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    Dakota Johnson taught Jamie Dornan how to remove women's underwear in a sexy way

    The 'Fifty Shades of Grey' star may play Christian Grey in the erotic movie franchise but he has revealed that it was his co-star Dakota - who plays Anastasia Steele - who taught him the best way to remove a woman's underwear


    Speaking on CONAN, he said: "I think Dakota would be quicker to give me a note than a director. I guess there's a sexy way to take off a girl's underwear. There's a more delicate and sensual way to do it, which is thumbs into the side ... and then you sort of shimmy it down."

    Meanwhile, Dakota previously admitted it "never got easier" filming intimate scenes with Jamie.

    She said: "I really had to get ready for it each time and know exactly what we were going to do and how we were going to accomplish shooting the scenes, the more intimate ones. Over the course of the three films, it never got easier. It wasn't like, 'Oh, this old thing,' you know?"

    And Jamie previously insisted he doesn't care what fans think of the 'Fifty Shades of Grey' franchise.

    He added: "I don't really pay too much attention to how I'm perceived by audiences. That's why I'm not on social media. The only thing that matters to me is what my family and closest friends think of me."

    Jamie also said he is too old to carry on the franchise and now that E. L. James' three books have been turned into films it's time for him and his co-star Dakota - who plays Christian's lover Anastasia Steele - to walk away.

    He shared: "It's time, I don't think there's a story. Erica [E.L. James] wrote the two books from Christian's perspective but that has been done in the films. But Dakota and I, particularly me, are too old for doing this."

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