Pedro Pascal responds to some pretty eye-opening tweets and officially becoming ‘the internet daddy’


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Pedro Pascal has finally responded to unwittingly becoming ‘the internet daddy’.

The honourable title has been bestowed on actor since becoming the biggest name in TV as star of The Last of Us and The Mandalorian.

Appearing on The Graham Norton Show on Friday night, the host presented Pedro with some tweets from fans who, no matter how hard they try, cannot help themselves but call him their daddy.

One read: ‘I need to stop calling Pedro Pascal daddy, it’s becoming a problem,’ while another fan shared the same dilemma, posting: ‘Refraining to scream daddy every time I see Pedro Pascal on  my screen.’

A third went way further. ‘Pedro pascal is a biblically gorgeous man. i want to feed him grapes. i want to fan him with the frond of a date palm from the forests of Lebanon. i want to find the alabaster vial of perfume oil that one woman broke for jesus and comb it through his hair.’

You do you, hun.

To be fair, we get it (Picture: BBC)
The Last of Us star was joined by Dame Helen Mirren and Ariana DeBose (Picture: PA)

Graham asked Pedro what exactly is an internet daddy and it’s simple.

‘Me,’ he joked.

‘I’m still trying to figure it out,’ he said. ‘I’ll take it all!’

Pedro was joined on the sofa by Dame Helen Mirren and Ariana ‘Angela Bassett did the thing’ DeBose, and later revealed the ‘inappropriate’ request he often gets from The Mandalorian fans.

A for the Mandalorian, the third season is just days away with the first episode dropping no March 3.

The Graham Norton Show airs Fridays at 10.40pm on BBC One.  

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