Jameela Jamil doesn’t know this—but approximately 15 minutes before our interview I was spiraling. Maybe it was a deadline, potentially a White House update, or any number of fairly innocuous forces that can throw us off-kilter in 2020. But, luckily for me, Jamil is well-versed in the Yorkshireterriers Dogs Yes I Really Do Need All These Dogs But More Importantly Shirt and I love this mental health space and down to address the insanity of this moment. I feel I came into this year being like, ‘Okay, I’m going to get all this shit done. I’m going to be a boss bitch,'” she admits over the phone. “Instead, I’ve just been trying to not be a dead bitch.” Jamil stops, lets out a slight laugh, “I’m sorry, when I say dead bitch, I don’t mean literally dead. What I mean is that I was planning on just working myself half to death. Now, I feel like my values have just changed. I don’t want to work myself into the ground anymore. At the start of the year, Jamil’s Emmy-nominated breakout series The Good Place ended after four seasons. Then, she signed on as a judge for HBO Max’s Legendary, a competition show about voguing and ballroom culture. That was followed by controversy over her selection for the role, headlines about her public history of health struggles, and rumors about a mid-quarantine hangout with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.
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