Daisy Ridley: I'm in therapy to deal with Star Wars fans

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While this is pure speculation, such an Easter egg could tie into Kylo Ren's obsession with his grandfather from The Force Awakens and the overall theme of director Rian Johnson's film, which showed the likes of Luke, Rey, Finn and- of course - Kylo Ren in a much darker place this time around. If you want to come in clean, absolutely avoid it. She became an global superstar at the tender age of 21 following the release of the first Stars Wars film in 1977.

While Johnson may be the right man to make The Last Jedi, he may not be the right man to promote it. "I just understand it".

As with most Photoshop Battles, things got a little weird and very niche as users started playing off of each other's Photoshops and also infused their creations with references that only others in the community would understand, but overall it was a amusing and epic thread that I'm happy exists. Photographed by @mariotestino, styled by @tonnegood, Vogue, November 2017. Two fans even knocked on her door and asked for autographs.

"I literally went, "No fuckin" way'", she said, adding that her mother told her: "Everyone's trying to take ownership of you".

Pushing back tears, Daisy told Vogue, "I'd never met anyone openly bipolar before, who discussed loving glitter because of her LSD days".

Ridley then "went and saw a lovely lady" who helped her to adjust to her new life.

"I don't want to scuttle".

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