Timothee Chalamet Gets Super Existential On BBC Radio 1

Timothee Chalamet flexes his philosophy skills on BBC Radio 1.

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Chalamet and radio host Nick Grimshaw played a little game called “Overthinkers Hotline”, with Grimshaw reaching out to the audience to collect “those weird thoughts you might have when you’re a little hungover, or tired and emotional, or in the shower or on a plane.”

The “Beautiful Boy” actor simply had to share how some of those thoughts resonated with him. “Do cats lick us to get rid of the taste of their own backsides?” one caller asked.

“Whatever it is, it’s always a bummer for them,” he responded. “I’ve never seen a cat lick anyone’s hand and go, ‘Oh, that was the right thing to do.’ It’s always steeped in deep regret and weeks of pensive sorrow.”

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Watch the video above to get Chalamet’s deep thoughts on cell regeneration, why the first people kissed and more.

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