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Drew Barrymore's bizarre interview with EgyptAir's in-flight magazine, Horus, went viral on Tuesday thanks to its wild quotes and unflattering portrayal of the actress, but it turns out the entire Q&A is fake. The article's unflattering introduction claims the star has been “unstable in her relationships most of her life,” and a question about her weight states that she “gained several kilos” after giving birth. Drew's spokesperson told HuffPost the actress did not participate in the interview and her team is working with the airline PR team. The dubious interview went viral after writer Adam Baron took to Twitter on Tuesday to share screenshots of the magazine's strange profile, writing: “This interview with Drew Barrymore in the Egypt Air in flight magazine is, umm, surreal.” The piece, which is littered with grammatical errors, falsely claims that Drew has retired from acting until her “daughters can depend on themselves.” Although the interview is about motherhood, the introduction focuses mainly on Drew's failed relationships and marriages.