beside oneselfidiom

  • ja〔極度の喜怒哀楽で〕われを忘れて、取り乱して
  • enovercome with strong emotions, such as anger, worry, joy, or excitement

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Ellen, please feel better.
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And thank you so much.
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This was an enormous honor.
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I am beside myself.
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Thank you for letting me host this.
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And I will see you outside the Oscars, lurking.
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But what does Michael Jackson do while that's happening?
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He was not present at that moment.
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- When he came in the room — I was 10 — he was beside himself. - Yeah.
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- He was so upset. - Yeah.
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He felt terrible.
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So my mom called me into the kitchen.
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She said, "The organized of the March for Our Lives wants you to speak there."
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And I was freaking out.
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I was beside myself because I had wanted to go before.
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And she said no because there was too many things going on.
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And so, now I had to.
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- I mean, this was an opportunity. - Right.
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I was just telling you off camera.
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So I was out there a couple of months ago.
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- And it was big then. - Yeah.
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I feel like this show continues to, if it's possible, explode and get even bigger.
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We are just beside ourselves.
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We're overwhelmed that it's resonating with people in such a deep level.
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And we're so proud of it and proud of the work that we're able to do.
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- Well, Sonequa, congratulations on 'Star Trek: Discovery.' - Thank you.
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We're so excited about it.
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Reg is beside himself.
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Look at him.
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Clarke had yet to face the facts of Daenerys' downfall.
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When she did, however, she was beside herself.
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She told Entertainment Weekly:
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"I got myself situated.
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I got my cup of tea.
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I had to physically prepare the space and then begin reading them."
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Excitement turned to anguish as Clarke learned of the events that led to Dany's devastating
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death: her desperate fight against the undead, the deaths of her closest friends and allies,
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the loss of her second dragon and, eventually, the destruction of King's Landing at her hand.