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Olivia Cooke Said She Was “Sad” That 8 Months Of Work Got “Reduced To” A TikTok As She Reflected On That Viral Negroni Sbagliato Video

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“Over a decade's worth of work reduced to a single word in my lexicon,” Olivia remembered thinking of her viral moment in 2022.

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In 2022, there was just one drink that everybody on the planet was talking about: a Negroni. Sbagliato. With Prosecco in it.

“A Negroni, sbagliato,” Emma, who uses they/ them pronouns, immediately answered. They then leaned closer to Olivia with a smile on their face as they added: “With Prosecco in it.”

TikTok @HBOMax / Via tiktok.com

“Ooh, stunning,” Olivia replied, with the British star’s Greater Manchester accent shining through.

Meanwhile, Olivia took to her Instagram story to share a video of herself and Emma enjoying Negroni sbagliatos together, poking fun at the sound bite as she added the simple-yet-effective caption: “STUNNIN.”

But in a new interview with Entertainment Weekly, Olivia confessed that she initially hated the fact that the video went viral — suggesting that it overshadowed the actual work that she and Emma had put into House of the Dragon.

Olivia’s response sparked a mixed reaction from people, with her quotes dividing social media users when they were tweeted by Variety’s X account.

"House of the Dragon" star Olivia Cooke hated becoming a meme with that Negroni Spagliato viral interview.

“It’s just sad how you work for eight months and it f*cking gets reduced to a f*cking TikTok, and that makes me sad...I did hate it for a very long time. I was in the pub.… pic.twitter.com/BPaUZ3CzeF

— Variety (@Variety) May 14, 2024

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In a popular quote tweet, one person wrote: “You really shouldn’t take yourself this seriously ever."

“The meme lasted for a month like two years ago and it mainly used Emmas voice. Why is Olivia acting like her career is ruined because of it,” somebody else asked

Another user added: “girl chill this meme is viral bc of emma d’arcy’s sexy voice and not bc of you.” One more wrote: “A meme won’t hurt her career. That attitude might though.”

But others leaped to Olivia’s defense, with one person arguing: “olivia is allowed to be annoyed about something that affects HER if she doesn’t like the meme that’s fine it’s never that serious.”

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