It's often said that celebrities, with their luxurious and privileged lifestyles, can miss out on the simple things in life. Well, Drew Barrymore is here to prove this sentiment wrong as she hilariously documented her life-changing time outside in the rain. The adorable and endearing footage of the actress enjoying her time with nature's elements had everyone falling in love with the star again and again - Fifty First Dates style.
In a video uploaded for her 6.2 million TikTok followers, a deliriously happy and smiling Drew can be seen running through the rain on a July summer's day. "Whenever you can go out into the rain, do not miss the opportunity!" she shouts to the camera while soaking wet. Stepping outside with her glasses on, she begins to giggle as the raindrops land on the lenses. Starting off in Hollywood at just 11 months old, it comes as no surprise that perhaps she missed out on these simple life pleasures.
With Drew's infectious smile and laugh radiating through the camera, the video took the internet by storm (no pun intended!) With over 3.8 million likes and over 46,000 comments, viewers could not get enough of Drew's enthusiasm for life. She has a million-dollar home, two adorable children, a mega-successful movie career, and even her own talk show - but it's a run in the rain that makes her the happiest.
"I want to experience simple joy like this," one user commented. "I wanna live like drew," agreed another. "Your inner child must be so grateful for you right now," wrote one user. "I absolutely love how real you are, stay true to yourself! You are beautiful and amazing," a passionate fan wrote. Taking this all a step further, the actress went on to inspire a new TikTok trend that has people appreciating life's underrated pleasures - Barrymore style. Titled the #drewbarrymorerainchallenge, TikTok users all over the world are running happily out into the rain and dubbing Drew's inspiring words. No rain in your area? No problem, creators have got imaginative, using sprinklers and indoor showers to create the same result. Try at your own risk, folks.