Margot Robbie might be the patron saint of metalcore culture given her massively popular portrayal of Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad and its crossover into that world. That status was only bolstered when Robbie recently appeared on the BBC Radio 1 segment Heart Rate Monitor, where she was connected to a heartbeat reading machine in a hospital and shown a variety of clips. These video snippets ranged from her Neighbors co-star Sam Clarke revealing embarrassing nicknames from her past, and Cara Delevingne opening up a past excursion the two took to Vegas.
What really gets Robbie's heart rate pumping, though, is a trip into her younger days as a heavy-metal acolyte. One of the groups she followed closely was Welsh metalcore band Bullet for My Valentine. In the video, BBC Radio 1 host Nick Grimshaw plays a recent clip of the group performing, where they dedicated one of their biggest hits "Tears Don't Fall" in her honor. She beams in her reaction, completely blown away that the band knows who she is and would go so far to dedicate the song. "I'm dying — that's like my whole childhood!" she says.
UPDATE FEBRUARY 25TH: We interviewed Bullet for My Valentine's Matt Tuck about the BBC Radio 1 stunt and how Margot Robbie's public fandom has impacted his band. Watch below: