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Egyp­tAir stood by its story af­ter Amer­i­can ac­tress-pro­ducer and di­rec­tor DREW BAR­RY­MORE’s spokesper­son de­nied she took part in an in­ter­view with the air­line’s in-light mag­a­zine that went vi­ral over its bizarre con­tent.

“This in­ter­view with Drew Bar­ry­more in the Egypt Air in light mag­a­zine is, umm, sur­real,” jour­nal­ist and Ye­men ex­pert Adam Baron wrote on Twit­ter.

The post, which in­cluded pic­tures of the three-page in­ter­view in the print edi­tion of the mag­a­zine, has been liked or shared more than 10,000 times since Baron tweeted it on Tues­day.

A spokesper­son for Bar­ry­more told the Huf­in­g­ton Post web­site that the ac­tress “did not par­tic­i­pate” in the in­ter­view and that her team was “work­ing with the air­line PR team”. But Egyp­tAir in­sisted the in­ter­view was le­git­i­mate.

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