During his Madison Square Garden efficiency on Wednesday, Harry Styles made enjoyable of the web controversy attributable to the viral video that adopted the Venice Film Festival premiere of his film Don’t Worry Darling: did he spit on co-star Chris Pine or not?

The thought of Styles spitting on Pine has been dismissed as “loopy” by Pine’s representatives, in accordance to People Magazine.

According to quite a few fan movies, Styles, a musician and actor, joked throughout his efficiency that he “simply popped very quickly to Venice to spit on Chris Pine.” The viewers applauded in response to the assertion.

Internet trolls began spreading the rumor that Styles spat on Pine through the Monday evening premiere of Don’t Worry Darling, alleging that singer leaned down to take his seat subsequent to him.

Notably, Pine was sat to the left of Styles’ girlfriend Olivia Wilde, the movie’s director. Pine immediately seems down and stops clapping when the “Watermelon Sugar” performer approaches him; some have speculated that that is an acknowledgment that the singer simply spit.

The Venice “spit” incident

“This is a ridiculous story – an entire fabrication and the results of an odd on-line phantasm that’s clearly deceiving and permits for silly hypothesis,” mentioned a consultant of Chris Pine to People Magazine.

“Just to be clear, Harry Styles didn’t spit on Chris Pine,” the rep continued. “There is nothing however respect between these two males and any suggestion in any other case is a blatant try to create drama that merely doesn’t exist.”

The movie, which stars Styles and Florence Pugh, 26, as a Nineteen Fifties California couple residing in an odd deliberate suburban neighborhood, has been within the information for behind-the-scenes drama over the earlier a number of weeks.

Shia LaBeouf, the unique star who was supposed to play Styles’ half, was fired, in accordance to director and co-star Wilde in a latest Variety interview. LaBeouf retaliated, saying he “left the image owing to lack of rehearsal time,” in an e-mail to Variety.

In the identical month, Wilde and Pugh each gave interviews. In these interviews, they disagreed on the importance of the intercourse scenes in Don’t Worry, Darling. Although the movie has obtained combined first opinions, many have praised Pugh’s portrayal.

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