Sarah Michelle Gellar‘s kids, Charlotte, 12, and Rocky, 9, have officially finished watching Buffy the Vampire Slayer, in which Sarah starred as the titular character Buffy for seven seasons between 1997 and 2003. As Sarah, 45, promoted her partnership with the Wells Fargo Active Cash Visa® Card, she revealed to HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY if her daughter is team Spike or team Angel. “I will tell you my daughter is definitely a pro Angel,” the actress divulged. For those who might need a refresher, Angel and Spike served as Buffy’s love pursuits and the tip of the display didn’t expose who Buffy would in the long run finally end up with.
Regarding how each her youngsters felt concerning the cliffhanger finishing, Sarah stated she believes they’re “happy with it” as a result of they watched it goodbye after it ended and didn’t binge-watch it. “I think there’s less pressure on the ending to satisfy so many people because it’s not in real-time. Right?” she theorized. “And so they’re excited to see things wrapped up and they know what’s coming and I think it takes away a little of that. Pressure of pleasing everybody. And I think you’ll find that with most shows that people discover later. They’re less critical of an ending or things they don’t like. It’s sort of an interesting phenomenon with streaming and binging.”
As for her different tasks, Sarah stated she is going to “probably let” Charlotte see Scream quickly, however stated she does now not want to watch Cruel Intentions till she’s married. “I’m not sure anyone needs to see their mother in that movie,” she quipped.
The I Know What You Did Last Summer megastar additionally spoke about getting again out following her coronavirus prognosis. “Talking about Active Cash and Wells Fargo today has really hit home for me because I’ve been feeling down and feeling sorry for myself and I’m like, ‘I’m going to go online shopping and I’m going to buy myself some new clothing so that when I get out of this, I’m going to be fabulous,’” she recalled. “It’s like you realize how important those moments of joy and those things that make you smile are, and that we really need to do them and bring those into our life. It was like kind of a funny full-circle moment.”
The collaboration between Sarah and Wells Fargo is supposed to “help consumers pursue their passion via an Instagram sweepstakes.” The sweepstakes, which launches June 24 and ends July 1st, will give 10 other folks a possibility to win budget ($400 every) for his or her spare time activities, and two of them gets a 30-minute monetary session with Marsha Barnes, a licensed monetary, social employee, and founding father of The Finance Bar.
“I love what they are doing,” Sarah endured. “It’s hard after two years of sitting on your couch and not going anywhere. It makes you realize that life is short and we have to take advantage of those things that bring us joy and and be smart about them too, not go crazy, but really encourage ourselves to dip our toe back in and to keep doing those things.”