Bryce Dallas Howard Demonstrates How Easily She Can Cry On Command And It’s Seriously Impressive.

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Bryce Dallas Howard has “one special skill,” and it’s crying on demand in the most heartbreakingly realistic way. 

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The Jurrasic Park star sat for a Q and A with Wired, and one of her questions was about her ability to shed tears. Most established actors possess the power to turn on their emotions at any given moment, but crying seems to be a special talent reserved for the best. 

Bryce Dallas Howard would be considered one of the most elite stars in Hollywood if the ability to cry on command sets the bar. 

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“Should we test it out?” she asked in a TikTok video. 

Bryce Dallas Howard Walks Us Through The Process

“So, it’s not something that takes a tremendous amount of effort,” she continued. “Basically, what happens is, as I’m talking, I just lift my soft palate. My voice starts to tremble a little bit.” 

As Bryce continued to explain, her eyes welled with tears, and her voice began to shake. She looked and sounded absolutely heartbroken. We actually felt bad for her. 

“It’s purely technical,” she added. “It’s not at all something that I’m feeling. I’m not feeling upset right now like whatsoever. But, it’s just, you know. It looks like I’m getting really upset. But I’m not.”

“I can definitely, definitely, definitely, without question, anytime you want me to. I can cry on command, okay?”

We believe you, Bryce. 

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After an Oscar-worthy performance, she paused and let out a giant belly laugh. 

“Impressive, and it’s a little scary,” someone wrote in the comments. 

“THE WAY SHE LAUGHED AT THE END AFTER PUTTING ME THROUGH THAT,” shouted a fan. 

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