Drew Barrymore says daughter ‘tries to pants’ her when she’s not wearing underwear

Drew Barrymore says daughter ‘tries to pants’ her when she’s not wearing underwear

Drew Barrymore revealed on her eponymous talk show Thursday that one of her daughters has a penchant for pantsing.

The confession came up while Barrymore, her co-host Ross Mathews, Boy George and “Saturday Night Live” star Chloe Fineman were discussing Page Six’s recent interview with Martha Stewart in which the lifestyle legend admitted that she doesn’t wear underwear.

Do you ever go commando?” Mathews asked the group. “Or is that a no, no?”

Before Mathews could even finish his sentence, Barrymore shot her hand into the air.

“I do,” Fineman said, as she also raised her hand.

The “50 First Dates” star revealed on Thursday that one of her daughters always “tries to pants” her because she doesn’t wear underwear. CBS/The Drew Barrymore Show The reveal caught co-host Ross Mathews by surprise as he explained that going commando “freaks [him] out.” CBS/The Drew Barrymore Show

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Although Fineman, 35, said she only goes underwear-free as a last resort, the 49-year-old revealed that she “enjoys commando.”

The “Charlie’s Angels” star then took it a step further, admitting that her affinity for going commando is well-known in her household.

“My daughter tries to pants me all the time too because she knows I’m not wearing any underwear,” the actress said.

While Matthews appeared shocked by the revelation, Barrymore was quick to clarify that her daughter only does it as “a joke.”

“My daughter tries to pants me all the time too because she knows I’m not wearing any underwear,” Barrymore said. Instagram/@drewbarrymore She is mom to daughters Olive, 11, and Frankie, 9. Stefanie Keenan

However, the “50 First Dates” star noted that she has made it very clear that the prank needs to remain “an inside the house thing.”

Regardless of the situation, Mathews said he could never leave the house without a pair of underwear on.

“It freaks me out. It makes me so — anything could happen. It could go real left,” he said, to which Barrymore quipped, “You mean like having your daughter come up and pull your pants down?”

The actress is mom to two daughters — Olive, 11, and Frankie, 9 — with ex-husband Will Kopelman; however, she didn’t reveal which one is behind the pantsing prank.

Barrymore didn’t reveal which of her two daughters is the prankster. WireImage She shares the girls with ex Will Kopelman. Instagram/@willkopelman

She recently revealed that one of the two girls has been using her past as as a bargaining chip against her.

During Tuesday’s taping of “The Drew Barrymore Show,” the actress told guest Christina Aguilera that her daughter recently brought up her 1995 “Playboy” cover during an argument about age-appropriate clothing.

“My daughter wants to wear a crop top,” Barrymore explained. “I’ll say, ‘No,’ and she’ll go, ‘You were on the cover of Playboy.’”

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Barrymore recently sat down with Christina Aguilera to talk about the difficulties of motherhood. During their conversation, Barrymore revealed that one of her girls has been trying to convince her to let her wear crop tops.

Aguilera — who also has a 9-year-old daughter — noted that her tween tries to pull the same stunts on her.

“My daughter wants to wear a crop top, too, and I’m just like, ‘Can we just pull it down?’” she said.

The hitmaker explained that she tries to have an open line of communication with her kids and often reinforces the idea that it’s all about intent.

“I think it’s important for her to have a strong sense of self but also to be very empowered with her body and eventually with her sexuality,” Aguilera said.

“So I want her to just really know herself first.”