Francesca Hayward on Ballet, Cats & Taylor Swift

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Published on December 6, 2019

Francesca talks about being from Kenya & England, being a Principal Dancer for the Royal Ballet, being in the movie Cats, the most surreal day of her life with Taylor Swift, and having a cat behavioral coach.

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14 comments

  • Marco Rodriguez 1 month ago

    First comment

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  • rod axel 1 month ago

    She’s gorgeous ❤

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  • Whatsapp Status 1 month ago

    Second comment ❤️❤️

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  • The Hellfire Club! 1 month ago

    She is stunning! 🏳️‍🌈🇸🇪

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  • shreya tripathi 1 month ago

    Gosh I’ve never been this early for even my birthday party

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  • Whatsapp Status 1 month ago

    Taylor Swift fan ❤️
    👇🏻👇🏻

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  • Ajay S 1 month ago

    Ha ha….. second comment 😑

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  • Rufaro Asuquo 1 month ago

    She’s such an angel I can’t wait to see her in more movies before cats 🐱

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  • Maori Boy 1 month ago

    Kenyan and English is an interesting mix…

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  • Rayfil Wong 1 month ago

    Great posture!

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  • Тимур Рахметов 1 month ago

    6:38 I’m crying

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  • TheAg2661 1 month ago

    shes hot

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  • Crystallized 1 month ago

    She seems like someone who deserves to be known ^^ .. she seems humble and talented. it’s so admirable her physical abilities as well

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  • lady godiva 1 month ago

    The fact that she does not seem to know how to play into Jimmy’s constant attempts to make the conversation more ‘talk-showy’ and entertaining – by virtually ridiculing every step of the creative process – really shows how raw and down-to-earth she is. I really like that, unlike most actresses – she does not feel the need to giggle through every question and adjust her normal behaviour; she just does her best to answer honestly and professionally, which is really refreshing. Kimmel comes through as very disrespectful, though – you have someone with and actual work-ethic who clearly takes their craft seriously, and he basically pokes fun of her discipline & preparation for this film – esp. at 4:00. A host should adapt their conversation style to the guest they are having (see Colbert), not the other way around – by basically making her engage in the same flippant and condescending way of talking about ballet & the film that Jimmy seems to project here. It’s her first time on a US talkshow as well, she deserved better.

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