Samuel L. Jackson: ‘I Had A Ball Sitting Next To Victoria Beckham At Wimbledon’

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July 7, 2014 | 3:12pm EST

Samuel L. Jackson has shot down rumors suggesting he endured an awkward silence with Victoria Beckham as they sat side-by-side at the Wimbledon tennis championships on Sunday, insisting they “had a ball”.
A host of celebrities were spotted in the crowd at the Men’s Singles Final in London as Novak Djokovic defeated Roger Federer in a nail-biting five-set match, but it was film footage of the movie icon and former Spice Girls star Beckham fidgeting through an apparent silence during the game that went viral on Monday morning.
The Vine.com clip showed the Pulp Fiction actor scratching his head and stroking his thigh during a break in the match as the two stars appeared to ignore one another.
However, Jackson has since taken to his Twitter.com account to dispel claims they failed to strike up a conversation.
In a post on Monday, he writes, “Lotta Bulls**t goin’ round (sic), I had a ball sitting next to @victoriabeckham at Wimbledon yesterday! Truly Lovely!STFU (shut the f**k up)!!”
Beckham had been joined by her soccer star husband David at Center Court, while Sir Sean Connery, Bradley Cooper, Chris Hemsworth and Hugh Jackman were also seen in the audience, along with Prince William and his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge.

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