Need To Meet: Naomie Harris Video
The British actress tells us about her worst date, what she would discuss with Jesus, and why she'll never grow out of the Sound of Music.
Hey, Naomie Harris and you're watching Marieclaire.com. I live across the road from my family. I'm a real family girl and I can't stay way from my family. I like moved out of home, but just across the road. I take off my makeup and cleanse thoroughly and said a quick prayer. I like the facts that I can eat whatever I want and don't put on any weight. People hate me for it, my friends in particular. I love, love, love food, so I'm just so grateful that I don't have to worry about counting calories or things like that 'coz I don't think I can do it. Still, I'm upset to the Sound of Music. I've watched it like 30 times. It's really sad. I know, I just go out of it, but I still love the Sound of Music. I'm singing along, I'm dancing along. I think I am Julie Andrews, yeah. It would have to be Jesus, you know, so that I could ask him with these questions: What it's all about? How to live a good life? How to be a good person? You know, yeah, one of those kinds of things. Explain some parts of the bible, all of that. I really have a terrible, terrible voice. It is so bad that, you know, my friends tell me, "Please, please don't sing." So, I try to avoid karaoke, but I did, for my last birthday, have a karaoke party, which was so much fun and I found that I do like Madonna's Like a Virgin and I'm okay because it's largely spoken, it's not really singing, so, yeah. Madonna. I went out a date with this guy. He said to me, "You were so much more beautiful when I met you the first time and you're okay now, but you were just so much more beautiful before." That was bad. He needed to go.