16 September, 2017
The star took to Instagram to share a throwback video of herself, right after she had a bout of dental surgery and the after effects of some "dental anaesthesia" set in.
We all have those times when we get a little bit too carried away with our emotions.
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The combination of the anesthesia and the laughing gas is an utterly brilliant one: a numb-mouthed, high Garner can be seen crying while discussing a song from the musical Hamilton. To that, we must say thank you from the bottom of our hearts for this magic.
"They did the sad part of Hamilton". They said, are you OK?
"That music is so pretty", Jennifer added while starting to crying. "I told them about it, they have to see it". "It's so handsome, listen to this song.' It was so handsome, the music was so pretty". "They said 'Are you okay?' and I said 'It's so lovely, it's so handsome, '" she adds, as the person on the other end of the line does little to hide their giggles.