Twitter Reacts To Olivia Wilde’s Recipe For Divorce Salad Dressing

Yesterday, when a tell-all from a former nanny appeared in the Daily Mail, the drama involving Olivia Wilde, Jason Sudeikis, and Harry Styles picked up steam. The alleged new information concerned the break-up of Wilde and Sudeikis and her subsequent relationship with Styles. Media outlets and fans alike were interested in one particular anecdote: Sudeikis allegedly lost his cool when Wilde made a salad for Styles with a “special” salad dressing. Sudeikis allegedly tried to stop her from leaving their home to meet with Styles by chasing after her and lying under her car as she was leaving.

After publications like Vulture, The Cut, and The Takeout made assumptions about what kind of salad dressing this might be to cause such a purported visceral reaction, many speculated that it might be the vinaigrette that she shared in the Food Network special Questlove’s Potluck, Wilde herself joined the discussion with a single caption-less Instagram story. In the report released on October 18. She shared a photo of a page from the 1983 book Heartburn by Nora Ephron, whose main character makes her own salad dressing from scratch. (And in case anyone is curious, the outfit resembles the one she wore when she shared it with Questlove.)

Given that she and Sudeikis jointly denied the former nanny’s allegations in a statement to Daily Mail, Wilde’s apparent admission of the situation is a little unexpected. In the statement, it was stated that “as parents, it is extremely upsetting to learn that a former nanny of our two young children would choose to make such false and scurrilous accusations about us publicly.” “Her unfortunate 18-month harassment campaign against us, as well as our loved ones, close friends, and coworkers, has come to a tragic conclusion. With the sincere hope that she will now decide to leave our family alone, we will continue to put our attention on protecting and raising our children.

Naturally, Twitter jumped at the chance to figure out what was happening. Initially, there was genuine interest in learning more about the salad dressing.

Others spoke up simply to try to make sense of the ridiculous headlines surrounding this celebrity rumors.

Many people were left wondering what was going through Wilde’s head when she posted the recipe after she shared it, adding a messy new layer to the narrative. Many users also noted that the vinaigrette dressing is a fairly common recipe, removing any air of mystery surrounding what made the salad so special.

Heartburn, an autobiographical book about a failing marriage in which the main character’s husband cheats on her, should also be mentioned; this fact was brought up on Twitter.

Remember that there have been other instances of salad-related celebrity rumors? One user used the occasion to remind people of Jake Gyllenhaal and Kirsten Dunst’s awkward salad photo-op from 2003.

Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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