The actress said, “I told them I would be fine standing next to you for now and then after I got there I was like, ‘Yeah, tell Jimmy I can’t stay next to him. ! ‘
“Tell him he must be six to eight feet, maybe even ten!” She added.
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As Ross said she’s “one of those nervous Nellies” when it comes to caution, Kimmel told her, “If you’re going one way or the other, this is the way to go – too careful. . ”
“I feel like I was built for the pandemic,” she continued. “And then all of a sudden, in month 5, I was like, ‘No I’m not!'”
Ross also discussed returning to work on “Black-ish” and how everything is now taking a lot longer with parts of the process being dropped entirely.
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The star shared, “The rehearsal is my favorite because we are all masked for rehearsal and I don’t know, now with Anthony [Anderson]the beard – but the masks.
“I don’t care what mask he’s wearing, it flattens out completely and then during rehearsal, he starts rolling his eyes up. And I’m like, “Can you see?” and he said, “No, I can’t. And I’m like, ‘Well, you can’t take your mask off!’ ”
She then spoke about the time spent on daily chores.
“The fittings don’t happen. Like, I used to do two hours of fitting a week. Now I’m like, ‘Why don’t we just wear sweatpants all season? Huh? Does this sound like a good idea? ”