2020 is not that bad for certain celebs.
America Ferrera, who portrays ‘Amelia “Amy” Sosa’ in NBC’s fan-favorite sitcom, ‘Superstone,’ said goodbye to 2020, which is full of negatives, with a post announcing the moments she has been grateful for.
The Hollywood star included a variety of pictures and videos of herself that sees her in different places with different people, to show her fans and followers how 2020 passed. In the captions section, Ferrera clarified each picture & video with a note.
Along with a photo, in which she is seen at the hospital to give birth to her son, she wrote that 2020 taught her to be a mother of two during a pandemic and continued:
“Pumped a lot of breast milk while exhausted out of my mind😣 Had very little quality time with my husband but managed to sneak away to celebrate our 15 year anniversary.”
Ferrera also stated she had her last ‘Superstone’ table this year, and said goodbye to ‘How to Train Your Dragon‘ after 12 years. The star added that she is highly proud of having introduced the Netflix series ‘Gentefied‘ and it’s “unbelievably talented cast and crew” to the world. She concluded her listing as follows:
“Did whatever I could to Get Out The Vote (btw, go vote Georgia)🗳 Saved a lot of money doing my own glam for Zoom💄”
After that, the co-founder of the non-profit organization, She Se Puede, expressed she is grateful for the thing coming with 2020, despite all of the losses and the pandemic:
“2020- you were a worthy challenger. I never liked you girl but I respected you, and above all, I’m grateful grateful grateful for the good you gave me- health & safety, time with my family, a deep appreciation for community and brighter days ahead.”
Ferrera’s industry friends, including Mandy Kaling and Melissa Fumero, jumped into the comments section and sent their love to the actor.
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