Reese Witherspoon Says ‘Legally Blonde’ Changed Her Life Forever, Reveals She Took 77 Pairs Of Shoes From The Set

Reese Witherspoon discusses “Legally Blonde” and its impact on her life during an appearance on Friday’s “Graham Norton Show”.

Talking about fame, Witherspoon says: “I was in England making ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ when ‘Legally Blonde’ came out in America. When I went home my life had changed forever.”

Revealing she kept a few — very expensive — souvenirs from the 2001 flick, she continues, “I kept the whole wardrobe, including 77 pairs of Jimmy Choo shoes. I had it written in my contract! I didn’t touch them until the 15th anniversary and then had a lot of fun trying them on with my daughter.”

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Witherspoon is joined on the show by her “Morning Show” co-star and fellow executive producer Jennifer Aniston.

Aniston says of her role on the much-talked-about series, “My character has a lot of rage. I have meltdowns, which were really fun to do because as a rule I just don’t do that in my personal life.”

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Witherspoon interjects, “I had meltdowns a lot, but mine were very close to the surface. I have three kids!”

When asked about exec-producing the series, Aniston adds, “We were very hands-on. It was very different to the last time I was on television. This was like a film schedule. It was such hard work, but so much fun.”

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