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"The Crown" star Gillian Anderson said she's done wearing bras during an Instagram Live.
"I don't care if my breasts reach my belly button," she said. "It's just too f---ing uncomfortable."
Multiple bra-wearers previously told Insider that they ditched underwire styles in the pandemic.
Gillian Anderson revealed she has stopped wearing bras.
Anderson, who was just nominated for an Emmy for her performance as Margaret Thatcher on "The Crown," took to Instagram Live on Tuesday to answer questions from her fans.
During the Instagram Live, which was later shared on Twitter, one fan asked her what her go-to lockdown outfit is.
"Probably the same one that's my out-of-lockdown outfit," Anderson, 52, responded. "I've gotten so lazy."
Anderson then went on to say that bras are no longer part of her wardrobe.
"I don't wear a bra anymore," she said. "I can't wear a bra."
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"I'm sorry, but I don't care if my breasts reach my belly button," she said.
"I'm not wearing a bra anymore," Anderson went on to say. "It's just too f---ing uncomfortable."
She added that she would wear black track pants and a black hoodie every day if she could.
Anderson isn't the only person who has stopped wearing bras in recent months.
In March, Insider interviewed seven people who typically wore bras, and they all said that the pandemic had changed their undergarment habits, whether that meant turning to wire-free bras or going braless altogether.
Experts from Soma and Aerie also told Insider that they saw an increase in wireless-bra sales in 2020.
Season four of "The Crown" was nominated for 24 Emmys in total, including outstanding lead actress nominations for Olivia Colman and Emma Corrin, an outstanding lead actor nomination for Josh O'Connor, and outstanding drama series.
Anderson won a Golden Globe in February for her performance on "The Crown." She won the outstanding lead actress Emmy in 1997 for her role on "The X-Files.''
Anderson did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.
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