Sandra Bullock Learns Why She Shouldn't Google Herself
(PALM SPRINGS, Calif.) -- Sandra Bullock has learned a valuable lesson: never search her name on the Internet.
Appearing Saturday at the Palm Springs International Film Festival, where she accepted an acting award for her performance in Gravity, Bullock recalled how she'd Googled herself and read a comments section to find out what the public thinks of her.
According to People magazine, she then warned, "No human being should ever read the comments sections or ever Google one's self at any time."
One of the things she learned, according to her: "There's absolutely nothing special about her acting. She's not particularly attractive, I can't stand her, she's mediocre. She's over 40."
Bullock, 49, also said she discovered that she and Julia Roberts, who was in attendance, are in a "dispute over George Clooney." She joked, "It's shared custody and we're both fine with it."
She also noted, "[There were] lots and lots of comments about who I've dated. Some are true and some I'll never admit to."
Among the other honorees were Roberts, Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks, U2, and the cast of American Hustle.
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