Dijon isn’t a fan of Gilmore Girls, but she does like the power of being in the franchise

Grey Poupon’s Don’t Worry Dijon wants a taste of Olivia Wilde’s salad-dressing drama and to get more information about the project, because she’s dying to know more. (In a movie where there would be no chance of talking to her, of course.) “It is very important to me, because I’m involved with the film. I’m working as an associate producer on it and love the film,” the 22-year-old told UsWeekly recently this week. “I’d love to have more stories to share if there are any coming out of it, because I want to know what kind of stories she’s had to tell and what types of stories to tell.”

Since Witherspoon is the one who is credited for bringing the character of Olivia Wilde into existence, it makes sense that she’d get in touch with the actress — who is currently the star of Gilmore Girls — at this early stage.

Dijon, who told UsWeekly that she is not a fan of the movie as much as she loves Witherspoon and the character, has made her voice clear when it comes to the question of “fame,” which she said is her main goal in life. “I want to help people so they can be happy and not always be miserable,” she said. “I don’t want to be famous so I can eat lobster and have all the power.”

What she does like, though, is the star power that comes with being in a huge franchise like Gilmore Girls — something she considers to be important to the world. “I really like the fact that there’s more than one person who plays a significant character,” Dijon said. “I think it’s really cool for someone to be able to go through an entire life story of an individual and then just be able to go away from that and just be able to keep playing them for an entire season or two.”

“I don’t know if I deserve to be in Gilmore Girls,” she added. “I mean, I’m just one person, and of course I was an incredibly good friend, but I don’t think I deserve any of the fame or the power that would be attached to it.”

“Fame” as in “celebrity” or “fame” as in “money” is a word that seems to have become a bit of a fetish lately, and with this in mind

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