Tara Reid Appears Inebriated in 'Sharknado' Interview Sparking Concern From Fans

As she struggled to answer questions about Sharknado 6, the wild party girl mumbled in confusion, only maintaining a frozen smile on her face. This Friday on an interview with Today Extra, the actress was caught tumbling over, slurring her words and squinting her eyes in exhaustion!

Although she started off the week strong, Reid appeared to struggle through the aforementioned interview with Channel Nine's "Today Extra" in Sydney on Thursday and another Friday morning with Fox 5 NY.

Tara Reid says she has cut her "Sharknado 6" press tour short because of a bad back.

A day after a freakish interview with an Australian TV show went viral, the actress tweeted she was bowing out of the remainder of her press obligations for the franchise's final movie because of health issues. Finally, she was able to spit out a coherent sentence.

"This one, you guys, honestly is beyond... it's my favourite one", she told the anchors, barely getting the words out.

Meanwhile, according to News Corp Australia, Tara fumbled with her earpiece and microphone and was repeatedly tripped up by the satellite delay between Sydney and NY.

"One time when I was visiting in Australia I took a helicopter over, we were landing in a hotel, and as we took the helicopter over we went, like, really low down and I saw the netting", she said.

"There's a lot of talk about it". Or maybe she's been looking directly into too many Sharkandos...

In 2008, the star checked herself into rehab for alcohol addiction.

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