Generally, issues simply do not go as you supposed. Simply ask Gal Gadot.
Seven months after her infamous “Imagine” video—and with the coronavirus pandemic nonetheless very a lot current—the Surprise Girl star has lastly addressed that ill-fated Instagram put up. “Generally, you understand, you attempt to do deed and it is simply not the best good deed,” she instructed Vanity Fair—with a “smile and a shrug,” in line with the web site. “I had nothing however good intentions and it got here from one of the best place, and I simply wished to ship gentle and like to the world.”
Popular culture followers doubtless have not forgotten the put up—helmed by Gadot again in March, as the coronavirus pandemic ramped up and resulting lockdowns mounted in the US. As an antidote to present occasions, stars like Amy Adams, Natalie Portman, James Marsden and plenty of extra joined her and awkwardly sang John Lennon‘s iconic 1971 hit line by line a cappella. The ensuing three-minute visible has since amassed greater than 10 million views.
On the time, the Justice League actress shared the star-packed music video on Instagram with a message of unity. “We’re on this collectively, we are going to get via it collectively,” she wrote within the caption. “We could say collectively. Sing with us All like to you, from me and my pricey associates.”