AceShowbiz - Jane Fonda doesn't care if she never sets foot on a red carpet again.
The "Grace and Frankie" star opens up to InStyle magazine about how she's been coping during the Covid-19 crisis - and for the veteran actress, the cancellation of premieres and A-list events has been a blessing in disguise.
When asked if she misses getting dressed up and heading out, she insists "no," explaining, "I don't care if I ever do that again. I don't enjoy it; I never have."
"Last fall, I vowed that I would never buy another article of clothing, and I haven't," Fonda adds.
However, the 82-year-old is looking forward to the pandemic passing so she can re-start her climate change activism, explaining, "Well, there's a lot to protest right now, so I can't wait to be able to protest in person... And also to get arrested!"
The star, who recently released her new tome "What Can I Do? My Path From Climate Despair to Action", has been arrested five times while protesting on Fire Drill Fridays - a movement to get people involved in advocating for environmental change.