Okay, so maybe that wasn't entirely her intention. However, Bullock's husband troubles did not leave her unsullied, and the whole Nazi-sympathizer taint isn't so easy to wash off — even if she never knew about it, it's hard not to get a little of that stink on your hands. But Bullock was sweet as pie in her interview, talking about her work in NOLA, her adopted 7-month-old son Louie (her "little Cajun cookie"), and her wonderful friends. First, here's the new mom talking about poop. Because what can a morning-show audience relate to more than a shitty diaper?
She doesn't get into the whole Jesse James scandal, but she does touch on the idea of privacy. As Matt Lauer points out, Bullock managed to keep out of the spotlight during a very, very public separation. Bullock explains that it's all about her friends, who know that if "they screw up... I will cut them."
Throughout it all, Bullock seems almost excessively normal, which is kind of her thing. She is poised, but not quite as polished as some stars, and that's why we, as a country, loved her so much in the first place. It's good to see her back.