Buckle up for 2021.
Tessa Thompson experienced an unfortunate mishap when driving to take a look at a close friend for New Year’s Eve.
“I drove up a mountain to go to a cabin, and I believed, ‘This will be completely protected due to the fact I won’t see any individual,’” the actress claimed Thursday on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” of averting COVID-19 exposure. “But I bought into a car accident, so I did have a socially distanced conversation.”
Thompson, 37, explained the other automobile was as large as they come.
“I acquired strike by a significant monster truck on the highway,” she stated.
But after Kimmel questioned whether the other automobile was an real monster truck, the “Westworld” star clarified, “Let’s put it this way. It is as ‘monster’ as a truck could be, driving with a regular industrial license.”
She additional, “I received strike, but I’m safe, clearly, and really, the driver was really lovely in the conclude.”
Even though she was a little bit shaken from the accident, Thompson explained that she’s no stranger to fender benders and stated issues could have been significantly even worse.
“I truly feel like I’m so applied to motor vehicle accidents mainly because I was born and elevated in Los Angeles, so it feels like mishaps are my birthright,” she joked. “I’ve had a lot of of them. But this was a nice just one.”
And just after a difficult 2020, the actress is just grateful she’s protected and healthy.
“After this yr I assume there is these gratitude at staying alive that it was sort of the sweetest, loveliest incident of all the kinds I’ve experienced,” she claimed.