Andy Samberg In Therapy For Career Troubles?
Andy Samberg is NOT seeking therapy because he’s allegedly worried his career is in trouble, despite a completely fabricated report. Gossip Cop can exclusively debunk this claim. We’re told it’s “total nonsense.”
According to Star, Samberg is having a hard time getting over the fact that this year’s Emmy Awards, which he hosted, had lower ratings than in previous years. A so-called “source” tells the tabloid, “It was embarrassing, especially for Andy, who put in almost three months getting ready for the gig… He’s lost all his confidence.”
The tabloid’s dubious insider goes on to claim that Samberg is so upset he’s even considering a career change, but before he does that, his wife Joanna Newsom bought him “self-help books” and enrolled him in “therapy with their local rabbi” to get him back on his feet.
Actually, Samberg is not at all worried about his career, because there’s nothing for him to be concerned about. Following the 2015 Emmys, TV analysts blamed the disappointing ratings on the awards show having to compete against “Sunday Night Football,” and not because of Samberg hosting.
Additionally, the comedic actor is currently starring in the third season of the hit FOX show “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” for which he won a Golden Globe in 2014. But that’s not all. Samberg has two major movies slated to be released in 2016.
Despite how baseless the magazine’s allegations are, Gossip Cop still checked in with a source close to Samberg, who exclusively assures us he’s not in therapy over supposed career woes, and the tabloid’s story is “total nonsense.”