Man, Katherine Heigl is the fucking worst. Every single time this woman opens her mouth, she’s complaining about how hard done by she is and how the world is unfair and she’s so misunderstood or she needs money or she wants work or she doesn’t want to work or blah blah blah. It’s so exhausting just having her as a human being on this planet in the celebrity sense, so I can’t imagine how insufferable she is to people who actually know her.
Katherine’s latest bitchfest took place in Good Housekeeping, where she moaned about how tough it was to be a “working mother”, making millions on TV and film projects while most normal human beings are just making ends meet by doing the exact same thing. You see, Katherine believes in “family first” so she had a really tough time reconciling that with getting off her ass to get while the gettin’s good in the acting world.
“I would come home angry and frustrated that I’d missed everything with my kid that day,” Heigl, 35, told Good Housekeeping of being a working mom after she and husband Josh Kelley adopted daughter Naleigh, now 5. “I didn’t get to wake her up from her nap, or do bath time or bedtime. I’d have to sneak into her room and kiss her when she was sleeping, hoping not to wake her up.”
Something had to go—and it wasn’t her baby girl. “I felt like my priorities were messed up,” the State of Affairs star admitted. “I was putting so much time and energy into just my work, but I was raised [to believe] that family comes first.”
Huh, bet she wishes she wouldn’t have quit so soon – now it’s nearly impossible for her to get hired. I know she’s got a new role and all, but something tells me the role – or the show in general – won’t last long and she’ll be back begging for your pennies soon enough. Ugh, awful.