Chris Martin cannot be trusted on Twitter.
The Coldplay frontman acknowledged that his thoughts had to go through “a series of checks and balances” before he posted them to make sure they were “relatively normal,” and compared the process to how Hannibal Lecter was treated in Silence. Lambs.
Speaking to Rob Brydon on the comic book podcast, he said, “It’s a bit like Hannibal Lecter and how many lines of defense he has to get out into the real world. Here’s what I have with the tweets.
“To tweet, I have to go through a series of checks and balances to make sure everything is in order. I can’t just write something and tweet about it. “
Elsewhere in the interview, Chris admitted that Rob joined the band on stage to sing the national anthem of Wales “Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau” at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff in 2017, one of the highlights of his illustrious career.
He said: “There were two moments on that tour that had a lot of ‘ringing’ and one was in Cardiff when you came and sang.
“It’s more about collective unity than a group or someone famous, that’s all by the way.”
But Rob was jokingly unimpressed when hitmaker “Yellow” explained that his favorite event happened in Argentina when Coldplay performed a song from local artist Soda Stereo.
He said, “Better than what’s wrong with me?” he said.
Chris replied, “You were almost silver. You were great, Rob. You were gracious and sweet and it was nice to have a real tenor on stage. “
Despite the song’s success, the Gavin & Stacy actor admitted that he initially abandoned the group’s approach.
He said, “You were going to play Cardiff and we were going to go, and I thought, ‘Can I email Chris? But thought: no, wherever they go, they get emails from every Tom, Dick and Harry. So we have booked our seats.
“A few days later, you emailed and, much to my surprise, you said,“ Could you come and sing the Welsh national anthem? “
“And my first reaction was ‘no’ because I don’t speak Welsh and there are a lot of words in it. I told my wife and she said, “WHAT? Did you say no? What is wrong with you? Get to know this damn thing. ” “