese Witherspoon Says She Misses Her Privacy

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Reese Witherspoon mourns the loss of her privacy.

The Oscar-winning actress says she sometimes sits in her car crying because she cannot go out in public as much as she’d like.

Witherspoon says in the May issue of Vogue that although much of her life belongs to other people, but she wouldn’t trade it.

The 35-year-old says that whatever she’s lost, she’s gained tenfold in life experience.

Witherspoon also says she feels blessed that her friends help provide some privacy.

Her latest film, “Water for Elephants,” will be released April 22.

Witherspoon plays a scrappy circus star willing to do whatever it takes to survive. The Depression-era drama is based on the best-selling novel.

Robert Pattinson co-stars as her love interest in the film.

(© Copyright 2011 The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)

  • Lou

    HOW PHONY! not like she got rejected for welfare, typical hollywood.

    • Saber 1

      She is a piece of a $$. I would throw the coals to that for weeks on in. I would need hydration packets after I was finished with that.

  • Everyday Guy

    Fine. Giver her privacy and ignore her movies.

  • Meh...

    Don’t be a spoiled brat…you reap what you sow. That’s the price you pay for fame.

  • James

    People losing there jobs and homes. Lost of life in Japan. Cry baby, just go buy a Halloween mask!

  • Marcus

    Oh quit your whining…”Mourning the loss of her privacy???” Please!!! How about mourning the people who have lost their lives in recent disasters?? America’s economy is quickly spiraling down the toilet and she’s worried about her privacy. Here’s some privacy for you…BOYCOTT WITHERSPOON FILMS!

  • Sandi A

    OMG! Such a rough life! Get over yourself, Reese.

  • octavio

    is just sad how unsensative people have become these days

  • William Thompson III, Esq.

    The posts here reflect typical Los Angeles riff-raff. You simply cannot understand the problems we proper individuals of society face on a daily basis.

  • Mrs. Harold Simplen

    Finally a voice of reason! I have been finding it very difficult to park lately whenever I shop on Rodeo Drive. All of that construction is simply ghastly.

blog comments powered by Disqus
Sandwich Generation

Listen Live