‘I’ve had moments of tears’: Michaela Coel details her ‘cute’ socially distanced greetings to fans as she debuts her bleached brows for the Vanity Fair Hollywood shoot
Michaela Coel detailed how her confrontations with fans have changed during the coronavirus pandemic when she appeared in the 27th Hollywood issue of Vanity Fair.
The 33-year-old I May Destroy You creator explained how she sometimes gets ‘tearful’ for wanting to ‘hug’ her followers, but often ends up hugging strangers with ‘cute’ socially distanced greetings.
In an accompanying session, the screenwriter debuted with her discolored eyebrows as she posed on a floating book, before holding up a paint palette in a radiant outfit.
‘It’s pretty cute’: Michaela Coel detailed how her run-ins with her fans have changed during the pandemic when she appeared in Hollywood’s 27th issue of Vanity Fair.
About their encounters, the actress told the publication: ‘I’ve had moments where I’ve got a little tearful with a stranger on the street and I’ve wished I could hug myself.
But you can’t hug. So we just do this thing where we put our fingers where they almost touch. It’s pretty cute. ‘
The director also reflected on going through the global crisis by focusing on her well-being, adding: ‘I always feel the presence of other people.
‘We do this where we put our fingers where they almost touch’: The 33-year-old I May Destroy You star said she gets ‘tearful’ for wanting to ‘hug’ her fans (pictured second from left )
Talented: The screen star rose to fame for his E4 sitcom Chewing Gum in 2015, before releasing the BBC One and HBO comedy-drama I May Destroy You last summer (pictured)
‘There was an article I read that said,’ Put your hand somewhere on your body and say ‘, to be fair, I admit how difficult it is. This is a time of suffering. ” ‘
The award-winning screen star joins the likes of Zendaya, Michael B. Jordan and Awkwafina for one of the magazine’s most diverse covers.
Artists Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari led 10 photo shoots on four continents and used ‘modern techniques’ to minimize staff on set.
Michaela first rose to fame with her sitcom E4 Chewing Gum in 2015, before releasing the BBC One and HBO comedy-drama I May Destroy You last summer.
The 12-part series fearlessly plunges into high-impact issues affecting the lives of young London writer Arabella (Michaela) and her close group of friends.
The main character accepts a sexual assault after a drink was added to his drink at a nightclub, a story based on the heartbreaking real-life experience of Michaela, who also wrote, co-directed, and executive produced the show.
Michaela recently received a Screen Actors Guild nomination for Best Actress in a Motion Picture Made for Television or Limited Series after her work was not recognized by the Golden Globes.
See the full article in the Hollywood edition of Vanity Fair available via digital download and on newsstands Friday, February 26.
Impressive: Michaela recently received a Screen Actors Guild nomination as an actress in a TV movie or limited series.