On a diet and craving pizza? Don’t worry, Drew Barrymore is too.

On Monday, February 4, the Santa Clarita Diet star took to Instagram to share her massive cravings with her followers, posting a photo of a slice of pizza locked behind glass with text that read: “IN CASE OF EMERGENCY, BREAK GLASS.”

She then captioned the image, “This is exactly how I feel on my diet right now.” #feels

Her pizza withdrawals haven’t come from out of the blue either. Barrymore announced on Instagram in December last year that she had lost 11kg in three months through diet and exercise, thanking Barre Belle founder Marnie Alton for helping make her “goals a reality.”

“You can tell my face is so much thinner,” the Flower Beauty founder wrote in another Instagram post. “This takes me so much work. Diet and exercise and fighting like a lion for it! Damn you genetics! And yet thank you for all the good stuff. I love where I come from (JOHN ETHEL LIONEL) and whatever package it comes in. I just know that I have the control to be what I want. Even if it is hard AF!”

The 43-year-old is no stranger to a hardcore workout sesh. Exhibit A: instead of going out and partying on New Year’s Eve, Barrymore was getting lit at a 305 Fitness dance class. “@305fitness getting my New Year’s Eve dance on because I am too old to go clubbing,” she wrote on Instagram.

But her most recent social media post is not the first piece of evidence proving Drew is just like us and craves pizza constantly; in 2017 Drew lost 9kg by following Kimberley Synder’s weight loss method, according to Us Weekly… and suffered serious pizza withdrawals.

“I feel really great,” she said. “I followed Kimberly Snyder’s methods, but I added some protein like fish and chicken since she’s all vegetarian or vegan. I’ve been very disciplined and all I did was cry and dream about pizza. I still am dreaming and crying about pizza.” Girlfriend, same.

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