After all, the shower controversy that has revived Hollywood over the past three weeks is far from over.
Matthew McConaughey is the unwitting protagonist of another chapter, “dragged” by actress Yvette Nicole Brown (from the “Society” series), who spoke about the actor’s old statements about personal hygiene.
After reading in a 2005 interview that he’d washed and brushed his teeth several times a day, but had no smell and “for 20 years” hadn’t used deodorant or cologne, the actress revealed that she went to great lengths to get herself approached and “sniffed” Matthew McConaughey. When they worked together on the movie “Tropical Storm” (2008).
“My first thought was, ‘I’m going to get as close to him as possible to see if he’s right [sobre não ter odor], he said in an interview with programa “The Jess Cagle Show” by SiriusXM.
The verdict is clear: “It has no smell. It smells like granola and the good life. It smells sweet-sweet.”
The debate over the regularity of bathing began when Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis said they only wash their children when they are visibly dirty.
This was followed by the differing opinions of Kristen Bell, Jake Gyllenhaal, Dwayne Johnson and Jason Momoa, and the topic of personal hygiene even made its way onto US shows with large national audiences, such as The View and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
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