"She did a horrible, horrible thing."
By William Dass "How many packs of cigarettes is a gold medal worth in prison?" - David Letterman, Top Ten Questions Connie Chung Asked Tonya Harding The article The Real Cycle of Abuse in ‘I, Tonya’ appeared first on Film School Rejects.
Perhaps it's because I'm a fashion gal through and through, but the one scene from I, Tonya that stuck with me most was a close-up of Margot Robbie (as former Olympic figure skater Tonya Harding) right before beginning a routine, wearing a pair of sparkling Chanel earrings. Show More Summary
Nancy Grace is addressing the controversies involving Olympic skater Tonya Harding, YouTube star Logan Paul and disgraced film mogul Harvey Weinstein. Read more...
By SwimSwam on SwimSwam If you’ve watched I, Tonya, you’ve witnessed one of the worst sports parents in history. Tonya Harding’s mom started her with a skating coach way too young, was pushy, plus verbally and physically abusive. Read the full story on SwimSwam: 6 Signs Parents Like Swimming More Than Their Kids
Tonya Harding’s newfound media “redemption” is getting a chilly response from one fellow Olympic figure skater.
"I won’t applaud her and I stand for Nancy," he tweeted.
Tonya Harding is not interested in the Sufjan Stevens song that he wrote in her honor. The 47-year-old retired ice skater and subject of I, Tonya unveiled her lack of interest in a New York Times profile published on January 10. “Who gives these people permission to use my name? You all disrespected me and [...]
Why try to normalize her now? The post Sorry, Hollywood. Tonya Harding doesn’t deserve victim status appeared first on Hot Air.
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Harding says she overheard ex-husband and friend talking about 'taking somebody out' to ensure her place on 1994 U.S. Olympic team.
The Tonya Harding redemption tour, engineered by both her publicist and the success of I, Tonya may well be over. In a Facebook post Thursday night, Harding’s longtime publicist Michael A. Rosenberg wrote that “‘I, Tonya’–is now ‘Goodbye, Tonya!’” and announced that he was giving her up as a client ... More »
Figure skater Tonya Harding is best known nowadays for her association with the 1994 attack on fellow skater Nancy Kerrigan. Now, Harding has admitted prior knowledge in an unexpected way.
Tonya Harding is back in the limelight with the release and Oscar buzz for biopic "I, Tonya." However, she doesn't want to talk to reporters about her past. Her longtime agent/publicist is no longer working with Harding after she allegedly...Show More Summary
Michael Rosenberg is reportedly out! Apparently, Tonya Harding's longtime representative quit this week after the two couldn't reach an agreement on what the press can and cannot ask the former figure skater. Related: Tonya Tries To End Interview Early After Piers Morgan DRILLS Her! According to a Facebook post reportedly from Rosenberg's page and shared via Olympic reporters [...]
Tonya Harding is back in the news, and if you're Nancy Kerrigan or any other human being with a sense of decency, you probably have very mixed feelings about that. For the sake of our younger readers, we'd like to take a moment to explain why Harding is... Show More Summary
Tonya Harding’s representation just took a shot to the knees.
Even though the subject of Truth and Lies: The Tonya Harding Story (1.4/6) had revelations of her own, the real takeaway line came from her estranged mother with “we were never trailer trash, we had a beautiful new trailer." Still, even with LaVona Golden's perspective, the ABC's ratings takeaway was pretty good. Show More Summary
In the movie I, Tonya, the film on the life of disgraced figure skater Tonya Harding, a shocking scene depicts a moment when Harding's mother threw a steak knife at her daughter, sticking in Harding's arm, during an argument. Now, in an interview with ABC News that aired Thursday, Harding's...
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