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It felt like the absolute folly to come out going, look, this is me in the bath. And here I'm having a boiled egg and all that. And then you can't complain about having no privacy because you're Twittering out or whatever it is, all the time. Twittering, Tweeting, I don't know.
It's very new to me. But then, I've realized that in terms of especially for me as you said earlier because people sort of tend to really remember you of what you've been doing for the last couple of years. I tend to be doing sort of not smiling having a gun or being on a red carpet.
None of which really reflect me at all as an actual human being. And there's something about social media, of which I am terrified by the way, that's quite positive. Which is that you're sort of unfiltredly being yourself at any given moment. And I'm used to that coming through an interview, or through a photographer or something else.
It's quite nice, that I sort of realize, I see why people are doing that. I might stop, I don't know, if it all goes tits up I will.