“I hope I wasn’t as bad as it’s come off. I hope I wasn’t,” she continued. “You know, you get influenced, I’d say, by your surroundings. Let’s put it that way.”
Rachel then took a moment to apologize to Tate, sharing, “I thought you were so wonderful, such a wonderful director and an amazing human. So if I ever added to any of the a–holeness, I want to apologize on record here right now.”
The Rocketman star reassured the 39-year-old actress that she was a “total sweetheart.”
However, Tate told Rachel that he felt “bad” for past comments he made during an appearance on Andy Cohen‘s Watch What Happens Live in 2013.
“They all started out great,” he said at the time. “Then, all of them, they just fell apart…When you first get fame, you’re so insecure that you just become a ding dong.”