The actor says he knows the well-known practitioner for years, despite what may seem like she ignored him on stage of the gala and acknowledges that it was not the best time to approach to say hello.
The actor Rami Malek could see the moment of the Golden Globes about which everyone is talking and has taken a surprise: The protagonist of the bio-whip about Freddie Mercury and who received along with the rest of the film made the movie & # 39; Queen & # 39; The award for Best Dramatic Film, the last one to be delivered in gala last Sunday, and he got a little embarrassed when Nicole Kidman, who presented the award, turned around and did not speak words to him. (You may be interested: With two Golden Globes for "Rome" and one for "Bohemian Rhapsody", the price ends)
The sequence of events was as follows: while Graham King and Jim Beach – Brian Mays and Roger Taylor's leading manufacturers – Freddie's bandmates – took the stage, Malek – who had just picked up the best actor award in the same category – rushed out of a page to join the celebration and distribute kisses and hugs. However, Nicole didn't look in her direction, even when he put his hand on his back to try to get her attention.
It was a matter of time before anyone asked him his opinion about the unpleasant drink, and Rami had to comment on it as he went through the program. Jimmy Kimmel, although it has finally chosen to be as correct as possible and not stoke the controversy. (You may be interested: Brian May asks Oscar for Rami Malek for his role as Freddie Mercury)
"I haven't seen it yet, I've known it for many years, despite how it may look in that video, and I thought I could easily get up and say hello to it, but in a context that this turned out to be. to be very uncomfortable. I have the impression that this will haunt me for a while ", recognized the interpreter and noted that Keith Urban already congratulated him on behalf of his wife and he for his triumph. "I got a lot of love that night from Keith, her husband, and it was very nice, she's a big fan of the Queen."