Jacob Elordi, the 26-year-old actor best known for his role as the troubled teen Nate Jacobs in HBO’s “Euphoria” recently opened up about a deeply emotional experience.
It happened during his guest appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Elordi was there to promote his upcoming role as Elvis Presley in Sofia Coppola’s biopic “Priscilla”.
During the show, Elordi engaged in a game of “Tonight Show Firsts” with host Jimmy Fallon, and started by telling about his very first live concert. With concise yet vivid storytelling, the Australian native revealed that his inaugural concert was none other than an Eminem performance.
I was 14 years old, slept outside with my mom. Outside of the concert [venue]. So I could be up front and center. I wept like a baby when he left. It was amazing.
The young star must be talking about the Recovery tour that lasted for three years and had an Australian leg in early December 2011. To see Marshall with this programme had to be a powerful experience that stayed with Jacob until this day.
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