Fergie wishes to clarify on Quentin Tarantino‘s habits towards her while shooting 2006’s Planet Terror
In a freshly resurfaced, behind-the-scenes interview with the pop vocalist, who starred in the movie’s Grindhouse double function, Fergie declared Tarantino bit her on set of the zombie flick. More than a years later on, Fergie informed E! News their interaction was all in great enjoyable– however does not desire her “amazing” experience dealing with the director to reject others stepping forward with varying accounts.
“I think everyone’s story is so important, and I won’t take away anything from anyone’s story,” Fergie stated. “I stand with victims everywhere.”
The Four judge stated exploring with the Black Eyed Peas prepared her for the environment on set of Planet Terror, and didn’t discover Tarantino’s habits totally unusual.
” My experience throughout Grindhouse was remarkable … I was sort of in gamine stage, and I was utilized to small talk and talking some smack,” Fergie described. That’s truly exactly what it was for me. That was my experience.”
“But trust me,” she included, “I stand with victims everywhere no matter what. No matter age, genre, gender, race… period.”
Tarantino’s actions on set were brought into question when Uma Thurman launched video of a hazardous Kill Bill stunt she stated the director pressed her to carry out that triggered “permanent” injuries. Tarantino eventually acknowledged Thurman’s claims, stating she “had a right” to blame him for the stunt. The starlet likewise declared in a New York Times interview that Tarantino spit in her face for a scene, which the filmmaker stated was decideded upon by both celebrations.
Tarantino has actually likewise just recently dealt with reaction for remarks made in a 2003 Howard Stern interview about Roman Polanski‘s 13- year-old rape victim, where he stated she “wanted it.” He has actually because provided a public apology to Samantha Geimer
See our whole interview with Fergie in the video above.