Drew Barrymore Fans Are Screaming 'Protect This Woman' After Seeing Her Latest TikTok

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Drew Barrymore Fans Are Screaming 'Protect This Woman' After Seeing Her Latest TikTok
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  • Actress Drew Barrymore is a national treasure.

  • And if you're not fully convinced, please look at her latest TikTok.

  • She posted a quick video on her TikTok saying, "Whenever you can, go out into the rain. Do not miss the opportunity!"

Actress Drew Barrymore is a national treasure. And if you're not fully convinced, please look at her latest TikTok.

The Drew Barrymore Show host has fully immersed herself in the world of TikTok and her content does not disappoint. One thing is for sure—she's not scared to show some emotion. Ever since sharing an apartment renovation that brought her to tears after discovering a covered window, the 47-year-old is doing whatever she can to fill her days with happiness. Her latest tactic? Dancing in the rain!

She posted a quick video on her TikTok saying, "Whenever you can, go out into the rain. Do not miss the opportunity!"

With a contagious smile and a love for being drenched in the rain that we're still trying to learn, Drew is obviously living her best life. After somehow managing to squeeze more happiness into a 13-second video than we've possibly ever felt, fans quickly ran to the comment section to share their support with messages like:

  • "Watching her heal her inner child makes me so happy"

  • "PROTECT THIS WOMAN"

  • "This is all I needed today"

  • "This is so main character! I love it"

This isn't the first time, the Firestarter actress has suggested using rain as a natural remedy. Back in May, Drew posted a make-up free and completely drenched video of herself once again telling people not to miss the opportunity to enjoy some time in the rain.

We can probably all agree that we're just happy to see Drew happy. After all, the star experienced a rough childhood after being thrown into Hollywood at a young age. In her 1991 book, Little Girl Lost, the actress has was extremely candid about her struggles with alcohol and drugs before even being able to legally drive. Now, the mother of two is revisiting that childhood joy whenever possible.

Moral of the story? The next time it's raining where you are, do what singer Natasha Bedingfield said and just "feel the rain on your skin."

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