Bryce Dallas Howard confesses she's a reality TV addict, or at least when it comes to one famous family!
“Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” Bryce admits when asked what her guiltiest pleasure in life is. "I had never watched it, and then when I was super-pregnant I was overdue and I actually had a pretty bad injury and I got put on bed rest and I couldn’t move. And I asked my friends, 'What should I do?' Because I just wanted to be productive.
"They’re like, 'Listen, you got a 5-year-old running around, on bed rest, you just need to do what you want to do most. What is that? Do you want to read magazines? Like what do you want to do?' And I was like, 'I just want to watch the Kardashians, I never watched it before! I just really want to see what this is all about.' And I have since watched every single episode. I love it … I love it!"
Bryce is the daughter of Happy Days actor-turned-acclaimed movie director, Ron Howard
And if she were ask Kim Kardashian one question, what would it be?"
"Oh my gosh. What would it be?" Bryce ponders. "I would probably go a little deep and say, 'How do you keep yourself sane?'
Bryce's guiltiest pleasure in life is watching Keeping Up With The Kardashians—she's watched every episode!
"You know, it’s a lot. There’s a lot of attention and criticism. I would say, 'What are your strategies, what are your tips? Do you just not go on the Internet or do you have a perspective that just really grounds you? Or do you kind of have a light philosophy?'
"I would probably go there and ask something like that because whatever your opinion is of their family, they’ve kept their family together and they love each other and stay very strong and seem to stay very united. I’m just very interested in that because what they’ve been through is something that not a lot of people have gone through."
Bryce, 32, made her acting debut in her dad's 1989 movie, Parenthood
And, when it comes to a subject close to her own heart, criticism over baby weight gain, Bryce—who is mom to son Theo, 6, and daughter, Beatrice, 16 months—doesn't hold back!
"I don’t know what a solution is, but I really wish that people wouldn’t [criticize women over their weight] because it’s genuinely bullying," Bryce says. "And for some reason people are accepting that form of bullying and it doesn’t just affect celebrities. It’s online and kids with one another on Facebook.
Bryce came under fire for the amount of weight she gained during her two pregnancies, and for not losing it quick enough!
"It’s just not acceptable. It’s cruel, it’s malicious and if saying that out loud to a person’s face wouldn’t be tolerated, then it shouldn’t be tolerated when it’s done anonymously. I think it’s kind of a shallow side of our culture and our society and I hope at some point we evolve beyond that because it hurts a lot of people."
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