Olivia Wilde is shutting down an enormous hearsay that emerged from the Venice Worldwide Movie Pageant throughout Wednesday evening’s look on “The Late Show”.
That hearsay, jokingly dubbed “spitgate,” was sparked when Harry Types took a seat subsequent to Chris Pine on the Venice premiere of the Wilde-directed “Don’t Fear Darling”, with Pine halting his clapping as he seemingly reacted to being hit by a Types-spewed loogie.
“Late Present” host Stephen Colbert wished to know the within scoop, and grilled Wilde like he was a “60 Minutes” correspondent.
“Did Harry Types spit on Chris Pine?” he requested with mock gravity, leaning in.
“He didn’t,” responded Wilde with a chuckle. “However I believe it’s an ideal instance of, like, individuals who search for drama anyplace they will.”
She reiterated that “Harry didn’t spit on Chris.”
Colbert feigned being doubtful. “Time will inform,” he quipped.
“No, he actually didn’t!” mentioned Wilde, laughing.
“We will see,” countered Colbert.
— The Late Present (@colbertlateshow) September 22, 2022