It is no secret actor Margot Robbie is a large steel fan. Robbie beforehand talked about her love of bands like Slipknot and Metallica, and was fairly stoked that Bullet For My Valentine is a fan of hers.
Then in a current episode of The Graham Norton Present, Robbie mentioned she “genuinely likes” steel after being requested if she truly likes the style by fellow actor Cate Blanchett. Or as Blanchett put it “Does anybody like music heavy steel music?” earlier than including with a bit unneeded snark, “Do you want monster vans and issues like that?” Shout out to Robbie for taking part in it cool regardless of the belittling and expressing her love for steel in a coherent means.
And it isn’t like having fun with heavy steel was some far-fetched concept, particularly now when the style is arguably extra current in popular culture than it ever has been earlier than. Additionally, individuals like heavy steel. It isn’t that loopy. There is a purpose Metallica‘s self-titled 1991 album has offered 16 million copies in america alone, and it isn’t as a result of heavy steel is tremendous underground.
Robbie then recounted going to see Slipknot and followers coming as much as her to speak concerning the long-running Australian cleaning soap opera Neighbours. Robbie performed the character Donna Freedman on the present between 2008 and 2011, after which once more in 2022. Not that we would have liked to clarify that to Slipknot followers, apparently.
“I keep in mind going to the Slipknot live performance… on the time I used to be on Neighbors,” mentioned Robbie. “I’ve by no means had extra individuals come as much as me ever than at a Slipknot live performance. They [were] cute. [People] stored developing and being like… they’re anxious about all of the characters.”
Now if we may solely get Robbie’s opinion on Slipknot‘s potentially-upcoming album Look Outdoors Your Window if and when it drops this yr.
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