Candice Bergen would ‘rather die’ than wear her ‘Book Club’ passport belt in real life

Candice Bergen, the award-winning actress known for her iconic roles in film and television, recently revealed that she would “rather die” than wear the passport belt she wore in the 2018 film “Book Club.”

Bergen, who played the role of Sharon in the movie, discussed her dislike for the accessory during an appearance on “The Drew Barrymore Show” on May 11. When asked about the belt, Bergen responded, “Oh god, that passport belt. You know, I would rather die than wear that in real life.”

In the film, the passport belt was used as a comedic device, as Bergen’s character was often teased by her friends for wearing it. The belt is designed to be worn around the waist and holds important documents such as passports and tickets, making it a practical accessory for travel.

Bergen’s comments about the belt have since gone viral on social media, with many fans applauding her honesty and sense of humor. Some even suggested that the actress should start a fashion blog, given her penchant for outspoken opinions on clothing and style.

Despite her aversion to the passport belt, Bergen remains a fashion icon in her own right, known for her classic and elegant sense of style both on and off screen. She has previously worked as a model and served as a spokesperson for various fashion brands, and has been featured in numerous magazines for her fashion sense.

“Book Club,” which also starred Jane Fonda, Diane Keaton, and Mary Steenburgen, follows the lives of four lifelong friends who find their lives changed after reading the erotic novel “Fifty Shades of Grey.” The film was a box office success and received generally positive reviews from critics.

While it seems unlikely that Bergen will be wearing a passport belt anytime soon, fans of the actress can continue to admire her timeless sense of style and irreverent wit in her future projects.

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