Killing Eve's Jodie Comer reveals how she's getting through lockdown

Chocolate for breakfast, rapping to Fergie and watching films she’s ’embarrassed’ not to have seen: Killing Eve’s Jodie Comer reveals how she’s spending life in lockdown

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The country is in lockdown as the coronavirus pandemic continues to sweep the globe. 

And, Killing Eve’s Jodie Comer, 27, has said she’s spending lockdown watching films she’s ’embarrassed’ not to have seen, while eating chocolate for breakfast and crisp butties for lunch.

The Liverpudlian star also revealed that ‘Fergalicious’ is her song of choice to sing when needing an afternoon pick-me-up, while in self-isolation.

Geeking up: Killing Eve’s Jodie Comer, 27, has said she’s spending lockdown watching films she’s ’embarrassed’ not to have seen

Jodie told Vogue how she’s spending her time, saying: ‘Watching a long list of movies that as an actress I’ve been too embarrassed to admit that I haven’t seen.’ 

The talented actress also revealed that she’s munching on ‘a bag of Revels’ for breakfast, and ‘crinkle cut crisp butties,’ for lunch. 

The much-adored star also admitted that singing the pop track ‘Fergalicious’ is her go-to if she’s in need of a mood-lifter.

Jodie gave her advice for how to get through the lockdown, saying: ‘Move your body as much as possible and stay connected with loved ones.’ 

Yummy! The Liverpudlian actress also revealed that she’s been eating chocolate for breakfast and crisp butties for lunch

Mood lifter! Jodie also confessed that ‘Fergalicious’ is her song of choice to sing when needing an afternoon pick-me-up, while in self-isolation

At the end of last week, Jodie revealed she believes her psychopathic Killing Eve character Villanelle is starting to rub off on her.

The actress has won widespread acclaim for her role in the BBC crime series and told how she admires how the character lives life by her own rules. 

She told The Mirror: ‘She may be a cold-blooded killer, but you can also ­appreciate that her victims perhaps deserve to die. She doesn’t kill people randomly, there’s a reason and conviction behind her actions. 

Role: Jodie recently revealed she believes her psychopathic Killing Eve character Villanelle is starting to rub off on her

‘What I think resonates with women is her honesty and unfiltered reactions to others – she lives according to her own set of rules and does as she pleases. I admire that.’

The Liverpool native drew a comparison between herself and Villanelle, saying she also has learned to trust her instincts like her daredevil character.  

She said: ‘I believe in myself and I trust my instincts and sense of purpose. I’m not someone who plans things out in advance, so I rely on my faith that things will somehow work ­themselves out if I keep working hard. I ­believe in karma. 

Character: The actress has won widespread acclaim for her role in the BBC crime series and told how she admires how the character lives life by her own rules 

It was recently announced that series three of Killing Eve will be released in the US two weeks earlier than planned on BBC America.

The hit thriller took to its Twitter to reveal that the third season will now debut on Sunday April 12 as they unveiled a new explosive trailer.

Yet British viewers were left disappointed by the news as a UK release date still remains unknown, with fans speculating it could be June.

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