Harding, 47, wore a black gown while the Australian actress, 27, shined in a metallic Versace dress.
John McBride, the owner of an ice skating rink in Portland Oregon at which Harding practiced, told The Chicago Tribune, "Her mother had the vocabulary of a truck driver. every little thing that was wrong she'd be swearing and yelling at Tonya". "But maybe I could be a good back-up, stand-in for them perhaps, I'm not quite at professional level yet".
At the Tuesday night event in Hollywood, Harding showed up ahead of the screening, which took place at The Egyptian, and posed for photos with Margot Robbie, who plays the disgraced Olympian in the feature.
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I, Tonya director Craig Gillespie previously opened up about the movie in an exclusive interview with Us Weekly. "People would come up and be like, 'Oh, I remember that happening, I remember seeing her hit someone with a baseball bat.' ..."
Harding rose to fame in the early '90s but quickly fell out of favor when she and her husband, Jeff Gillooly, were suspected of having Kerrigan's knees clubbed by a hired attacker. "I wanted to see her as a human being", he said. Harding pled guilty to hindering the prosecution following the attack on Kerrigan and was subsequently banned from the U.S. Figure Skating Association for life. "It's too bad, because she's talented", she said.
Tonya Harding returned to the spotlight, this time sharing the red carpet with actress Margot Robbie, who portrays her in the new movie, "I, Tonya".
Other than their blond hair and blue eyes, the Oscar hopeful and erstwhile championship skater couldn't look more different - though efforts were made in the film to get the Aussie stunner's mug to bear a bit more resemblance to Harding's mugshot.