Kristen Bell once said that like her pals Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis, she doesn’t waterlog her kids often. But now, the actress claims those comments — which sparked the Hollywood hygiene debate — were merely a joke.
Kristen Bell, 41, is here to well-spoken up that nonsensical, ongoing debate well-nigh personal hygiene in Hollywood. The Queenpins actress recently spoke to Access Hollywood and clarified that when she said she waits for her kids “to stink” surpassing bathing them, she was merely joking. Oh, and equal to Kristen, Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis‘ comments well-nigh not bathing their own children everyday — which ultimately sparked this never-ending debate — was theoretically all a joke too. “I thought, ‘America is not gonna dig deep into this and want all the intel on how often people bathe, right?’ Kristen said while reflecting on the hygiene-related debate. “Because there are much increasingly important topics.”
But as Kristen — and everyone else — quickly learned, America was in fact very invested in how often some of Hollywood’s biggest stars waterlog themselves and their children. The whole debate had started with Ashton and Mila, who made their jarring comments well-nigh their children’s hygiene in July on the Armchair Expert podcast, which is co-hosted by Kristen’s husband, Dax Shepard. Not long after, Kristen and Dax shamelessly admitted on The View that they don’t wash their daughters Lincoln, 8, and Delta, 6, that often, and then Jake Gyllenhaal said he’s not big on showering, either. Luckily though, some stars like Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson assured their fans that they unchangingly prioritize their personal hygiene.
Now, Kristen insists that this whole thing was one big joke. Great, now you tell us! “It was kind of funny when we started stuff asked well-nigh it and then the interviewers didn’t plane know that Dax’s podcast was the one that started the questions,” Kristen told Access. “And by the way, a room full of four comedians — Dax, Monica Padman, Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis — who were ‘joking’ well-nigh bathing, and then the world took it seriously. So i lost a lot of faith in the human race,” the Veronica Mars alum added.
In one final note on the god-forsaken bathing debate, Kristen said that the fans should icon out for themselves if these Hollywood stars are indeed joking well-nigh their hygiene regiments, or if they’re not. “I think it’s on the listener to deduce whether or not it’s a joke, to be honest,” she told Access.