Josh Hutcherson: I’m Afraid I’ll Drunk Tweet, So I Don’t Know Password (VIDEO)
Josh Hutcherson doesn’t know his own Twitter password. It’s a safety precaution to make sure he doesn’t drunk tweet. The actor explained his anxiety over using social media to Jimmy Fallon on Friday’s “Tonight Show.” Watch the video below!
“I shouldn’t have a Twitter with two-point-something million followers. People drunk text. If you drunk tweet, it’s 2.6 million times worse,” said Hutcherson, whose account is run by someone else. Whenever he needs to say something on Twitter, he just tells the person who has the password to write it for him. He joked, “That way, I can’t one night [tweet], ‘I hate Hunger Games.'” He explained, “You can ruin a whole career… in 140 characters or less.” Some other celebrities would probably be wise to follow Hutcherson’s instinct.
Fallon then showed some adorable, embarrassing pictures of Hutcherson competing in the equivalent of a beauty pageant as a little kid in Kentucky. Hutcherson even gave a little impromptu performance of a Brooks & Dunn classic. Then he and the host competed in a ferocious game of bubble hockey (with a twist). We won’t spoil what happened, but it was intense. Watch the videos from Hutcherson’s latest “Tonight Show” appearance below, and tell us what you think!