Christina Applegate says taking shots with Cher is on her bucket list amid MS battle

Christina Applegate says taking shots with Cher is on her bucket list amid MS battle

She'd also like to work with Shirley MacLaine.

Christina Applegate has revealed some of the star-studded dreams on her bucket list. 

The Dead to Me star, who is living with multiple sclerosis, took to social media early Wednesday morning to detail two of those wishes, both of which involve hanging out with some pretty legendary stars.

"There are things I want to do with the days I have left in life," Applegate wrote on X (formerly Twitter). "I want to work with Shirley MacLaine. And do shots with Cher!"

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<p>Getty(2)</p> Christina Applegate; Cher


Christina Applegate; Cher

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And, before anyone could voice their concerns, Applegate clarified that she's well aware she has plenty of life left to live. "And yes, my days are so big," she added. "Just saying."

Applegate's goals are hardly impossible. After all, MacLaine is still working in film and television at age 90, including appearing in two episodes of Only Murders in the Building in 2022. Taking shots with Cher, however, may be a bit trickier — the singer made the decision to limit her alcohol consumption back in 1991.

Applegate has spoken openly about her condition over the years, including on her MeSsy podcast that she co-hosts with her friend and fellow MS survivor Jamie-Lynn Sigler. Last month, the Anchorman actress raised concerns when she revealed that she doesn't enjoy living anymore.

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She clarified her remarks later in a podcast episode, explaining that she was just "talking about some dark stuff that I was thinking and feeling" at the time.

"I feel like when we hold things in, we give them power," Applegate said. "I also think that there's so much shame a lot of people feel when they're going through mental health issues ... and when people hold those in, because they're so afraid to say how they truly feel, we give it immense power."

She added that it's "incredibly healing and important" to express those thoughts, "whether that makes someone uncomfortable or not."

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