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Eddie Redmayne says sharing a house with Jamie Dornan was like living with a puppy

He needed to be let out a lot.

IF WE WERE to (yet again) picture living with Jamie Dornan, we’d be lying if we said our imaginations didn’t conjure a housemate akin to a certain Christian Grey.

So, sue us.

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But it sounds like we were way off if recent remarks made by Eddie Redmayne are anything to go by.

For those you who don’t know, Jamie and Eddie once lived together, and in recent days, the pair have been only dying to reflect on their time as struggling actors competing for similar roles.

And with Jamie jokingly dubbing his former housemate ‘desperate’ to break into the industry, naturally we’ve been mad to hear Eddie’s insights into their time as housemates.

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And thankfully, we didn’t have to wait long.

While appearing on Good Morning America this week, Eddie likened his former housemate to a puppy, revealing that he had a habit of freaking out guests with his excessive energy levels.

One of the amazing things about living with Jamie was that it was basically like living with a puppy because has more energy than any human being you’ve ever met.

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There is this weird thing about Jamie Dornan which is that there is this sort of twilight zone between like 5 and 6pm when he just goes insane.
It was a like a puppy. You had to let him outside. Friends would come for tea and they’d just see Jamie doing weird starjumps in the garden and they’d be like ‘what’s he doing?’ and its just his weird twilight moment.

Take a look at this…

Source: Jamie Dornan NI/YouTube

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