Zellweger ‘doesn’t remember her 30s’
Renée Zellweger said she barely recalls what life was like when she was at the height of her career.
"I don't remember most of my 30s," she said on CBS Sunday Morning.
"Sounds like a joke, but it's true. It just feels compressed," the New York Post reports.
From the late '90s to early 2000s, the now 50-year-old Zellweger starred in hit films like Jerry Maguire and the Bridget Jones franchise.
In 2004, at age 34, she won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Cold Mountain, a milestone that may have slipped her mind.
"It feels like it just happened like that," Zellweger said, snapping her fingers. "I didn't want that to happen again … and then I started to repeat myself, and I'm tired of myself."
This isn't the first time Zellweger has shared that her memory was strained.
In September 2016, she told The Advocate she "forgot" about her marriage to ex-husband Kenny Chesney, which lasted only four short months and was annulled.
"I forgot about that," she said. "It's a pretty big thing to forget, isn't it?"
After taking a brief break from the public eye, Zellweger has now been thrust back into the spotlight for her upcoming role as Judy Garland in Judy.
"I never want to put her away," she said of the part. "I fell in love and I'm there to stay."
This story originally appeared in the New York Post and is reprinted with permission.