The coronavirus crisis seems to be to this super heroine what kryptonite is to Superman, as she has made some mighty missteps, for the first time in her career as an international superstar.
Gal Gadot, who portrays Wonder Woman on screen, once seemed to have a super power of her own: charming the public through the media as expertly as the mighty Amazon warrior wields her bulletproof bracelets.
But since the novel coronavirus began, some are wondering: Has Wonder Woman’s Lasso of Truth unraveled?
Gadot comes as close as any Israeli ever has to be royalty — even the most cynical Israelis headed to the multiplex to see her derring-do and martial-arts skills honed in the IDF — and any cracks in her once majestic media presence could cause a national crisis.
But the novel coronavirus crisis seems to be to this super heroine what kryptonite is to Superman, as she has made some mighty missteps, for the first time in her career as an international superstar.
In March she posted a celebrity singalong of the John Lennon classic, “Imagine” that was lambasted both for its lousy singing and what was widely perceived as the smug satisfaction of its multimillionaire participants who insisted that we’re all in this together from behind gated mansions.
Now, she seems to have stumbled again, as the newspaper Israel Hayom outed her Thursday for flying back to Israel a few weeks ago and renting a villa where she hosted visitors, violating the Ministry of Health guidelines, which state that all those entering the country from abroad must be in isolation for two weeks. Source: The Jerusalem post