Sarah Michelle Gellar Gives 2020 The Middle Finger ‘I Won’t Miss You’!
December 31, 2020 By: The Big Magazine Staff
The “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” actress, Sarah Michelle Gellar, is kissing off 2020 with a big “Fuck You” by posting a selfie while giving the camera the middle finger while wearing a Def Leppard hoodie on her Instagram on New Year’s Eve (December 31).
Gellar’s caption read:
“This is my goodbye to 2020. I have hope for 2021. I hope my children can step foot in a classroom for the first time since March. I hope to hug my friends back home in NYC that I haven’t seen since March. I hope to safely get to leave the state of California and not feel that I am making the jobs of doctors and nurses and frontline workers more difficult. I realize how hard this platform can be sometimes, watching people post perfect snaps of their life or their vacations,” she wrote.
“Let me be the first tell you, my life is not perfect. In fact this year was the hardest I can remember. But it also had its beauty. Never in my life would I have ever been afforded this kind of quality time with my kids and my husband. I will always find the joy in that (even though at times I too get frustrated) And yes, I would love to find myself in new places, exploring new surroundings, but I will continue to choose to be part of the solution and follow the guidelines. I will make the most of this time even though it’s challenging. I will gladly give up this holiday season in exchange for a lifetime of them, for me, my loved ones, and everyone sacrificing. Thank you to everyone doing the same. Peace out 2020 (I won’t miss you).”
The actress later posted to her Instagram story a few more photos of her giving the bird along with a message: "I still don't know what I'm wearing to the living room for New Years Eve. I may not even go."
Gellar joins many celebrities who are taking to social media to wish good riddance to 2020, which has been labeled one of the hardest years across the globe from soaring unemployment cases to record-breaking death tolls due to the Covid-19 pandemic.