Jane Fonda regrets having refused the late Marvin Gaye.
The “Grace and Frankie” star claimed that Gaye loved her so much that he had a picture of her on his fridge.
Gaye died in 1984 at the age of 44 after his father shot him.
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“Who I think about, and what is a big regret, is Marvin Gaye,” Fonda, 82, told a reporter for the New York Times.
The reporter first asked the Oscar winner if she regretted not having sex with Che Guevara, to which she replied, “No, I’m not thinking of him. ”
Regarding her meeting with Gaye, she said, “He wanted it and I didn’t.
Fonda added: “I was married to Tom [Hayden]. I used to meet a lot of artists trying to do shows for Tom and the woman who was helping me do that introduced me to Marvin Gaye.
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The activist was married to Tom Hayden from 1973 to 1990. They share 47-year-old son Troy Garity.
The reporter then asked if the Motown singer had used his famous song title “Sexual Healing” as a pickup line when he tried to pursue Fonda.
“I needed it but he didn’t say that, no,” revealed the Golden Globes winner.
Fonda added: “But then I read, apparently he had my picture on his refrigerator. I only discovered him later after his death. “
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The “Book Club” actress also apparently regrets having had a sexual encounter with her co-star Marlon Brando in the 1966 film “The Chase.”
Fonda called the experience “disappointing” before adding that she still considered Brando a “great actor”.