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Matt Bomer & Andrew Rannells Share a Kiss After Getting ‘Uncomfortably Close’

Matt Bomer & Andrew Rannells Share a Kiss After Getting ‘Uncomfortably Close’

Matt Bomer, Andrew Rannells, Andy Cohen, Watch What Happens Live

“The thing is, you can’t be too close to Matt Bomer.”

Andy Cohen's Watch What Happens Live might as well be a compendium for ill-advised drinking games. Tired of "Never Have I Ever" and "Truth or Dare?" how about playing "Who Gon Check Me, Q's?"

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When Cohen recently had The Boys in the Band stars Matt Bomer and Andrew Rannells on the show he had them play the game where, sitting face to face, the two had one minute to ask as many questions of the other as possible, leaning in closer each time they asked one. Of course, after performing eight shows a week together, being in past projects together, and from just being all around good friends, Bomer and Rannells weren't uncomfortable at all with their proximity.

After nudging noses only 30 seconds in the two backed up a little bit and resumed, this time finishing their timer off with a platonic peck. Shadiest answer to a question goes to Bomer when, when asked by Rannells when the last time he brushed his teeth was he said, "More recently than you." Watch, below.

Bonus clip: Bomer and Rannells dress up to reenact a classic scene from Southern Charm.

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