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It’s been almost two full weeks and I still have “Agatha All Along” stuck in my head. It pops in randomly, and like any proper earworm, refuses to leave until I replace it with some other catchy tune. Kathryn Hahn performed the song in episode seven of WandaVision on Disney+, in a moment that revealed her character’s true identity. Agatha Harkness is such a fun villain and it’s a joy to see people wake up to Kathryn Hahn’s brilliance. Hahn herself seems to be enjoying the ride, too.
In a new interview on Late Night with Seth Meyers, the actress responded to WandaVision‘s success. And particularly the success of “Agatha All Along,” which became the #1 song on the iTunes soundtrack chart the day it hit the service. Watch her delightful reaction below.
“I don’t understand it, it’s amazing,” Hahn said of the song’s intense and immediate popularity. “Seth, what’s happening? I was, like, ‘what?’ I don’t have social media so the whole thing was like filtered down through all of this… Meanwhile, [I’m] outside scooping dog crap, scooping cat crap.”
Hahn also gave a shout out to the Lopezes, the husband-and-wife team who write the jingles we hear on WandaVision. “[They] just wrote that crazy, awesome, delicious, 47-second… I mean, the whole thing’s so bonkers.”
Elsewhere in the interview, Kathryn Hahn showed off a toy Thanos glove prop belonging to her 14-year-old son. She also talked about fostering kittens and revealed that she does her own tarot readings. As if we needed any more reasons to love her.
WandaVision wraps up this Friday with its ninth episode. We’re excited to see how everything comes together in the finale. But we’ll certainly miss checking in with Westview every week. And we’ll especially miss Kathryn Hahn’s amazing, delightful performance as Agatha Harkness. Hopefully she pops up in future Marvel Cinematic Universe projects in some shape or form down the road.
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