'Today' Scores First TV Interview With Sandra Bullock Since Scandal


Sandra Bullock


The actress' first time to appear for Q and A, the interview will discuss largely about her charity project in New Orleans instead of her marital problem.

Sandra Bullock is ready to face the camera again for a one-on-one interview since her ex-husband Jesse James made her embarrassed with his affairs. She agrees to her first television interview, choosing "Today" with Matt Lauer as the media.

The interview will be done Tuesday, August 31 at Warren Easton Charter High School in New Orleans. Bullock is known for her philanthropic work in the city which was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina five years ago on August 24. She adopted a baby boy, Louis Bardo Bullock, who was born there.

Instead of talking about her personal life, Bullock will discuss the opening of the school's on-campus health clinic this month. According to some reports, a school-board member will even join the conversation at some point.

Bullock helped fund the project. Major funding for the $700,000 facility comes from the Kellogg Foundation, The San Francisco 49ers Foundation and the actress.

© AceShowbiz.com


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