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Sienna Miller on Balthazar Getty: ‘I was really naive and trusting…’
Sienna Miller is a Vogue cover girl again. It feels like she’s been on the cover like a dozen times - including the infamous September 2007 rooster-tail issue in which Anna Wintour claimed Sienna was too toothy. But really, I think this is her fourth cover. What exactly has Sienna done to warrant such slavish Vogue coverage? She’s promoting her part in the G.I. Joe film and her first Broadway role in Miss Julie this fall. You’d think part of the deal for another cover would be that someone would make Sienna sit down and really talk about all of the Balthazar Getty stuff, but alas, Sienna just talks around it.
Regarding either Balthazar in particular or her public relationships in general, Sienna says stuff like “I think I was really naive and trusting and thinking that if you are true to yourself, that’s enough, that’s the best way to be. But actually, it’s important to become more conscious. Being the center of a lot of judgment and controversy while not feeling like a hurtful or controversial person in my essence, I’m trying to understand what it is that makes me that way and what it is that makes people feel that way about me.” Good Lord. Take responsibility. You were “dating” a married man for more than a year. It was ridiculous. At least give us a “my bad.”
The piece also has some interesting quotes from people like her G.I. Joe costar Channing Tatum, who says “She just kind of intoxicates the room.” Jeez, Sienna, how drunk do you have to be to intoxicate the whole room? Here’s more from the interview:
[She] has long been battling the perception that she is, variously, a superficial party girl, a quirky fashion plate, an almost famous indie regular with no box-office clout, Jude Law’s ex-girlfriend, or all of the above.[From Vogue]
“We have to be honest about it,” says Miller of her reputation. “It’s pretty bad. On the whole, you know, I’ve made some bad choices and done some stupid things.” In other words: It is high time for a bold move. Or two.
[G.I. Joe] has an odd ensemble cast: Jonathan Pryce, Dennis Quaid, Marlon Wayans, and Channing Tatum. But it is Tatum and Miller who have the most scenes together. “She is nut bags,” says Tatum, underwear model turned actor, paying Miller a big compliment. “I love her like I can’t even explain. She’s one of those people who you can’t help but be in a good mood when she’s around. She just kind of intoxicates the room.”
It’s well known that Miller has, since Jude Law, been entangled in a series of somewhat baffling, ill-fated, and extremely well-documented relationships, all of which seem to have burned very brightly and then crashed to the ground. From Calvin Klein model turned indie-rock heartthrob Jamie Burke to oddball 40-ish Welsh actor Rhys Ifans, there is no discernible pattern, no type. Most notoriously, she took up with Balthazar Getty last summer, while he was still married to his wife, Rosetta, with whom he has four children. The paparazzi shot of Sienna and Balthazar on the balcony of a hotel room in Italy—Miller topless with a sailor’s hat perched on her head at a tipsy angle—came close to self-sabotage. When I saw it I thought, Oh, dear.
Today, she is officially single and seems a bit repentant. When I ask about her love life and use the word dating she says, “I’ve actually never been taken on a date in my whole life. I have never had a one-night stand. I’m a real relationship person—contrary to public perception. I’m either in one or I’m not. I get kind of emotionally involved very quickly, and I’m not going to spend time with someone unless I love them. But it’s not hard for me to fall in love.”
[Dating Jude] “was a very pivotal time in my life, and I’m happy saying that,” she continues. “It’s a private moment when you get your heart broken for the first time, and that was the absolute antithesis of private.”
She starts to laugh. “It couldn’t have been more public! I had people on the street being like, ‘ ‘Ang in there, loov!’ and all you want to do is crawl into a cave and weep for a week.” She pauses for a moment and then finds the bright side. “I think I discovered a whole new emotional depth that I didn’t have access to before. When you have your heart broken for the first time, you gain depth, and that’s why actors tend to get better with age, I think.”
“I think I was really naive and trusting and thinking that if you are true to yourself, that’s enough, that’s the best way to be. But actually, it’s important to become more conscious.”
