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Jameela Jamil hasn't changed her hairstyle since she was two years old.
The 'Good Place' actress found her favourite 'do and never looked back, and she admitted she hasn't ever felt the need to shake things up.
Speaking to Us Weekly magazine, she said: "I have had the same hairstyle since I was two."
Jameela, now 35, made the revelation as a part of the magazine’s ‘25 Things You Don’t Know About Me’ feature and as she opened up on a range of topics.
As well as confessing she's a "computer game addict" with a "phobia of velvet", she also struggles to watch herself on television.
And while she loves "wearing a bra, when when [she goes] to sleep", and she's "genuinely very afraid of ghosts".
The TV star also opened up on her day to day movement, and revealed her nearest and dearest call her Bambi.
She explained: "My nickname is Bambi because every time I walk, it looks like it's for the first time."
And she added: "When I dance, I will spontaneously break into a gallop. It cannot be helped!"
Jameela recently slammed her critics who questioned why she had received a producing credit on her boyfriend James Blake's latest album, 'Friends That Break Your Heart'.
The star - who previously hosted the BBC Radio 1 Chart Show - tweeted: "A lot of mostly women insisting I couldn’t possibly have actually worked on my boyfriend’s music, and that he must have just credited me to be nice… I was a DJ for 8 years, and studied music for 6 years before that. You are part of the problem of why women don’t pursue producing (sic)"
Jameela subsequently urged women within the music industry to support each other.
She said: "Didn’t expect this conversation to blow up the way it did, or to see so much support. Saddened to see how many women in music have faced so much gaslighting over their skill and input and sending you love. We have to AT LEAST do better for each other because these are BLEAK TIMES (sic)"
Jameela also took to Instagram to address the issue, revealing James "had to fight me to take credit on this album because I was so preemptively sick of the internet".
She added: "Especially after this same thing happened on his last record that I worked for countless hours on."