Florence Pugh reveals her favourite Florence Pugh movie during silly game


How well do you think you know Florence Pugh?

That’s the question at the heart of Jimmy Fallon’s “Guest Test” game in the Tonight Show clip above, which sees the audience guessing what Pugh’s answer will be to a series of 50/50 questions in the hope of winning some ice cream.

Pugh’s favourite ’90s song? “Blue (Da Ba Dee)”. Favourite colour? Rusty orange. And her favourite Florence Pugh movie, which catches the audience off guard? Not Midsommar, but Lady Macbeth.

“Because it was such a weird, small budget movie and I appreciated what it did for me and my career I chose Lady Macbeth,” explains Pugh, “but now I’m sorryyyy.”

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