Actress Drew Barrymore is digging Justin Bieber using her face to sell t-shirts for his Drew House fashion line and even doing some PR for it.
Barrymore and Bieber’s friendship continues to grow with both posting on social media about the new clothing, following months of the actress and singer trading shoutouts to each other.
She posted a photo of a new shirt being sold that features an image of her posing with her hands on her face.
Barrymore simply captioned it, ”Drew ❤️ @drewhouse.”
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She wasn’t done there and posted a separate photo of Bieber wearing a shirt with her face on it. This time the photo was from her childhood days from the movie “E.T.”
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Bieber’s Drew House Instagram account also posted photos with various models wearing the shirt.
The actress even gave the photo a like and is clearly digging Bieber’s new clothes.
Honestly, we totally get Bieber’s admiration for Barrymore. She was born into a Hollywood dynasty family as the granddaughter of legendary actor John Barrymore.
She has been working steadily in the industry since she was only 11 months old. Barrymore had a rebellious period as a child but came out on top.
Barrymore has starred in such classics as “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial,” “Firestarter,” “Poison Ivy,” “Scream,” “The Wedding Singer,” “Ever After,” and “Never Been Kissed” … all before the year 2000.
She would follow those iconic movies with “Charlie’s Angels,” “Riding in Cars with Boys,” “Fever Pitch,” “50 First Dates,” “He’s Just Not That Into You,” and the hit television adaptation of “Grey Gardens.”
Many of those films were produced by Barrymore’s production company, Flower Films, which she launched in 1995 with her long-time producing partner Nancy Juvonen.
The actress recently starred in Netflix’s “Santa Clarita Diet” which aired for three seasons until recently wrapping up, which she also produced.
She is also quite the mogul with her having FLOWER by Drew, a line of home apparel sold at Walmart, sells makeup under the Flower Beauty name and even sells her own eyewear.
Josie Grossie would be proud.