'Feud: Capote vs. the Swans' premieres Wednesday on FX
Naomi Watts is living her dream!
The Mulholland Drive star shared a once-in-a-lifetime moment with her idol Debbie Harry from this week's Feud: Capote vs. the Swans premiere party. In the Instagram video shared by Watts — who stars as Barbara "Babe" Paley in the second installment of FX’s anthology series — the two hit the dance floor together.
“There’s 'meeting your heroes' and then there’s DANCING WITH THEM! Love you,” Watts, 55, captioned the post, which was underscored by the song “Call Me” by Harry's band Blondie.
After fashion designer Zac Posen introduced the two, Watts greeted her Harry, 78, with a giant hug.
The heartwarming moment wasn’t the only time Watts owned the dance floor, either. The Black & White Ball-themed premiere party, which took place at New York City's Plaza Hotel, saw multiple celebs turn it out on the dance floor. Watts was joined at times by her Feud costars Chloë Sevigny, Demi Moore and Molly Ringwald. Watts, who was smiling as she danced, was also joined by husband Billy Crudup.
Feud: Capote vs. the Swans, created by American Horror Story visionary Ryan Murphy, follows the real-life moment when writer Truman Capote as he burnt bridges with his elite circle of female socialite friends, dubbed “The Swans,” after publishing “La Côte Basque 1965” and exposing his circle's darkest secrets in Esquire.
The series also marked the final role for Treat Williams, who died unexpectedly at age 71 as the result of a motorcycle crash last June. During the premiere night, Murphy dedicated the season to Williams saying, "the last thing he said to me was he grabbed my face and said, 'I loved every minute.'"
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Feud: Capote vs. the Swans premieres Wednesday at 10 p.m. ET on FX.
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