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Here's What Nancy Kerrigan Said When Asked If She's Seen 'I, Tonya'

Nancy Kerrigan gave an interview with the Boston Globe and during it, was asked if she’d seen I, Tonya.

“I’ve been busy. I was at the national [figure skating] championships this week so I didn’t watch the Golden Globes. I haven’t seen the movie. I’m just busy living my life,” the 48-year-old figure skater told the Boston Globe this past week. “I was the victim. Like, that’s my role in this whole thing. That’s it.”

In the film, Tonya is seen as the victim, to which Nancy responded, “At this point, it’s so much easier and better to just be … it’s not really part of my life.”

If you don’t know, I, Tonya is about Tonya Harding and the events leading up to Nancy‘s injury. Tonya was in attendance at the Golden Globes with Margot Robbie, who portrays her in the movie.

Nancy Kerrigan Breaks Down Talking About Six Miscarriages in Eight Years

Nancy Kerrigan broke down while talking about having six miscarriages in eight years on Dancing with the Stars on Monday (April 10).

The 47-year-old Olympian was speaking to her pro partner Artem Chigvintsev and told him that she and her husband wanted more kids after welcoming their son Matthew in 1997.

“Not long after having Matthew we thought we wanted more kids, but I had a miscarriage. It was pretty awful. You feel guilty and like, ‘What did you do wrong?’ It makes you feel like a failure,” Nancy said. “We had a good life, but I had that vision in my head since I was such a small kid.”

The couple went in vitro fertilization and had another son Brian, 11, and daughter Nicole, 8.

Nancy Kerrigan & Kristi Yamaguchi Poke Fun at 'Break a Leg' Tweet

Nancy Kerrigan and Kristi Yamaguchi are all smiles despite their recent awkward Twitter exchange!

Last week, Kristi used the wrong choice of words when wishing Nancy good luck on Dancing With The Stars.

Kristi told Nancy to “break a leg” – a poor choice of words considering in 1994, Nancy was attacked and sustained a knee injury in an attempt to prevent her from going to the Olympics!

The duo have had a sense of humor about the tweet though and Kristi even brought a sign bearing the same phrase to a recent DWTS taping!

“A special sign to cheer on my roomie @nancyakerrigan 😜 vote!!!” Krisi captioned a cute photo of the duo holding the sign on her Instagram.

Check out the funny pic below…

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Kristi Yamaguchi Tells Nancy Kerrigan to 'Break a Leg' on 'DWTS' - Twitter Reacts

Cringe alert!

Olympic ice skater Kristi Yamaguchi had the wrong choice of words when wishing fellow ice skater Nancy Kerrigan well on Dancing with the Stars.

“So excited for you @NancyAKerrigan ! Can’t wait to see you grace that ballroom floor, break a leg! #DWTS,”" Kristi tweeted during the premiere of the hit dancing show.

Back in 1994, Nancy was attacked and clubbed in the knee by fellow competitor Tonya Harding‘s boyfriend so that she wouldn’t be able to compete in the Winter Olympics that year. This news story is currently being turned into a biopic with Margot Robbie playing Tonya.

Twitter has since reacted to Kristi‘s very awkward tweet.

Check out more tweets inside…More Here! »

Nancy Kerrigan Pens Letter to Fans

Figure-skating champion Nancy Kerrigan has released a letter to her friends and fans following the tragic death of her father Daniel Kerrigan. Here’s the letter obtained by ET:

“Dear Friends, The last several weeks have been the most difficult of my life. As many of you who ever met my dad know, he was someone who took an interest in everyone that he came in contact with and, if he knew you much at all, had an endearing wisecrack that would be sure to make you laugh. For me, he was my safety net. He was always there for me no matter what turn the world might take. He was a friend to [my husband and agent Jerry Solomon] and a doting grandpa to our kids.

“For my mother, he was much more than that. He was her eyes, her confidante, her dance partner, her life partner. In short, he was her everything.

“For my brothers, he was the ultimate role model: the guy they continue to try to emulate. And his impact spread far beyond our family. Over 2,000 people lined up in 20 degree weather and stood for over 3 hours to pay their last respects. From the pizza delivery guy to the bank teller to millionaire business people to congressmen, he was a friend to everyone and had a special place in each one’s life. The stories we heard about my dad, from childhood friends to recent acquaintances were funny and touching. Most of all, they make us proud.

“We will miss my dad every day. Whether it is hearing him tell the kids one of his silly stories or watching him roll his eyes as he goes to the market for the fourth time that afternoon or having a beer with him at the end of the day. Mainly, we will miss just knowing he is there…”

Nancy Kerrigan's Father's Death Ruled Homicide

Skater Nancy Kerrigan‘s father, Daniel Kerrigan, who passed away late last month, will have his death treated as a homicide, investigators say.

The Middlesex, Mass. D.A.’s office released a statement today saying, “The Medical Examiner determined that the cause of death was cardiac dysrhytmia following a physical altercation with neck compression causing injury to the neck in the form of a cartilage fracture to the larynx area, in a person with hypertensive and atherosclerotic cardiovascular heart disease” (via People).

Early reports indicated that Daniel, 70, and his son, Mark, 45, had an altercation over using the phone. Mark was charged with assault and battery in late January.

Nancy‘s mother, Brenda, said last month that her husband died of a heart attack and that she didn’t think anything suspicious had happened.

Our deepest condolences go out to Nancy and her loved ones.