Fans Left Confused By Jodie Comer's Accent During BAFTA Awards
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Fans are used to hearing Jodie - who was born in Liverpool - with her trademark Liverpudlian accent, but she sounded a little different yesterday.
You can watch a clip of the interview below:
Commenting on Jodie's accent, one fan wrote: "Where has Jodie Comer's Scouse accent gone :(."
While another said: "Can't stop thinking about Jodie Comer's sudden American accent."
A third added: "Omg where has her Scouse accent gone!?"
"Wow! #JodieComer's accent has built-in auto tune. How seamlessly she goes from Scouse to Scottish to mid-Atlantic," a fourth commented.
Do you think Jodie's accent sounds different?!
Jodie's boyfriend, James Burke, is American, so it makes total sense that the 28-year-old could have picked up an American twang.
It's believed the pair met while Jodie was filming Free Guy in the States, but due to lockdown restrictions over the past year, it's thought the couple have been long distance for a chunk of their relationship.
Speaking to InStyle last year, Jodie said: "I couldn't fly to the States. And I still can't. It was one of those things. I feel like, with anything, if you want something enough, you can make it work. So, yeah, just millions of FaceTimes."
In other exciting news, Jodie also confirmed that Season 4 of Killing Eve has started filming today (Monday 7th June).
When asked when shooting would start on the fourth instalment, Jodie said: "Tomorrow! Yes... don't worry I've pre-ordered my taxi, I'm not gonna' be hungover, I'll be very sensible."
Speaking to Tyla about what it's been like to play the iconic character, Jodie said: "I just had so much fun. I've been in such strange funny situations and I've met some amazing people, I think that's what I'll miss the most. I'm interested to see where series 4 goes."
Season 4 was announced in January 2020, with the BBC subsequently confirming it would be the last for Eve, Oksana "Villanelle" Astankova and the rest of the gang.
Reflecting on three years of Viallanelle, Jodie adds: "I think I learned on this job [that] as long as there is truth in what you are saying, acting can be big and it can be bold and it can be in your face and it can be a bit ugly. It can be all these different things."