Emily Blunt is an award-winning actress known for her roles in films such as The Devil Wears Prada, Edge of Tomorrow, and A Quiet Place. But it turns out that even the toughest of Hollywood stars have their fears. In a recent interview, Blunt revealed that she has an irrational fear of dead hair.

When asked what she was scared of, Blunt replied, “Dead hair. I’m not into that.” She went on to explain that she has a phobia of finding dead hair in her food or on her clothes. “It’s an irrational fear,” she said. “But I can’t help it.”

The fear of dead hair, or trichophobia, is a relatively rare phobia that is often associated with a fear of contamination. It is thought to be caused by a traumatic experience involving dead hair, such as a pet’s death or a traumatic haircut.

While Blunt’s fear of dead hair may seem strange, it is actually quite common. Many people who suffer from trichophobia report feeling anxious or disgusted when they come into contact with dead hair. Some even experience panic attacks or avoid situations where they might come into contact with dead hair.

Fortunately, there are treatments available for trichophobia. Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is often used to help people overcome their fear of dead hair. This type of therapy helps people to identify and challenge their irrational thoughts and beliefs about dead hair. It also helps them to develop coping strategies for dealing with their fear.

While Emily Blunt may have an irrational fear of dead hair, it is clear that she is still a strong and fearless actress. She has faced down many of Hollywood’s toughest opponents and is sure to continue to do so in the future.