“Until I get some self-control!” Jodie Comer quits social media for admitting she’s ‘looking for negative comments’ leading up to soft porn actress role in Talking Heads
She deactivated her Twitter earlier this year and has not posted to Instagram since early May.
And now Jodie Comer, 27, has said she is temporarily STOPPING social media for admitting to ‘seek negative comments.’
Ahead of her role as a soft-core porn actress in Talking Heads, the beauty of Liverpool admitted she won’t be returning to online platforms “until she gains some self-control!”
Time-out! Jodie Comer, 27, said she is temporarily STOPPING social media because she admitted ‘seeking negative comments’
She said OK! Magazine: “Until I get some self-control and fail to look up negative things on social media, I think it’s best to take a step back.
“Even now, at this time, I’m trying to be a little aware of what I’m using it for.”
“It feels a little wrong to do any kind of self-promotion right now, so I’m trying to be a little wary of that while also being communicative and talking to people.”
Jodie portrays Lesley in the upcoming remake of Her Big Chance, the remake of Alan Bennett’s Talking Heads, a role played by Julie Walters in 1988.
Candid: Ahead of her role as a soft-hearted porn actress in Talking Heads, the beauty of Liverpool admitted she won’t be returning to online platforms ‘until she gets some self-control!’
Sensitive time: “Even now, in this day and age, I’m trying to be a little aware of what I’m using it for,” Jodie admitted
The monology series, starring Jodie, Imelda Staunton and Martin Freeman, will debut on BBC One with a double bill on Tuesday June 23 – 22 years after the second series aired and 32 years after the first.
The remake will debut on BBC One with a double bill on Tuesday 23 June and all 12 episodes can be streamed on BBC iPlayer.
In late 2018, Jodie revealed her struggle with fame since being spotlighted after her role as the murderer Villanelle on Killing Eve.
Struggle: Jodie previously admitted that her struggle with fame has made it ‘difficult’ to deal with criticism from online trolls
The actress appeared on the Two Shot Podcast, admitting that she found it “ difficult ” to criticize people online, adding that incidents where people filmed her without her knowledge make her “ paranoid. ”
She explained, “The work I do doesn’t stop when the camera stops rolling, there’s a whole different world.”
Discussing her appearance on an American talk show, Jodie admitted that she “ looked dumb and read the YouTube comments, ” which condemned her for “ losing her accent. ”
Doctor Foster’s star explained, ‘I know all the people who respond to YouTube are aliens anyway, but I spoke as myself and they said I lost my accent.
“I adjusted it a bit because it’s an American audience and a lot of people think,” What’s she saying? ‘
“That is a completely different world to me. It’s hard to find that side of things. I don’t want to pretend that I am something that I am not, but I worry that it happens everywhere. ‘
Online trolls: Jodie talked about her appearance on an American talk show, admitting she “ looked silly and read the YouTube comments, ” hitting her for “ losing her accent ”