- “He’s All That” is a Netflix remake of the 1999 film “She’s All That.”
- Alongside nods to the original, the remake also has many cringeworthy moments.
- Warning: This post contains some spoilers for “He’s All That.”
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In the 2021 version, Padgett (Addison Rae) makes a similar bet with her friends to transform Cameron Kweller (Tanner Buchanan) into Prom King.
In one such instance, a follower writes to Padgett on her live stream sharing that she has a “HUGE pimple” on her face two days before “senior pics.” Padgett responds that applying a little toothpaste to the pimple “dries it right out.”
Unfortunately for Padgett, dermatologists might not agree with her “DIY quick fix” to deal with pesky pimples.
Dr. Heidi Waldorf, a New York-based dermatologist, previously told Insider that toothpaste can actually “worsen pimples and the skin around them” because toothpaste contains ingredients that can irritate skin and strip away the natural fat and protein barrier.
They say they’re at the party to “eat free Pizza Hut” and then minutes later ask if they can “get some KFC to go” when leaving.
Despite the reality star’s wooden delivery, Rae actually told E! News on Monday that she thought Kardashian was “amazing” while filming “He’s All That” with her.
“She really did her part and studying her lines,” Rae said about Kardashian’s cameo. “She was nervous too, and so was I, but we worked together, read our lines together as much as we could and she went in there and did her thing and I’m so proud of her.”
Right after Padgett makes that confusing statement about the lead, the movie plays a quick montage of moments where he was supposedly rude to his classmates in the past.
However, most of the requests Cameron makes — like telling a classmate that it’s inappropriate to be shirtless in school — are actually pretty reasonable.
Not to mention, Padgett had labeled Cameron “a total disaster” only days prior (to be fair, he didn’t know about the rude comment).
Hours later, when it’s dark outside, Padgett has left prom and is standing outside with Cameron when Jessica calls her. Padgett’s phone still says it’s 5:52 p.m.
“Don’t lose her, Cam. We lost mom and there’s nothing we could have done about it,” Brin tells Cameron about Padgett. “But now you have a choice so just don’t lose her, OK?”
Padgett and Cameron have only known each other for a few days when Brin makes this speech, most of which Padgett spent trying to change everything about Cameron.