Welcome to 50 Days of Scott Eastwood, a Just PMSing original series, where we dive deep into the man, the myth, the legend, Clint Eastwood’s son, Scott. Photo by Gage Skidmore.
Scott Eastwood was on the podcast Chicks in the Office (I have never listened to it, not that you asked) and during the interview, the two co-hosts bring up how they previously interviewed his The Longest Ride co-star, Britt Robertson. They said she had a lot of “sarcastic” jabs to throw his way.
But I don’t think Robertson was being sarcastic at all.
“For The Longest Ride, I literally tried to convince myself that I loved Scott Eastwood because otherwise,” Robertson begins to say during the podcast episode they’re referencing.
“It’s probably not that hard,” one of the co-hosts says, laughing.
With that, you think Robertson is being sarcastic, but then she goes on.
“No, it’s very, very hard,” she says. “He’s really a difficult human being. I mean such a sweetheart, but, like, sooo dumb. I love him. I do. I love him, but I would tell him, ‘You have to listen. You can’t listen.’ He’s one of those guys, who’s just like, ‘I’m great. Let’s get on a horse. I’m a cowboy.’ It was a tricky … But I remember being like, ‘Oh, I love this guy, he’s so sweet. He’s so dumb. How nice.’ And then we did the press tour together, and I was like, ‘I wanna pull my hair out,’ because I didn’t have to love him anymore. But again, sweet guy. Wouldn’t say a bad word about him until I did.”
Calling Eastwood dumb is not sarcastic! Calling Eastwood ugly would be sarcasm! But dumb? With peace and love, he probably is!
Eastwood laughs when the co-hosts tell him about what Robertson said and he adds that the two had a great relationship and she is one who can dish it and take it.