Claire Foy says she took “no offense” when Adam Sandler touched her knee on BBC’s ‘Graham Norton Present.’(Picture: JB Lacroix, WireImage)
It appears TV viewers had been extra offended by Adam Sandler touching The Crown star Claire Foy’s knee throughout Friday’s episode of the BBC’s The Graham Norton Present than she was.
The actress issued an official remark saying she took “no offense” after viewers within the U.Okay. recommended that the actor’s gesture made Foy and fellow interviewee Emma Thompson uncomfortable.
The episode is about to air within the U.S. this Saturday and no clip of the phase in query has been formally launched but.
After having his fingers folded in his lap for almost all of the present, Sandler, 51, positioned his hand on Foy’s proper knee whereas telling a narrative, one thing he has additionally performed to males. She then picked it up and put it again on his personal leg.
For readers unfamiliar with Norton’s present, the host brings all of his visitors out directly they usually share the identical sofa whereas drinks stream freely.
Foy, 33, didn’t seem to harbor any lingering unwell will afterward.
“We don’t consider something was supposed by Adam’s gesture and it has brought about no offense to Claire,” her consultant informed Britain’s Unbiasedand Huffington Publish UK.
USA TODAY has reached out to Foy’s camp for remark.
In an announcement to USA TODAY, Sandler’s rep Cindy Guagenti described the incident as “such a non-story” and famous that he did one thing comparable throughout an interview with Dustin Hoffman on The Tonight Present With Jimmy Fallon earlier this month.
Nonetheless, Sandler’s gesture triggered viewers at dwelling, who tweeted their concern.
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