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Naomi Watts Walks Out on BBC Interview for Diana

Naomi Watts stars as Princess Diana in a new film titled "Diana." Recently she walked out at the end of a BBC radio interview about the film:

The likely cause of Watts' discomfort is that the film is being savaged by critics, especially in Britain. The UK tabloid The Mirror was particularly critical of Watts in its review, suggesting "Wesley Snipes in a blonde wig would be more convincing." It currently has a 10 percent rating at Rotten Tomatoes.

Critics were much kinder to her performance in 2012's The Impossible. Watts was nominated for an academy award for best actress but lost out to Jennifer Lawrence who starred in Silver Linings Playbook.

Conservatives may remember Watts for playing another real life blonde in another major bomb. In 2010 she starred as Valerie Plame in Fair Game.


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