Jimmy Fallon’s “Tonight Show” is a much-anticipated talk show for all the right reasons. It has gotten countless celebrities to show off their regular selves in front of the camera, including Emma Watson and Nicole Kidman. On its most recent episode, the popular show featured another actor who got wet and wild with Fallon.
Sort of wild, that is. Jimmy Fallon took this opportunity to challenge Chris Hemsworth in a card game war on his show. Named as People’s “Sexiest Man Alive” in 2014, Fallon proved to the world just how deserving of the title the 31-year-old was. And it definitely put a smile on everyone’s faces, even Fallon’s!
The card game war requires the losing hand to be splashed with a pint of water on his face. Whoever gets to throw five glasses on his opponent, gets to win the game and cannon the loser with water.
The last time Hemsworth went head to head with Fallon on the game, he was able to win and beat the late night TV host. Unfortunately, this wasn’t the case this time around. Turns out, Hemsworth was dealt with a very unlucky hand. The actor was drenched in water as Fallon enjoyed splashing him with the penalty for losing the card game.
To make the game even more exciting, Hemsworth wore a white short that only displayed nothing but the Australian’s hot bod underneath the wet piece of clothing at the end of the game. When the game was over, Hemsworth stood up from the table and further drenched himself with water. Meanwhile, Fallon laughed and continued to shoot the water cannon at him.
Apart from playing the crazily funny game, Hemsworth took the time to promote his latest movie “Blackhat.” The movie will be released in theaters starting Jan. 16, 2015.
But to the viewers, the exciting part of the show was when the Aussie actor was drenched in water and showed off his hot bod. Trust us, you would want to see the “Sexiest Man Alive” in a wet T-shirt.
Watch the video clip of the episode below:
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