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It was wonderful – Rita Moreno says as she reveals she dated Elvis Presley as revenge against cheating ex Marlon Brando

It was wonderful – Rita Moreno says as she reveals she dated Elvis Presley as revenge against cheating ex Marlon Brando..  89-year-old Oscar winner, Rita Moreno has explained how she got back at her ex, Marlon Brando for cheating throughout their 8-year relationship.

Rita Moreno says as she reveals she dated Elvis Presley as revenge against cheating ex Marlon Brando
Rita Moreno says as she reveals she dated Elvis Presley as revenge against cheating ex Marlon Brando—–

Responding to The View’s co-host Joy Behar’s question on Brando “constantly” cheating on her during their on-and-off relationship, Moreno revealed that she dated singer, Elvis Presley as revenge for getting cheated on.

She said;

“I found lingerie in his house and, of course, I was heartbroken, and I went home in tears really, I was naïve, and I was angry too, just furious. The next day, the phone rings, and I hear ‘Miss Marina?’ I said, ‘Uh, yeah?’
 ” ‘This is Colonel Parker, my client is Elvis Presley, and Elvis spotted you at the 20th Century Fox commissary, and he liked what he saw.’ “
“I said ‘Oh?’ and he said, ‘And he would like very much to meet you. Would you like to meet him?’ ” the West Side Story star continued, adding, “And I thought of those panties, and I said, ‘Yes, I would!’ “

Moreno said that she “dated [Elvis] several times” and that she found him to be “sweet but boring.”

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She added;

“He was sweet, but he was a country boy. So anyway, when [Brando] found out, it didn’t take long. He started to throw chairs. He was so angry. It was wonderful. And I just sat there as he threw chairs and carried on.”

Moreno and Brando met when she was 22 on the set of the Napoleon biopic Désirée. The actress’s life, career, and tumultuous relationship with Brando were detailed in the documentary Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It, which debuted at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival earlier this year. The documentary is now streaming on Netflix.

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