Gal Gadot Says His ‘Imagine’ Cover Was ‘Bad Taste’
Wonder woman Actress Gal Gadot has expressed regret for her viral 2020 rendition of John Lennon’s “Imagine,” which social media users have called “deaf.”
The actress said she never hesitated to use her voice, but admitted that the âImagineâ video, released near the start of the coronavirus pandemic, could have been âprematureâ.
As the pandemic hit the United States in March 2020, Gadot said he called comedian Kristen Wiig, wanting to do something. “The pandemic was in Europe and Israel before it got here [to the U.S.] in the same way, “said the Israeli actress In the style. “I could see where everything was going. But [the video] was premature. Now was not the right time, and it was not the right thing. It was in bad taste. “
Gadot posted the video on March 18, 2020, after six days of self-quarantine. Will Ferrell, Natalie Portman, Jimmy Fallon and several other celebrities contributed to it. “All with pure intentions, but sometimes you don’t hit the nail on the head, do you?” Gadot noted.
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Gadot then laughed at herself by singing “Imagine” while accepting an award at the She The Women in Hollywood event seven months after the video was shared. âAs well, they had a mic there,â she said. “I don’t take myself too seriously.”
Released in October 1971, “Imagine” became Lennon’s best-selling solo single and has since been covered by over 200 artists, including Stevie Wonder, Madonna, Elton John, Joan Baez and Lady Gaga. Several artists, including John Legend and Keith Urban, performed the song during the opening ceremony of the 2021 Olympic Games in Tokyo last summer.
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