“Treat others the way you want to be treated. Have no shame in your game- I’m frugal and love to shop sales/clearance sections. I get a lot of questions about where I shop, and although I do shop at brand-name stores, I also raid thrift shops and garage sales for good finds. In fact, most of my outfits that I get lots of comments on cost less than a dollar,” she told BuzzFeed.
“Well in my Emmy speech I mentioned, you know, putting on imaginary capes. Tonight, this cape is not imaginary, it’s rainbow-colored,” she told Vogue on the red carpet. “And we got the black and brown, you know. I’m reppin’ my community, and I want everybody to know that you can be whoever you are, and be completely proud, and be doin’ it, so…let’s not be afraid of who we are.”
So, uh, last week I watched Hotel Transylvania for the first time while I was running on a treadmill at the gym, and, wow, now I guess I’m the franchise’s biggest fan.
Since I’m basically a 55-year-old mom who feels the need to be on IMDb or Wikipedia during a movie so I have fun facts to say out loud while people are trying watch the TV, I now know that Hotel Transylvania 3 HAS THE BIGGEST, MOST AMAZING CAST EVER.
Here’s what the voice actors look like next to their Hotel Transylvania 3 characters (and I hope you say, “Omg, they’re in this, too?!” like I did after every new name):
Eunice, voiced by Fran Drescher
The Kraken, voiced by Joe Jonas
Murray, voiced by Keegan-Michael Key
Johnny, voiced by Andy Samberg
Mavis, voiced by Selena Gomez
Drac, voiced by Adam Sandler
Van Helsing, voiced by Jim Gaffigan
Ericka, voiced by Kathryn Hahn
Wayne and Wanda, voiced by Steve Buscemi and Molly Shannon
Frank, voiced by Kevin James
Griffin, voiced by David Spade
Stan, voiced by Chris Parnell
Vlad, voiced by Mel Brooks
Chupacabra, Jaime Camil
Crystal, voiced by Chrissy Teigen
Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation is currently in theaters. Hopefully now you won’t be the person in the audience who goes on IMDb to figure out who is voicing who.