ABC News got the coveted interview Wednesday with the woman who was briefly the face of Healthcare.gov, the perpetually broken Obamacare site.
It was, at one point, an emotional interview for the woman, who simply wanted to be called Adriana. She choked up, saying that the news and Internet chatter about her face on the site amounted to "some form of bullying." And it didn't help that she was egged on by the interviewer, who reminded Adriana that she had been dubbed "glitch girl" and "the most despised face on the planet."
Those names are sort of bad but mostly childish and vaguely annoying.
It's worth remembering she was also called "the enigmatic Mona Lisa of Healthcare," a reference to the most famous, critically-acclaimed painting of all time.
Let's go glass half-full on this one, Adriana.