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'The Crown' Star Josh O'Connor Had No Idea WTF A TikTok Was During TIFF Interview (VIDEO)

"I don't know what that is, I'd be rubbish, sorry."

'The Crown' Star Josh O'Connor Had No Idea WTF A TikTok Was During TIFF Interview (VIDEO)

The Crown star Josh O'Connor appeared to be more than a little confused after being asked to do a TikTok video during an interview at TIFF.

The British actor, who is best known for portraying a young Prince Charles, hilariously dodged a request to appear on the video-sharing platform after revealing he had no idea what it was.

"What is a TikTok? I don't know what that is, I'd be rubbish, sorry," the star said while awkwardly laughing and walking away.

The 31-year-old didn't seem to be too embarrassed by the moment though, later sharing the video to his own Twitter account.

O'Connor is in Toronto promoting the film Mothering Sunday, a period-piece drama about a couple's secret affair in post-WWI England.

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