Michael J. Fox says sitting next to Princess Diana at Back to the Future premiere is a ‘dream’

Michael J. Fox says sitting next to Princess Diana at Back to the Future premiere is a 'dream'

Michael J. Fox says he sits next to Princess Diana Back to the future The premiere is a “dream to urinate”.

The actor who famously portrayed Marty McFill in the trilogy – opened up about his experience during a appearance at the 1985 World Premiere event The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon Wednesday (November 18).

Princess Diana of Wales is one of the many celebrities who attended the star-studded screening in London. To Fox’s surprise, the princess took her seat next to the film’s 24 – year – old star.

Fox recalled: “She was sitting next to me. The lights go out and the movie starts, and I feel a fake surprise and a hand outstretched from being on a date with her, which is hilarious. ”

“The movie started, and I had to urinate,” he said. “So, for the rest of the film, I’m sitting there dying. I can not tell her anything, I can not walk away from her, because I can not back down from her. ”

The 59-year-old added: “So it was painful. What could be the biggest night of my life is a dream. A dream to urinate.”

Fox – diagnosed with 29-year-old Parkinson’s disease – revealed that he did not know he was going to sit next to Princess Diana until the movie started.

He said, “She’s big, so sweet.”

When asked by Fallon if the princess seemed to enjoy the film, he replied: “She seemed to laugh a couple of times. She is not brilliant. ”

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