Is Sarah Michelle Gellar falling on hard times after the cancellation of her CBS show The Crazy Ones? Not exactly. The Buffy The Vampire Slayer star was photographed working a lemonade stand charging $4-6 per cup. Before we claim she’s broke you, should know that this photo is just another reason to adore Sarah Michelle Gellar. She’s just a cool mom that sells lemonade and jokes about her acting career at the same time.
The actress shared the photo with her Twitter followers while captioning it quite cleverly “Got to earn a living somehow rt?” Since sharing the photo of herself selling lemonade, many of her fans have reacted, and some even hilariously suggested that she liquor up the lemonade for an extra kick. At least we know that if it gets really hard for the Gellar-Prinze household, she can probably rely on her congeniality for a minimum wage job.
Got to earn a living somehow rt? pic.twitter.com/RgoeIkl406
— Sarah Michelle (@RealSMG) July 13, 2014
Here’s a few clever responses from her Buffy fans.
@RealSMG who wouldn’t buy lemonade from you? Lets have a cup and discuss vampires ;) — Georgie (@georgesuxx) July 13, 2014
Some have even suggested that she ventures outside of the lemonade business.
@RealSMG I think you’d make more money running a kissing booth
— Kerry Leigh Moore (@Kezleigh) July 13, 2014
As some may know The Crazy Ones marks the second show that has kicked the bucket starring Sarah Michelle Gellar. Besides the CBS show, Gellar tried going back to her younger demographic on a CW show called The Ringer. Although it seemed like a match made in heaven, The Ringer wasn’t pulling in the ratings that the CW was hoping it would and was cancelled after one season.
As for other projects, Gellar occasionally does voice work for the animated television series Robot Chicken. Aside from her career, Sarah Michelle Gellar is also the mother to two children, Charlotte Prinze, 5, and Rocky Prinze, 2. The actress married I Know What You Did Last Summer co-star Freddie Prinze Jr. in 2002 after two years of dating. Mutual friend and choreographer Adam Shankman officiated the wedding between the two stars.
— Az (@AZuLikeIt) March 13, 2014
The pair went on to star in the 2002 film Scooby-Doo and the sequel Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed.
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