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  • You were at the Golden Globes the other night.

  • You looked great.

  • I heard you get like, stage fright.

  • Do you get stage fright?

  • Yes, I do.

  • I think if I did it every day like you,

  • I mean, in front of a huge audience, you get used to it,

  • no?

  • Right.

  • But I do it once in a while.

  • For me it's different.

  • Being on the set, it's me with my crew, in our world.

  • This is different.

  • Or something like the Golden Globes.

  • Yeah, and I do get nervous at those things.

  • Yeah. Well, but you know everybody there.

  • So it's not like you're...

  • Yeah, but that's a problem.

  • Like, you come out to give an award and you look down.

  • Like two meters away is Oprah, and Spielberg,

  • and Meryl Streep, and I get shy

  • very shy with these things.

  • Because you don't see people that often.

  • You don't live here, right?

  • Where do you live?

  • Yeah, I used to live here.

  • I lived here for a few years

  • but now I live in Spain most of the time.

  • In Spain.

  • It's beautiful there.

  • I went recently, for my first time.

  • It's great.

  • And my family, most of them are there.

  • And I'm really happy there.

  • I love LA, but just family, family.

  • Yes.

  • Hey, help me out with something.

  • I'm trying to learn Spanish

  • so you can give me a new word for me to learn today.

  • Because I'm

  • Oh, somebody told me.

  • That's why I prepared a few words.

  • Oh good.

  • Oh a few?

  • OK.

  • I just want one.

  • And a few sentences.

  • Oh, sentences?

  • This is so much fun for me to teach you Spanish.

  • For example, you could say this very well.

  • [SPANISH] Me tienes hasta el moño

  • Which means, I've had it with you.

  • Me tienes.

  • Me tienes.

  • Hasta el moño.

  • [SPEAKING GIBBERISH]

  • No, no, no.

  • You can do this, I know.

  • Me tienes hasta el moño.

  • [SPEAKING GIBBERISH]

  • No.

  • We should try something else.

  • Maybe if I see it.

  • Maybe if I read it.

  • Mira, mira.

  • Me tienes

  • What's mira?

  • Mira is look, look.

  • Look, look.

  • Yeah.

  • Mira, mira.

  • How's that?

  • No, no, no.

  • OK.

  • Me tienes hasta el moño.

  • Perfect.

  • Perfect, perfect.

  • Me tienes hasta el moño.

  • This is... I'm not supposed to teach you these... but, [BLEEP] la leche.

  • What does that mean?

  • Now I'm in trouble if I have to explain what it means.

  • It's better if you just learn it and trust me.

  • OK.

  • OK.

  • Me... [BLEEP] la leche.

  • Me..[BLEEP] la leche.

  • Perfect.

  • Perfect.

  • I can do this all day with you.

  • Oh, yeah.

  • You don't want to.

  • I mean, I really am bad at accents.

  • I can't possibly.

  • I'm trying, I'm trying.

  • That's why I'm so impressed

  • and I don't want to jump ahead, because you're so good in this.

  • And you had to learn a whole new way of speaking, right?

  • Yes.

  • We'll talk about it later.

  • OK.

  • There's a picture I saw that's so adorable.

  • What were you doing at 13 years old

  • that you were on the cover of a magazine?

  • What was this?

  • Well, yeah.

  • I was like 13 or 14.

  • You were modeling?

  • Yes.

  • I was studying and I was dancing in the afternoons.

  • And I was also doing some castings and some modeling jobs.

  • I felt that I was so old and I see that,

  • and I'm such a little girl.

  • You're a little girl.

  • And what did you think about modeling at that age?

  • Do you think that's a healthy thing?

  • Well, my parents were there next to me all the time.

  • Very protective and also gave me a lot of freedom.

  • But they watched what I was doing.

  • And it was just a few jobs here and there.

  • I got a TV show.

  • I was presenting a music TV show.

  • And then I started to do some castings for film and television.

  • And when I started to get yes as an answer in the casting,

  • then I have to rethink the whole thing,

  • because I wanted to be a dancer.

  • And then I really love acting.

  • I went to a theater school for four years.

  • And then I just took that path and took the risk.

  • And look, that worked out.

  • And what kind of dance did you learn when you were young?

  • Ballet?

  • I did ballet.

  • Yeah?

  • That's really hard.

  • Classical ballet.

  • Very tough, but I loved it.

  • I was being a teenager, working in movies.

  • Like I also had gone through a lot of tough things

  • doing ballet, and the feet are bleeding

  • and your nails fall off.

  • I know.

  • These people are like beautiful

  • and then their feet are disgusting.

  • They really are.

  • Beautiful people with hideous feet.

  • Hi.

  • I'm Andy.

  • Ellen asked me to remind you to subscribe to her channel

  • so you can see more awesome videos.

  • Like videos of me getting scared or saying embarrassing things,

  • like ball peen hammer.

  • And also some videos of Ellen and other celebrities,

  • if you're into that sort of thing.

You were at the Golden Globes the other night.

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