Jane Fonda recalls the movie Skinny-Dipping with Michael Jackson

Jane Fonda recently revealed in an interview that he once saw the King of Pop, Michael Jacksonnaked during his visit during the filming of the movie “Golden Lake”.

The Oscar winner also revealed that she turned down advances from French director René Clément, who wanted to sleep with her to understand her character’s orgasm in a film they were working on together.

Fonda has been open about her evolving views on aging and sexuality. He expressed that women are better able to communicate their desires as they age.

Read on to learn more.

Jane Fonda says Michael Jackson was “skinny”.

Jane Fonda at the 2014 Kennedy Center Honors Gala Dinner

THE “Watch What’s Happening live” Jane Fonda surprised host Andy Cohen about a memorable meeting with the late Michael Jackson. In “Plead the Fifth,” the “Grace & Frankie” star shared an anecdote about filming “On Golden Pond” in 1980, when Jackson was 22 years old.

Fonda recounted the incident: “He came and visited me when we were shooting ‘Golden House,’ and I had a little cottage right by the lake, and it was a beautiful moonlit night.” When Cohen asked if the “skinny-dip” was her idea, the “Book Club: The Next Chapter” actress quickly clarified, declaring, “No, she did!”

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The 85-year-old actress playfully noted that Jackson, who tragically died in 2009 at the age of 50, “knew he was going to die young” and openly discusses being “naked.”

“She was skinny!” she recalled. In a show of respect for Jackson’s memory, Cohen gracefully avoided delving further into the subject, saying, “I’m not going to ask anything else about it because I want to be respectful of Michael.”

He recalled the sexual advance from the French director René Clément

Jane Fonda attends the Pennsylvania Conference on Women

In another surprising revelation, Fonda revealed an encounter from her past with a well-known Hollywood figure. The Oscar-winner shared that he turned down the advances of renowned French director René Clément.

Cohen, ever the curious one, probed for details and asked if it was “a sloppy pass?” Fonda responded by recounting the incident, explaining, “Well, he wanted to sleep with me because he said my character (in 1964’s ‘Joy House’) was supposed to have an orgasm in the movie and he needed it. look how I orgasmed.”

“He said it in French and I pretended I didn’t understand,” he added, before telling the Bravo boss he’s got a lot of “stories for you, kid.”

According to Jane Fonda, women improve sexually as they age

Jane Fonda at the 2019 Glamor Women of the Year Awards.

The “Book Club” actress has always been open about her personal experiences, including her views on aging and sexuality. In a candid interview with “Andy Cohen Live” on Sirius XM in 2022 about women becoming more vocal about their needs as they age. “I think women are generally better off because they lose the fear of saying what they need,” she said.

Fonda emphasized that fear often holds us back from communicating our desires in the bedroom, saying, “We waste too much time not wanting to say, ‘Wait a minute, hold it, no, no, no.’ Slow down and a little to the left. We don’t want to do that. But when we get older, it’s like, “No, I know what I want. Give me what I want.”

However, in an earlier interview At Harper’s Bazaar In March 2021, Fonda presented a change in her desires. She revealed that she no longer desires sex, saying: “I don’t want to be in a relationship, sex again. I don’t have that desire.”

Jane Fonda opens up about the final moments with her late father

Jane Fonda at the LA Dance Project 2021 Gala - An Unforgettable Evening Under the Stars held at the Pritzker Estate on October 16, 2021 in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, United States of America.

During an appearance on “Who’s Talking” with host Chris Wallace, Fonda talked about a deeply emotional moment she shared with her late father, Henry Fonda. Reflecting on their relationship and the last moments they spent together when she died in 1982 at the age of 77, Fonda described a touching and significant meeting.

“Before he died, I was able to tell him I loved him and forgive him no matter what happened. And I hope you forgive me for not being a better daughter. I have to tell him this,” per shared People.

“He did not say anything. But she was crying,” he added. “I’ve never seen anything like it. I have never seen my father break down and cry. And I… it was, it was strong.”


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