So let’s talk about Zac Efron. And how well he made it through puberty. Can we get a round of applause for the hard work his body did to transform him from aÂ High School MusicalÂ star to the hunky hearthrob he is today. (Oh yeah, IÂ shouldÂ tell you that I’m bringing the word hunk back. Sure it makes you feel like your mom to say it now, but in a year from now it will flow off your tongue easier than yolo.)
VultureÂ reports that at a recent screening of his new movieÂ At Any Price,Â Heather Graham said Zefron told her that filming their sex scene together made him nervous since it was his very first time. Filming a sex scene, not presumably, having sex in general. I’m going to go on the record and guess that Zefron’s had sex before. Especially if my dreams count. If those qualify then yeah, he has had sexual relations before. And he said quote, “nobody does it better than bloggers.” But like I said, that was just a dream and I don’t know if people count those these days.
When someone asked Zac about these nerves, he adorably responded with, “I was nervous because Iâ€™ve been in love with her since I can remember. It was very surreal for me.” In addition to that round of applause I requested earlier, can we get an awwww up in here. How cute is Zac? And how lucky is he? Only in Celebrityland, do people everÂ actuallyÂ get to play sex games with their first crush. Â Sure it didn’t work out great for Katie Holmes in the long run, but I’m sure for awhile she felt really good about herself. I know I would if I ever got to finally have sex in a car in a sinking boat with my first celebrity crush, Leonardo DiCaprio. Or a car on land. In retrospect that fantasy may have seemed much more fun, and much less dangerous, in theory. Also when I first imagined us together, I didn’t have to worry about which supermodel he hooked up with the night before. But that’s neither here nor there since I will likely neverÂ consummateÂ my relationship with Leo. After all, I’m not anywhere as lucky as Zefron, in crush-consumating-sex-scenes or in puberty.
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