Hello Cher Horowitz! Alicia Silverstone launches TikTok with a with I don̵7;t know A gangster that includes her son Bear.
The 44-year-old actress uploaded her first TikTok video on Friday. It’s a reproduction of a classic scene from the 1995 movie “Ugh! As if… I’m not joining TikTok,” Silverstone captioned the photo.
In the video, Silverstone follows No Doubt’s “Just a Girl” wearing a yellow plaid blazer over a white t-shirt and white pants, her 9-year-old son Bear (which she shares with her ex-husband). Christopher Jarecki) moved up to his mother. Put his arms around her shoulders Before she shrugged him, “Eh, get out of me!” Silverstone exclaimed, “Ah, as if!”
The original scene showed Silverstone’s character Cher walking in a fictitious Bronson Alcott High School and pushing a greedy teenager away. The video, which had 4.5 million likes and 104K comments, ended with the mother and son sharing hugs and kisses.
Cher’s most recognizable look is meant to make teenagers stand out. says costume designer Mona May. Entertainment Weekly In 2015, “we wanted to make sure she showed up because she was going to be in a green courtyard around her, lots of kids,” she said. red is awesome but too much for her The blue color was very beautiful but didn’t bounce. Finally, when I brought the yellow suit to the fittings, It was just a miracle. She wore it and it was ‘Bam!’ It was the correct tone. It was the right fun.”
Last year, on the 20th anniversary of the film, Silverstone revealed that her famous phrase was not her favorite. “It’s not my style. But I love it when Brittany Murphy says, ‘You’re a virgin who can’t drive,’” she said. entertainment tonight. “In my life sometimes for fun To make myself laugh, I’d say, ‘Ah! It’s my own fault.’ I was really like, ‘You see how picky I am about my shoes and they’re just stepping on my feet.’”
For the second time, Silverstone’s son has helped his mother celebrate her famous role. In 2017, the boy, then 7, tagged along with Silverstone and I don’t know Breglin Meyer joins the cast at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles, California.
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