Margo Robbie, who was just nominated for an Oscar for her portrayal of former figure skater Tonya Harding in the biopic I, Tonya, sat down with James Corden on The Late Late Show. The two discussed what it was like for Robbie to bring Harding to the Golden Globes as her date.
Robbie described the exciting night, made a little more exciting by Harding's enthusiasm.
Tonya anyway is very unapologetic about who she is and that’s kind of liberating sometimes, especially if you are at a fancy event because she just was not afraid to go up to anyone and say hi and get a picture. She was like, ‘Oh, there’s Meryl. I’m gonna go say hi.'
Of course the controversial figure skater wasn't sure who all the famous people were.
That was even more hilarious. At one point she was like, ‘That is the lovely lady who helped me in the photo line at the beginning.’ She’s like, ‘Hi! Hi!’ waving, and I was like, ‘That’s Sharon Stone. Sharon Stone’s the lovely lady?'
Tonya may hope Stone never gets word. We hear she is no delicate flower.
You can see the full clip below.
People appreciated Robbie taking Harding to the event:
But not everyone was on board. Some still won't forgive Harding:
A big FOPA Tayna one doesn't just walk up to a real celebrity and introduce oneself as if you are now allowed to rub elbows with The Devil wears Prada, it's an all exclusive club no pun attended.— Holding On (@HoldingOn2Me) February 6, 2018