Drew Barrymore Just Recreated Her Viral Video, This Time in the Snow

Fans can’t get enough of the actress-producer frolicking outdoors with her pup.
Drew Barrymore

Drew Barrymore.


You’ve no doubt seen the viral video in which Drew Barrymore joyfully urged her fans and followers to get out into the rain. The actress and talk show host just one-upped herself by sharing a similar clip—but this time, in the snow.

The 49-year-old Scream star took to Instagram on Monday to share a video of herself clad in winter-weather gear as she frolicked outdoors with her dog as snow gently fell around her.

“I guess I get excited about snow, too,” Barrymore said with a grin. “If you get the opportunity to go out into the snow, just like the rain, don’t miss it.”

Plenty of The Drew Barrymore Show host’s 17.6 million IG followers were yet again taken with her childlike wonder and chimed in to the comments section with feedback.

“You’re a human anti-depressant. ☮️♥️🪬🤟🏼,” one person noted.

“Beyond adorable and so true ☃️,” content creator Lynn Shabinsky wrote.

“Your joy is so bright you could practically hold it 🩷,” another user observed.

“A ray of sunshine even in the snow! 😍,” someone else gushed.

In July of 2022, Barrymore’s video quickly went viral after fans couldn’t get enough of her sunny disposition while dancing in the rain. To date, it has 23.5 million views on TikTok.

“Watching her heal her inner child makes me so happy,” one person noted of the sweet moment.

“Yea bb enjoy the rain. This is pure joy and I love to see it 🤍🤍,” someone else added.


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