The Wolf of Wall Street's Margot Robbie has finally opened up about her Vanity Fair Interview that was criticised for being 'sexist' and 'patronising' by fans.
Video: Margot Robbie opens up about THAT Vanity Fair profile
In an interview with 'The Project', Robbie revealed that she left the interview feeling confused. “I remember thinking, ‘That was a really odd interview, I don't know how that's going to come out,’” she recounted to The Project co-host, Carrie Bickmore. She continued on to say: “And then when I read it I was like, ‘Yeah, the tone of this is really weird.’ Like, I don't really know what he's trying to get at.”
Robbie explained that she was also in total shock to the critical backlash that grew in response to the 'sexist' profile. “But I didn't expect there to be like an uproar about it at all. But I've read like far more offensive, far more sexist, insulting, derogatory, disgusting things on a daily basis. I don't know, maybe I'm like desensitized to it,” said the Australian actress.
Robbie attributed her massive support to Aussie pride, saying, “I had like a bit of Aussie pride where I was like, ‘Don't mess with the Aussies! Look what happens when you mess with Australia!’”
DID YOU KNOW?
Margot Robbie is a huge fan of New York Rangers, a hockey team, and is often found passionately supporting their games. Blue, red and white funnily enough are her favourite colours.
Click HERE to read Margot Robbie's Vanity Fair article titled "Welcome to the Summer of Margot Robbie."