Thursday on "The Talk" Katherine Heigl opens up about speaking her truth. Amanda Kloots asks, "Earlier in your career, Hollywood labeled you for being outspoken and speaking your mind, do you think your story would have played out differently today in this post 'Me Too' era?" Heigl reacts, "You know, I think it would. Yeah, I think we've seen that it has. I think there have been women who are speaking their mind and speaking their truth and they aren't being challenged for that. I do think there's a difference between speaking your truth and being kind of defensive and kind of angry and speaking that truth. Which is sort of what I was at at that time. There's a grace that I maybe wasn't experiencing." "There's also something called righteous anger," responds Elaine Welteroth. "Sometimes you have a reason to be mad is all I'm saying." Heigl replies, "Thank you, you are the first person to say that other than my mother, and I love you forever."
Air Date: Feb 4, 2021