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Sandra Bullock on Being a Cheerleader in High School

Sandra Bullock on Being a Cheerleader in High School


– Welcome. You know, I feel like
it’s very strange that we’ve been on for so long. You’ve never– this is
your first time here. I feel like you must have been–
– That I– –here before. –never was on your show, yet
I texted you to pick up my son, when I’d never even met you.
So– – That’s right.
– –that’s odd, yeah. We were living
on the same block. And I don’t know
how I had his number, but I was in a panic to
have Louis picked up. And I said, grab the SUV.
Go get Louis. I’m running late. Yeah, I was like, what? And you text back. You go, I don’t have the
SUV, but I have a white van that I can pick your child. And I went– and then– Yeah, I still have
Louis, by the way. Did you want him back? After the weekend
it’d be nice. Yeah, that’s a
weird mistake to make. It’s a weird–
thank God it was you, because I started
thinking about who I could have texted to pick up my son.
– That’s true. That’s true.
– Awkward. Awkward moments.
– You could have done worse. You could have also
done better, I will say. Maybe, maybe.
Yeah, yeah. Well, It’s great
to have you here. – Thank you for having me.
– Thank you for coming. – Thank you.
– You were a cheerleader– Is this right? –in– yeah, that’s
the way we do it. Yeah, is that it?
OK. In high school, you
were a cheerleader. – Oh, I was.
– Correct? I was. I believe we have a photograph
of your time as a cheerleader. [AUDIENCE CHEERING] Does this mean you’re– did you perform at
the basketball games? – Did I cheer?
– Did you cheer? The cheer– it’s
called cheering. Is it called cheering?
Yeah. Yes, yet I had no idea
what I was cheering about. I was not well-versed in
basketball terminology. But I had spirit, and I was
the good bottom at the– what is it called? The pyramid.
I was solid. I was a solid– like, I’m
not even going to say that. I’m not going to say. [AUDIENCE LAUGHING] I was a good member
to be on the bottom. – You were part of the base.
– Thank you. Yes, that’s good. [AUDIENCE CHEERING] That was not going well. So when the team
would score, you wouldn’t know whether or not– I would look to
the head cheerleader. – You– OK, I see.
– Yes, yes. You took your cues. I did not know. I took my cues, and
I obeyed, and I was excited by what was happening. And I said whatever she told
us to say, and I said it. Really? And never at any time
did you go like, oh yeah, now I know how it works?
– No. – When the team that–
– No, no. When the team of the guys
that I go to school with put the ball in the
basket, that’s when I– I get really excited. – Yes, right.
– See– That’s how you knew it. –I knew when be effusive. I knew when to do my job. Thanks for watching, and
remember, every time you click the Subscribe button, one
of your enemies gets destroyed.

46 thoughts on “Sandra Bullock on Being a Cheerleader in High School”

  1. But seriously. Kimmel is the least funny and entertaining person on television and Bullock is a terrible actor and always has been. Fitting they would enjoy each others company.

  2. her new face is awesome she looks a little bit like one of the kardashians now keep it up sandra

  3. This might be politically incorrect But Here I Go… If she only wanted me to sniff her farts for the rest of her life I would do so with a smile ear-to-ear

  4. Ocean's 8 is incredible, and Sandra is so talented and a role model for so many women, and you choose to talk about how she was a cheerleader in high school??? What the hell. Would you ever consider asking a guy about how you used to play football in high school?

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