She goes on: “Being the center of a lot of judgment and controversy while not feeling like a hurtful or controversial person in my essence, I’m trying to understand what it is that makes me that way and what it is that makes people feel that way about me.”
There’s a ton of information about Miss Julie, which starts in the fall, and if you’re interested, check out the full interview. For the play, guess who was just cast as Sienna’s leading man? One of my favorites, Jonny Lee Miller. He’s totally married, and his wife just gave birth to a baby boy named Buster. I have my fingers crossed that Sienna doesn’t screw up Jonny’s marriage.
Oh, and by the way - within the interview, Sienna tells the Vogue guy (Jonathan Van Meter) that she wants to try to stop talking about Jude Law, but she still talks about Jude when asked, and even brings Jude up during several different points. At some point, she really should just refuse to say his name. That’s enough, Sienna.
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eat a hot bowl of dicks.
Honey, youre a whore. Just embrace it and go with it.
(276): Michelle Duggar likes to fuuuuck
OK, I can't sing, I can't act, I'm dumb, I'm a hillbilly, but I can twerk, so whatever.-Miley Cyrus
Right. Right. She never knew he was married & didn't notice if he had a ring on.
I didn't start out to collect diamonds, but somehow they just kept piling up.-Mae West
eh, i like her.
I'm open to everything. When you start to criticise the times you live in, your time is over. - Karl Lagerfeld
I agree with both above posts,the same goes for Kate Hudson who is getting to be known as The Big Easy in Hollywood and all parts around the country for that matter.
You Were And Still Are A Fucking Slut!!!!
Please! Sienna Miller hasn't been naive and trusting since three seconds after she clawed her way out of her mother's womb because she heard that the cute doctor in attendance was married.I think I was really naive and trusting
I don't want to hate on her, but she's a tramp. Hopefully she'll move on from her trampy ways and be a good actress. She has the potential after I saw her in 'Factory Girl'. Just find a decent unmarried man and stick with him. Damn.
She's the most self absorbed celebrity I can think of. Maybe if she thought of all the marriages/relationships she's broken up, she'll get a clue as to why she's so disliked.
I am seriously starting to hate her. She is so shamelessly selfcentered that I cannot understand how anyone can find her appealing. I just don't get it. She is pretty and perhaps somewhat talented but other than that I can't really see the difference between her and Ebola.
Who ordered a naked Swede?? MEEEEE!!
laurenshelton2 thinks I'm worse than Claymates.
“I’ve actually never been taken on a date in my whole life." - I believe the one-word expression for this is "hooker".
" I have never had a one-night stand. I’m a real relationship person— I get kind of emotionally involved very quickly." - Indeed. Rumour has it she falls in love and has entire relationships at parties.
A successful man is one who makes more money than his wife can spend. A successful woman is one who can find such a man.(Lana Turner)
Hey Penn! Not seen your witty humour for a while - missed it!
BTW in the interview I read this...
Does that sound like an addict to anyone else?Not all that long ago Miller, with typical English bluster, was loudly declaring that therapy was for the birds. When I mention this, she tells me she has had a change of heart. Turns out a lady friend in New York gently suggested Miller seek therapy. "She took me out to lunch—funnily enough to a restaurant called Balthazar, which I thought was hilarious, but she never commented on the irony of that—and she said, 'You've been through hell, and you need to talk about it with someone.' I got to the point where I was doing things that I didn't necessarily think I was capable of as a person. And I wanted to be conscious of my actions. I think I was really naive and trusting and thinking that if you are true to yourself, that's enough, that's the best way to be. But actually, it's important to become more conscious."
I like her, but, c'mon... how much dumber than a box of rocks do you have to be to fuck a married man and galavant around with him, topless, on a boat and expect it to be "true love"..?
^ Agreed. Plus she looks horrible on that Vogue cover. Like Sharon Stone.
She was good in Factory Girl, though.
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