Look how far Sandra Bullock has come!

When fans think of the A-list actress, roles in The Blind Side, The Proposal and Miss Congeniality may quickly come to mind. But before winning an Oscar and becoming a household name, Bullock received a spot in a TV series titled Working Girls.

In a throwback video clip from 1990, E! News sat down with the actress known on the series at Tess McGill where her love for Hollywood was totally visible.

"It's amazing. I come to work thinking ‘I'm getting paid for this?'" she shared with E! News before breaking out into song. "I'm getting money. I'm having so much fun."

She continued, "It's really great. It's a job I wish everybody could have."

While it's safe to call Bullock a red-carpet pro today, the actress admits that she was a bit fearful when she first started out in the industry.

"I was so scared when I first started this. Coming in new, I didn't know anybody," she admitted. "This is Hollywood, all these people, they've been in the business for awhile."

Luckily, she was pleasantly surprised with what she experienced from the beginning with her co-stars and team.

"Everybody had such a great sense of humor," Bullock explained. "I'm a goofball to begin with and everybody was exactly the same way."

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