Maria Bello hasn’t gotten out of bed in 74 days.
At least that’s the way she told it on Saturday at the Women’s March on Main Street, a demonstration at the Sundance Film Festival that’s a sister to the Women’s March on Washington.
“I’ve just gotten out of bed for the first time in 74 days,” Bello said. “Only two things roused me from my depression — Meryl Streep’s speech at the Golden Globes and this March here at Sundance today.”
The crowd went wild at the mention of Streep’s Cecil B. DeMille acceptance speech earlier in January, in a video captured by TheWrap at the rally.
“I want to apologize for not making my p—y hat,” Bello told thousands huddled in a vacant parking lot and the surrounding streets on the festival campus.
Actresses, executives and residents of the resort town turned out in pink, white and purple hats — many of them crafted to resemble female anatomy.
Watch the full clip above, and read more about the Sundance rally here.