MICK JAGGER helped actress KIRSTEN DUNST deal with the heartache of a long-distance romance – but he has no idea.
The Spider-Man star played the Rolling Stones’ She Smiled Sweetly on a loop for days as she tried to come to terms with the fact her unnamed boyfriend was never around – and she admits Jagger’s voice soothed her.
In an upcoming radio interview on Los Angeles’ KCRW, the star says, “When I was going through this heartbreak with someone that I was never with… I played this song over and over and over again.
“I love when Mick Jagger sings a softer song, and this was a really romantic song to me… It’s romantic, but to me it’s so heartbreaking and it’s definitely a very private song. It’s one you listen to by yourself… It’s definitely an alone-in-your-car song. It feels like someone you can’t be with.”
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SPIDER-MAN star KIRSTEN DUNST has given her backing to the troubled musical about the webslinging superhero, insisting she’s desperate to see the Broadway show.
Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, which features music by U2 stars Bono and The Edge, has been marred by delays and spiralling costs, while a number of serious onstage injuries have plagued the cast.
Actress Natalie Mendoza recently quit after suffering concussion during a preview performance, while Spider-Man stuntman Christopher Tierney was hospitalised after a terrifying mid-show fall left him with numerous injuries including a cracked skull.
Dunst, who played the superhero’s love interest, Mary Jane Watson, in three big screen blockbusters, insists she has had no involvement with the musical, but despite all the troubles, she is keen to see the show in action.
She tells the New York Post, “I’m involved in none of this, but I want to see the show very much next time I’m in New York.”
The news comes after U2 frontman Bono, who helped score the show, was spotted in the audience for the first time at Wednesday night’s (05Jan11) preview performance.