Aptly titled "Tonya Harding", Stevens explains in an accompanying essay that the song is a long overdue attempt by him to capture the "complicated subject". But even the stars of the film - which tells the life story of former Olympic figure skater Tonya Harding - were star-struck when Harding herself emerged.
Despite being clubbed in the knee, Kerrigan, 48, eventually recovered and ended up winning a silver medal at the Olympics. She is also known for a sex tape she sold to Penthouse and for her boxing and auto racing careers.
Tonya Harding, left, and Margot Robbie arrive at the Los Angeles premiere of "I, Tonya". "I'm trying to get stronger in my legs.' She's like, 'Forget that, worry about your core strength.' I was like, 'OK, I'll do more sit ups, '" Robbie recalled, adding that she did at least 100 sit ups a day". That's a lot to accomplish before the age of 30!
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Margot, 27, couldn't contain her excitement as she posed with Tonya, 47, on the red carpet ahead of the LA screening. She was a reality TV star before such a thing even existed. But she was also simply un-categorical: "American's sweetheart with a dark twist", he wrote. While looking into her life, Stevens started to revere her: "I began to feel a conviction to write something with dignity and grace, to pull back the ridiculous tabloid fodder and take stock of the real story of this odd and magnificent America hero". But I believe this is what made her so interesting, and a true American hero. In the face of outrage and defeat, Tonya bolstered shameless resolve and succeeded again and again with all manners of re-invention and self-determination.
Tonya and Margot met during filming - the skater gave the actress a few tips. Meanwhile, Margot recently admitted she would love to spend more of her time in Australia.
I, Tonya director Craig Gillespie previously opened up about the movie in an exclusive interview with Us Weekly.