Normal People star Paul Mescal stunned when James Corden reveals BBC drama “changed my life”

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‘WTF IS HERE!’ Normal People star Paul Mescal can’t believe his level of glory as James Corden reveals that BBC drama “changed my life”

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He torched the nation with his spellbinding performance in the BBC’s Normal People series.

And star Paul Mescal, who plays Connell Waldren, was stunned on Thursday as James Corden revealed on Twitter that the adaptation of Sally Rooney “had changed my life.”

Retweeting the presenter’s message, Paul, 24, wrote “WTF IS HAPPENING” as he struggled to take advantage of his celebrity overnight.

Shocked: Normal People star Paul Mescal, who plays Connell Waldren, was stunned Thursday as James Corden revealed on Twitter that the adaptation of Sally Rooney `` changed my life ''

Shocked: Normal People star Paul Mescal, who plays Connell Waldren, was stunned on Thursday as James Corden revealed on Twitter that Sally Rooney’s adaptation “changed my life”

The Late Late Show host, 41, went on Twitter Thursday afternoon to praise the teenage sex drama that got everyone talking.

In a passionate article, alongside a trailer for the show, James wrote, “Underestimating the impact of Normal People on @hulu had on me for a moment.

“I honestly think it may have changed my life. It’s the best show I’ve seen in so long. ”

Big fan: Retweeting the message from the presenter, Paul, 24, wrote `` WTF IS HAPPENING '' as he struggled to take advantage of his celebrity overnight

Big fan: Retweeting the message from the announcer, Paul, 24, wrote “WTF IS HAPPENING” as he struggled to take advantage of his celebrity overnight

Continuing to praise Paul and his co-star Daisy Edgar Jones, who plays his love interest Marianne Sheridan, he continued: ‘@DaisyEdgarJones and @mescal_paul are extraordinary. It’s ALL amazing x. ‘

Overwhelmed by James’ praise, Paul retweeted the message alongside the caption: “WTF IS HAPPENING”, clearly amazed at the level of fame he had achieved.

He also responded to the tweets himself, writing, “Wow! Thank you so much!’

While Daisy, 21, also responded by saying, “It’s so nice, thank you !!!!!”

Message of appreciation: the host of Late Late Show, 41, went on Twitter Thursday afternoon to praise the teenage sexual drama that made everyone talk

Message of appreciation: the Late Late Show host, 41, went on Twitter Thursday afternoon to praise the teenage sex drama that got everyone talking

This comes shortly after Paul revealed that he was shocked to become a heartbeat overnight while joking, he will “disappoint” people when they meet him in person.

The actor said it was the “last thing he expected” when he discussed the reaction to the BBC series and his character Connell in a recent interview with Grazia magazine.

Asked about the attention he has received since the adaptation of last week’s hit Sally Rooney novel, he said:

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Chuffed: He also responded to the tweets himself, writing, `` Wow! Thank you so much!' while Daisy, 21, also responded by saying:

Chuffed: He also responded to the tweets himself, writing, “Wow! Thank you very much! ”While Daisy, 21, also responded by saying,“ It’s very nice thank you !!!!! “

“When people meet me in person, they will be disappointed, people take this from the character of Connell, and it is something I never thought he would be.

“It was really the last thing I expected, so I have not formed an opinion on it yet, I guess.

Despite all the hype surrounding the actor on social media, Paul revealed that he is trying to get away from him because you can waste too much time on him.

This comes shortly after Paul revealed that he was shocked to become a moron overnight, jokingly, he will `` disappoint '' people when they meet him in person.

This comes shortly after Paul revealed that he was shocked to become a moron overnight by joking, he will “disappoint” people when they meet him in person.

Meanwhile, the hunk explained how he got the job only because he lied to the producers to get the role.

Although his character Connell is often seen driving a car, he has remained silent that he could not drive when he landed the career role.

“My agent was like, ‘We don’t lose this job because you can’t drive, so I’ll tell the production that you can, and in the meantime, you leave and trust as many lessons as possible.’ he told Entertainment Weekly magazine.

Chat: Actor said it was the `` last thing he expected '' as he discussed reaction to the BBC series and his character Connell in a recent interview with the magazine Grazia

Chat: Actor said it was the “last thing he expected” as he discussed reaction to the BBC series and his character Connell in a recent interview with Grazia magazine

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