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Broadway's 'Of Mice and Men' star James Franco stopped by last night's Late Show with David Letterman to explain his recent peculiar postings on Instagram, including a photo of himself in his underwear.
"It's not like I'm like putting that on billboards," said the actor in his own defense. "Ostensibly Instagram is for all my fans, but you know now all the bloggers are following me on there, so they'll just take it and use my images for whatever they want."
Check out the appearance below!
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