Katherine Heigl‘s career is all but dead in the water and hanging on by a thread, thanks to her new NBC drama, State of Affairs. She’s notorious for being a raging bitch – or, to put it more politely, “difficult” – which has done her no favours when it comes to remaining a working actress in Hollywood. So here’s a question: does she realize how awful she is?
The actress, who met with the press Sunday to promote her new NBC drama State of Affairs, found herself having to defend the perception that she’s not always a team player on TV and movie sets.
“I certainly don’t see myself as being difficult. I would never intend to be difficult,” the former Grey’s Anatomy star, 35, told reporters in Beverly Hills, California. “If I ever disappointed somebody, it was never intentional.”
Don’t you just love people who refuse to take responsibility for their actions? “I never intended” is basically the equivalent of “Sorry you feel that way”, i.e. you’re wrong and if you don’t like it, too bad. I don’t think anyone has the right to be an asshole, but the arrogance this woman has when she’s not even good at her job – meaning she’s a terrible actress – makes it even more unbelievable. Even Meryl Streep‘s not like that, and Meryl Streep is actually amazing.