Marie Kondo motivated the actress to clean out her junk drawer this week.

By Rachel Sylvester
January 18, 2019
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Stars—they're just like us. Well, at least Jennifer Garner proved she is, after she revealed in a recent Instagram video that she too is guilty of having an unsightly junk drawer in her home. In the post that seeks the help of Marie Kondo, the actress is shown standing in what is presumably her closet, rifling through her belongings. "Is this a rain bonnet?" she asks out loud while tying what is most definitely a rain bonnet around her head.

With her waterproof hairpiece securely in place, Garner continues to sort through her junk drawer, removing a pair of Silken Mist tights ("Why? Why do I have this?"), highlighter, Invisalign retainers, numerous belts ("Is this for the body?") and to her delight, "Doubloons!"

A lint roller and a PopSocket made their way into the mix as well, with Garner poking fun at the phone accessory by saying, "Oh, this is one of those things that makes people, like, smoke their phones."

If the current state of her disarrayed junk drawer wasn't relatable enough, Garner goes on to express frustration over her clutter, even going so far as to ask the Tidy Up Queen herself, Marie Kondo, for assistance.

"@mariekondo—I'm all about it," the actress wrote in a caption supporting the Netflix host of Tidying Up With Marie Kondo and founder of the KonMari method. She followed up her admiration for the lifestyle expert with a few playful hashtags, including "doubloonssparkjoy #junkdrawer and #canyoucomeover.

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The comedic clip is undeniably adorable, and it proves that even the most admirable A-listers are vying to have Marie Kondo over to get their belongings in order. (Do we smell a celebrity version of Kondo's hit Netflix show coming to a streaming service near you?) Even if Marie Kondo's organization method isn't your thing, Garner's video might at least spark you to purchase a rain bonnet of your own before spring.