Drew Barrymore is in desperate need of pizza.
On Monday, she posted an Instagram photo of a slice of pizza behind glass with text that read: "In Case of Emergency, Break Glass." Drew captioned the image, "This is exactly how I feel on my diet right now!"
Drew's been dieting for a few months. In December, the 43-year-old Santa Clarita Diet star revealed that she had lost 11kg through diet and exercise (giving a special shout-out to Marnie Alton, founder of Barre Belle).
"You can tell my face is so much thinner," she wrote. "This takes me so much work. Diet and exercise and fighting like a lion for it! Damn you genetics! And yet thank you for all the good stuff. I love where I come from (JOHN ETHEL LIONEL) and whatever package it comes in. I just know that I have the control to be what I want. Even if it is hard AF!”
Drew def puts in the work. Instead of going out and partying on New Year's Eve, she hit up a 305 Fitness dance class. "@305fitness getting my New Year's Eve dance on because I am too old to go clubbing," she wrote on Instagram.
Drew also posted an Instagram appreciation video for her "guru" Kimberly Snyder, author of the new book, Recipes for Your Perfectly Imperfect Life. "She is my guru and a genius. And a great heart," Drew wrote. "If you want to learn about everything from digestion to inner peace, she is your girl. She cured me naturally [of] so many ailments. She is the real deal."
It's not the first time Drew gave Snyder a shout-out for her guidance. In 2017, Drew lost 9kg, according to Us Weekly, and she credited Snyder for getting her there. "I feel really great," she said. "I followed Kimberly Snyder's methods, but I added some protein like fish and chicken since she's all vegetarian or vegan. I've been very disciplined and all I did was cry and dream about pizza. I still am dreaming and crying about pizza."
So, now we know two things for sure about Drew: Girl is a rockstar when it comes to losing weight—and definitely has a thing for pizza (same, Drew, same).
This article originally appeared on Women's Health US.