"I said, 'I don't think I want to work anymore.' And it was François who said, 'Oh, no, you're going back to work,'" she surprisingly shares.
"And I said, 'I don't want to.' 'Well, you have to [he said].
We're not putting up with some lazy girl in the house.
What I observed about you, is that you're the best friend anyone could ever have.
Uma Thurman got a ton of support at her Broadway debut!
Salma, who's been happily married to French billionaire Francois-Henri Pinault since February 2009, admits to the magazine that she wasn't always this lucky in love -- in fact, she says she was "desperate" at one point.
"I wish I knew [when I was younger] that I was going to fall crazy in love with the perfect man," she reflects.
Much of the film's plot centers around Cher's gradual realization that her judgment is not infallible - such as with her attempts to give Tai a makeover - and that Cher may benefit from attempting to improve herself or any of her classmates for that matter.
However, some of Cher's attempts at righting the world's minor wrongs indeed produce the results she anticipates, such as with matchmaking between two of her teachers.