Hitting the talk show circuit to promote her upcoming movie "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close" ahead of its January 20th release date, Sandra Bullock turned up at NBC Studios in Burbank, CA on Monday night (December 19).
The Oscar winning actress looked beautiful in blue as she made an appearance on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" - during which she talked about breaking the law for Christmas.
Asked whether her family has any holiday traditions, Miss Bullock replied, "Basically now since my mother passed we break the law because we have to manage to smuggle German sausages into the country and apparently bringing meat across the waters is against the law. So literally we send out, you know, SOS to about five people that they should send us meats."
Curious about the particulars, Leno chimed in, "So it has to be German sausages?"
To this, Sandra continued, "It has to be, they're from Nuremburg. Say it the American way or people go 'Why do you say it the German way?' And they're these little sausages that you just have them shipped in and you fry them up with some sauerkraut and potato salad, but they have to be the right ones because they sell a lot that are imposters."