Susan Sarandon Reveals Whether or Not She’s Looking for a Guy
Plus, what she wants to see in a 'Bad Moms' spinoff!
Like her character in A Bad Moms Christmas, Susan Sarandon is admittedly open to anything when it comes to dating.
The actress recently opened up the shared parallels during a press day with co-star Cheryl Hines for the holiday comedy’s DVD and Blu-Ray release. Though she may not be putting herself out there by grinding on hot strippers the way Isis did in the raunchy flick, the 71-year-old, who split with longtime partner Tim Robbins in 2009 after two kids and a 23-year relationship, told Celebuzz! she wouldn’t be mad either if — in her words — “one falls on my lap literally.”
We recently sat down with Susan and Cheryl to chat about their experiences as real-life mothers and what they’d like to see their characters, Isis and Sandy, do in a possible Bad Moms spin-off. Caution: slight spoilers ahead!
Mama Knows Best
Celebuzz!: As moms yourselves, have you ever done anything super embarrassing to your kids?
Susan Sarandon: That’s my job. Your mother should always be on the verge of super embarrassing.
Cheryl Hines: Yeah. One time for Christmas, the dog had a stocking and I thought it would be funny — don’t ask me why — to put a beer can in the dog’s stocking just to make it look full. I mean, the dog wasn’t going to open its stocking. But then my daughter took it down the stocking and said, ‘Why did Fluffy get a can of beer from Santa Claus?’ It was weird and in retrospect not the best mom choice.
CB!: Speaking of beer, how do you unwind as moms?
CH: Beer! No, we’ve moved onto vodka!
SS: Sometimes, I don’t remember to unwind. I dance a lot in my kitchen. Marijuana.
CH: I take a hip-hop class. I’m really good.
Single and Ready to Mingle
CB!: A Bad Moms Christmas kind of sets up for a Las Vegas spinoff in its ending. Are you on board?
SS: So on board.
CH: We’re ready.
SS: We’re looking at real estate.
CB!: What do you want to see in a possible Bad Moms 3?
SS: You can never have enough strippers in a movie. I have a gambling problem, right? I’m trying not to gamble, so I don’t know what that would mean in terms of what’s happening. Maybe someone in our midst is a good entertainer.
CH: Yeah, we need to get jobs in Vegas. I’d be a good showgirl.
SS: Maybe I’m going to meet some—
CH: Elvis impersonator?
SS: No! A wealthy guy! Like a wealthy guy whose single, who needs a little wildness in his life.
CB!: Wait, for Isis or for you?
SS: Oh maybe! [laughs] I’m not looking for a guy, but if on falls on my lap literally…