You might know her as Sue Sylvester from Glee. Or as the hilarious actor who pops up in comedies here and there. She’s one funny lady but really, you have to watch what she told a group of commencing Smith College students in the United States.
It is equal parts belly-clutching hilarious, sad, poignant and funny again. Bookmark this and have a watch when you’ve got a spare moment for some amazing words:
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