Sophie Turner has just revealed the very millennial way she landed an acting job.
The 21-year-old Game of Thrones star says she beat a "far better actress" for a part because she had more followers on social media.
"A lot of what I have achieved is about timing and luck, but it is also, and I hate to say it, about a big social-media following," Turner told Porter magazine.
"I auditioned for a project and it was between me and another girl who is a far better actress than I am, far better, but I had the followers, so I got the job. It's not right, but it is part of the movie industry now."
The actress - who plays Sansa Stark in the HBO series - has 5.4 million followers on Instagram, 2 million on Facebook, and 1.34 million on Twitter.
She admitted that she had previously been told to tone down her social media presence and avoid sharing provocative political views by her PR team, as she hadn't realised how famous she had become.
"It was so gradual that I still treated my life and my social media like I wasn't in the public eye," she went on. "I was a 15-year-old girl writing rash political stuff that would get a negative reaction and my team would tell me to take it down.
"Now I am learning to keep my mouth shut."
Turner also told the publication that she's received pressure to lose weight, even if wasn't required for the part.
"There are often times when I have done jobs and they've told me that I have to lose weight, even when it has nothing to do with the character.
"It is so f***ed up."