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Gal Gadot Chopped Off Her Fingertip And Her Husband Had The Most Unexpected Reaction

Wonder Woman Gal Gadot had a little kitchen accident which led to her losing a fingertip.

Gal Gadot had a lot to do during quarantine and even met with an unfortunate accident one day in the kitchen. She accidentally chopped the top of her finger while cooking, and her husband’s immediate reaction wasn’t to put it on ice and save it for the doctor to manage. He took matters into his own hands!

Gal Gadot Is Missing A Fingertip

The Israeli actor, who is famously known for her role as Diana Prince in the DC Extended Universe had quite the story to tell in an interview with Jimmy Kimmel.

“I cooked a lot, too much. I drank probably too much. You know the early days of pandemic when you start drinking like a mimosa or sangria or whatever at 11 a.m.?”

She added, “So I did that, and then I decided I’m going to make a cabbage salad because that’s what one wants to do.”

“I started to chop the thing and I completely, I chopped the top of my finger,” Gadot shared with Kimmel.

The Justice League star went on to share that her husband, Yaron Versano didn’t have the best reaction. He was disgusted at the sight of her chopped finger and did the most unexpected thing possible.

“Yaron went to the chopping board and he held the finger…and then he got so disgusted, that he threw it into the garbage.”

The actor added that she couldn’t go to a hospital since they didn’t have the finger, and couldn’t get it sewn back on.

Gal shared the accident was “a mess” and then she “stopped cooking and stopped drinking.”

Jimmy Kimmel asked the actor if she brought home any props or items from the Wonder Woman sets like Chris Hemsworth, who is known to have stolen hammers while filming Thor.

Gal showed-off her Wonder Woman two-piece Golden Armor helmet, which is an iconic piece of the Amazonian Princesses’ armor. She revealed it was made of “plastic” and “only looks expensive:, while wearing it and making the W gesture.

Gadot also talked about her new project, a six-part documentary series for National Geographic which will highlight strong, capable wonder women who done incredible work for their communities all while facing hardships.

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