Which Celebrity Made Drew Barrymore Cry Live On Her TV Show?

Drew Barrymore got super emotional on the set of her talk show... again. Barrymore isn't shy when it comes to opening up about her true feelings in front of fans. The actor previously got real on Instagram with a tearful photo in hopes to relate to her 14 million followers. "I propose some days are great and beautiful," Barrymore began. "What I can't hide is that some days are difficult and not so pretty." With a photo of herself in full tears, the "Charlie's Angels" star went on to admit, "sometimes life can just get to you and take you down for a minute! But we cry and then pick ourselves up and put one foot in front of the other."

Barrymore's effort to be relatable to her fans extends not only to her social media pages but to the set of her hit CBS talk show. "I really want to have [it be] authentic," the star told ET as she looked towards Season 2 of the show and her desire to return to the era of "playfulness" in daytime television that she grew up with. "I also think that this is a time where we can get back to some of that sweetness that television had," Barrymore said. "There was a gentleness and hopefulness that I think we need back."

Her first step? Letting her emotions fly as she interviewed one celebrity that made an impact on her outlook on relationships.

Drew Barrymore got teary over 'Sex and the City'

In a stop on her press tour, Kristin Davis chatted with Drew Barrymore about "Sex and the City'"s next chapter, "And Just Like That..." and the moment quickly turned into a sob fest. "You have been such a part of our lives," Barrymore gushed, thanking the actor for her role as Charlotte in the HBO franchise. "I don't know what a lot of my life would be without [the show], it's so much more than a show; It's our growing up, it's our development, it's our cultural references... I will quote the show every day of my life."

While talk show host is hardly the first (nor will be the last) person to thank the ladies of "SATC" for breaking the glass ceiling when it came to female sexuality on television, Barrymore might be the first to cry on TV while doing it. "I mean these friendships that developed — to be told as women... that your girlfriends are everything, that your friendships are that family, are the 'what if I had never met you guys?' moment, I said that to my friends," Barrymore continued as began to tear up. "We all have made those mistakes, [and] we learned alongside of you..."

The "50 First Dates" actor went on to admit she was a bit of "a Samantha" and a bit of "a Carrie" before becoming "the truest Charlotte" when she married Will Kopelman in 2012. "I think now at this point I might be very Miranda."