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Here’s How David Harbour Found Out Madonna Thought He Was Sexy

Summary by Ground News
Stranger Things star David Harbour got to live his dream when he found out one of his celebrity crushes found him sexy. The actor shared the story behind getting invited to a table read for the Madonna-directed 2011 film, W.E. Harbour then gushed over Madonna, noting that he had been in love with her since seeing her in the 1986 music video for Open Your Heart.
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Here’s How David Harbour Found Out Madonna Thought He Was Sexy

The Stranger Things star shared the story behind getting invited to a table read for the Madonna-directed 2011 film, W.E.

2 months ago·United States
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David Harbour: Madonna Only Cast Me in ‘W.E.’ Because She Thought I Was ‘Sexy’

Madonna was hung up on David Harbour long before casting him in “W.E.” Harbour recalled being invited to a mysterious table read because the director found him to be “sexy” in Sam Mendes’ 2008 film “Revolutionary Road.” “It was a crazy thing. It was a real cloak-and-dagger type of experience,” Harbour explained on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” “I got a call from a casting director that I knew very well saying they’re putting together a top-secret movie r…

2 months ago·Los Angeles, United States
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David Harbour says Madonna asked him to audition for her film because she thought he was sexy

'Stranger Things' star David Harbour says Madonna asked him to audition for her film 'W.E.' because she thought he was sexy.

2 months ago·United States
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David Harbour says Madonna asked him to audition for her film because she thought he was sexy

Hi, I read this article on Oigetit and I wanted to share it with you. David Harbour says Madonna asked him to audition for her film because she thought he was sexy

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