Graham Norton rarely disappoints - and this video is no exception. Keeley Hawes gets very embarrassed regarding some of her voice over emotions of Lara Croft, Tomb Raider. It's hilarious, but of course it's included here to showcase another particular body language display. What follows is a partial nonverbal analysis.
Beginning at 1:30, Graham Norton continues, " ... Well, Let me say, a, a person, let's call them a - fan, has put together - seriously - has put together - every noise you make -"
Keeley Hawes: ... [lower lip biting during 1:39] ...."Not every noise"
Norton: "I, I, I beg to differ."
Keeley Hawes biting her right lower lip (during 1:39)
Depending on the other nonverbals with which it is clustered, lip biting can indicate anxiety, mischievousness, frustration, vulnerability, anger, sadness, focused thought - and sexual provocativeness/sexual display/sexual arousal.
What other nonverbal signals seen in this video indicate that this lip biting is projection sexual energy?
What is the significance of biting on the left vs. the right? Or the upper lip vs. lower lip?
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