Stanley Tucci is a little confused by his popularity as a sex symbol.
The Looking for Italy The host, 61, says that while he is delighted by the outpouring of love and support he has received from fans, he is a little overwhelmed by it.
“My wife thinks it’s funny and I’m incredibly flattered,” Tucci said. the guardian. “I don’t get it but I’m glad. Who wouldn’t? Hey, it took a long time.”
Tucci is married to literary agent Felicity Blunt, who is his sister The The Devil Wears Prada co-starring Emily Blunt.
Over the weekend, Tucci showed his followers another example of why social media is loved when he posted a video of himself trying to fix his broken dishwasher. With a friend with him and his wife operating the camera, the actor attempted to unclog the machine by sucking up the liquid with a turkey baster.
“Wild Friday night,” she captioned the video, adding a wrench and a vomit emoji.
“There’s probably a piece of broken glass,” Tucci can be heard explaining after trying to fix the machine. Wearing an apron over his navy sweater and jeans, he expressed his distaste for the stuffy technician. “That’s awful.”
“This is a wild Friday night,” Blunt can be heard saying behind the camera.
In March, Tucci spoke more in-depth about the love he’s been receiving from fans.
“Who says ‘I feel awful about it’? Do people think I’m hot? How awful,” she said. People. “It’s great. I don’t understand it, but I’m very happy.”
After many years in the business as an actor, Tucci became a superstar in 2020 after posting a video of himself making a Negroni cocktail on Instagram. Suddenly, the number of his followers skyrocketed. Best of all, the boost in popularity came by showing exactly who is behind the scenes.
“It completely changed my life,” Tucci continued. “All I had to do was be myself.”
The Big night However, the star has faced his challenges. In 2017, he was diagnosed with cancer at the base of his tongue. Although he is cancer-free these days, he says he could never have made it without his wife’s “undying attention, affection and encouragement.”
The couple have two children, Emilia and Matteo, in addition to Tucci’s three older children, Isabel, Nicolo and Camilla. Tucci lost his first wife, Kate Spath-Tucci, to breast cancer in 2009.
Last year, the actor said CBS Sunday Morning that grief changes form as time passes.
“You never stop grieving. You never stop grieving,” Tucci said. “And it’s still hard after 11 years, it’s still hard, and it always will be hard. But you can’t let it – and he would never want any of us – to wallow in that sadness and let it take over our lives. He would never want that. It wasn’t like that.”
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