Sure, we've heard plenty of behind-the-scenes stories from the set of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. But Daisy Ridley has just revealed that she almost threw up on Luke Skywalker. She was in Skellig Michael, Ireland, shooting the sequel's climactic ending with Mark Hamill. And as it turns out, she was quite sick one of those days. Asked by Goss about her experience filming in Ireland, Rey came clean and revealed that one day was particularly rough.

"I'll be very honest with you. I was very sick one of the days we filmed. Mark was trying to do his serious acting. And I was wrenching in the corner. I'm not kidding. It was so awful. But if you're going to be sick anywhere, why not be sick on Skellig Michael. The first time I went was in a helicopter. I was like, 'Oh, my god! This is so cool.' The stairs were insane. That climb? I did that six times. Our Steady-cam guy was walking backwards with a big camera. He had it worse. So I said, 'I'm not going to complain about my legs.' Because he was having a worse time."

Now, we would naturally just assume that Daisy Ridley caught the flu, or a cold, or some other bug flying around Ireland. But shortly after she reveals she almost threw up on Master Jedi Luke Skywalker, she describes her downtime while stationed in Ireland, and confirms most of that time was spent in a nearby pub. Where she enjoyed her first Guinness. Was the girl hung over during her big Luke Skywalker meet and greet. She certainly doesn't say that. But it sounds like she had a lot of fun while on location.

"We visited the pub. Which was very nice. It was cute. There were these little kids who did 'There's a whole in my bucket.' It was actually the cutest thing I ever seen. I had my first Guinness, we had great food. They were very welcoming. And we had these Sherpas looking out for us, so we were all able to go and have a drink afterwards."

Episode VIII is now shooting in London. But early shooting was done last September on Skellig Michael Island with Mark Hamill to accommodate the location's limited access. It has never been reported that Daisy Ridley was part of this shoot. But it is assumed that she was there, due to her visiting Luke's secluded hideaway at the end of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Can you believe the new star of Star Wars threw up in the corner while Mark Hamill stepped back in the Jedi robes of Luke Skywalker for the first time in over 30 years?

B. Alan Orange