Lili Reinhart Reveals The One Thing She Hates About Being Recognised In Public
13 September 2018, 16:02
Yeah, this is pretty invasive.
Riverdale's Lili Reinhart has been lighting up our screens as Betty Cooper on the hit CW show for two seasons. The actress has spoken candidly in the past about her experiences with fame, and she's opening up some more in the latest issue of Glamour.
In a profile of 22-year-old Reinhart, the actress opened up about the one aspect of being recognised in public that still "pisses" her off.
"It’s only been two years that I’ve been semi in the spotlight, and it still pisses me off so bad when I see someone trying to sneak a photo of me,” Lili told Glamour. Lili also went on to say that the prospect of being photographed at any time by anyone makes her feel like "a zoo animal"
Being photographed on the red carpet or for a photo shoot is one thing, but having people try to sneak photographs of you while you're trying to get on with your day is probably a really difficult part of being a public figure.
People who try to sneak covert photos of celebrities should probably consider how much they would hate it if they were in a similar position.
Fans of LIil's Riverdale co-star, Cole Sprouse, may be aware of an Instagram account he manages called "camera duels". Cole, who has been famous since he was a child, regularly encounters people trying to take photos of him in secret. These bizarre experiences have led him to share his own photos of these amateur paparazzi, highlighting the absurdity of this practice.
You might think celebs are used to this stuff by now, but maybe Lili expressing her disdain for this invasive behaviour might convince you to put your phone down next time you spot a famous person out and about.