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Ex-James Bond Lazenby booed on stage - probably wrongly

Ex-James Bond Lazenby booed on stage – probably wrongly

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09/13/2022, 09:0609/13/2022, 2:16 pm

Former James Bond actor George Lazenby (83) has apologized publicly after making remarks at a concert in Perth, Australia. He wrote: “I am sorry and sad that my stories have offended some people.” Twitter. Lazenby, who played the famous secret agent in 007’s classic “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service” in 1969, was a featured guest on the concert series “The Music of James Bond.”

According to media reports, there was a scandal at the third party in Perth. On radio station 6PR, a viewer reported that Lazenby “mainly talked about his sexual accomplishments” and made “anti-gay comments.” Another viewer was said to have interrupted him: “Sorry, but this is an insult!” Then the James Bond star left the stage with boos. His participation in the fourth and final concert in Melbourne has been cancelled.

Lazenby himself expressed remorse on Twitter. “It was never my intention to make hurtful or homophobic comments, and I’m really sorry if my stories, which I’ve said so often, are received in this way.” Entire life The Australian actor, who was married to former tennis player Pam Shriver until 2011, said he was surrounded by strong women he admired and respected.

Other viewers defended Lazenby after the performance. Actor 007 was said to be “deliberately exaggerated” to make the audience laugh. “The show was so much fun that a few people started yelling and booing,” said one viewer. Lazenby had previously performed in Sydney and Adelaide, where he was said to have been well received.

in which Movie “Becoming Bond” from 2017, a mix of feature films and documentaries, Lazenby had plenty of humor from youths Tell. When asked if it really happened this way, the gray-haired actor grinned in front of the camera and said, “Otherwise, how can I remember that?” (aeg/sda/dpa)

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