Andrew Garfield Explains Golden Globes Kiss with Ryan Reynolds, Smooches Stephen Colbert On 'The Late Show' [VIDEO]
Andrew Garfield has a lot of explaining to do!
The former silver screen "Spider-Man" can't seem to stop kissing men, as evidenced by his latest and controversial visit on "The Late Show" with Stephen Colbert on Wednesday night.
Garfield was on the show to talk about his latest movie, Martin Scorcese's "Silence," when he took the opportunity to explain why he kissed Ryan Reynolds just as Ryan Gosling beat Reynolds out for the Best Actor Award at the hilariously eventful Golden Globes last Sunday night.
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"I just wanted Ryan to know that I loved him no matter if he won or lost," Garfield explained. "I wanted him to know it's how you play the game, it doesn't matter, he showed up and gave it all and it doesn't change anything in my heart. I just wanted him to know I love him very much."
Colbert then asked, "And you're very comfortable kissing other men?," to which Garfield responded, "I don't even understand the question."
And yet it seemed he did as he then moved in for a kiss with Colbert. The audience shrieked and applauded as the two men held the kiss for a few seconds before pulling away... and then came back for a second kiss!
After a few long awkward seconds of staring at each other and into space, Colbert hilariously told the actor, "You're a very gentle lover, I'll start with that."
Now, we are wondering how his ex Emma Stone will react to this one!
Check out Andrew Garfield's "racy" interview below: