When you’re famous, who knows what you might find of yourself on Google?
That was a question Sandra Bullock apparently asked herself, and it appears she wasn’t necessarily thrilled with the answer. But at least she got a laugh.
“I thought maybe it would be a nice fun approach to this evening to do, maybe, something different, so I Googled myself and read the comments section, thinking I would get some tidbits of what people really think of me and share them ” she said at the 25th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival Gala. “Never read the comments section … or Google oneself, at anytime…”
Bullock, 58, also got to check out some rumors about herself.
Sandra Bullock Googled Herself
Bullock noted that most of the negative comments centered on the fact that she’s older than 40.
But hey, she can take solace in knowing that none of the people talking about her actually know her. Nor is she the only celebrity to have experienced this type of misinformation and criticism for doing .. well, nothing beyond being famous.
“Everything that Sandra Googled about herself, they say about me too, except they say over 60,” Meryl Streep added at the festival later that night.
Bullock most recently played in Brad Pitt’s Bullet Train, as well as co-starred in The Lost City, with Channing Tatum, both films released this year.