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Twitter doesn't take well to Amy Huberman mistaking Connell's chain for a necklace

By Sarah Finnan

May 11, 2020 at 3:14pm


Amy Huberman has joined the ranks of all the rest - shouting her praise for the TV adaptation of Sally Rooney's Normal People from the rooftops... or rather raving about it online.

Everyone and their mother is watching Normal People these days. From James Corden to Kourtney Kardashian to our own Niall Horan and now even Amy Huberman.

Reactions to the series have been overwhelmingly positive, with Amy adding to the rave reviews dubbing it "a beautiful show". Taking to social media to show the series some love, she wrote:

"Gobbled that up quicker than the best banana bread ever made in quarantine ever. What a beautiful show with such glorious acting, writing, direction, design and just everything. Yes, including Conall's necklace."

However, while fellow Twitter users agreed with the general sentiment of Amy's message, there were some who didn't appreciate her description of Connell's most coveted accessory - stepping in to remind her it's not a necklace, but a chain.

Luckily Amy took the correction in her stride, responding with a simple "thank you". Also asking people "what the heck am I gonna watch now?", she got quite a few recommendations back in the comments with the most popular titles to pop up including After Life, Dead To Me and  Unorthodox.

Some good suggestions there if you too are in need of something to fill the Normal People shaped hole in your life. We had every intention of spacing it out and making the series last but it's just too good not watch in one sitting.

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