Golden Globes viewers reacted excitedly to an unexpected kiss between Ryan Reynolds and Andrew Garfield at last night’s awards ceremony.
When Reynolds found out he had lost the Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy prize to Ryan Gosling, he responded by pulling in fellow nominee Andrew Garfield for a seemingly spontaneous kiss.
Watch a clip of the kiss (which happened as Gosling was walking onto stage to collect his trophy) posted on Twitter below.
— Vulture (@vulture) January 9, 2017
Viewers who spotted the kiss in the corner of the screen shared an array of reactions on Twitter, with some fans even suggesting that Garfield could play the boyfriend of Reynolds’ Deadpool in a future movie. The actor recently hinted that his pansexual superhero could have a male love interest in an upcoming sequel.
Others dubbed the kiss “Spideypool” in reference to Reynolds’ Deadpool and Garfield’s appearances as Spider-Man. Check out a selection of tweeted reactions below.
OH MY GOD RYAN REYNOLDS AND ANDREW GARFIELD KISSING IN THE BACKGROUND LMFAOOO IM BLAKE LIVELY SITTING THERE CLAPPING https://t.co/DLAfYfaRGq
— steph (@influentialhes) January 9, 2017
ryan reynolds lost the globe but got a kiss from andrew garfield so who's the real winner
— ʸᵘⁿᵍ???? (@rickdeckards) January 9, 2017
I don't know if I'm jealous of Andrew Garfield for getting to kiss Ryan Reynolds or of Ryan Reynolds for getting to kiss Andrew Garfield
— grace ✨ (@abookish_person) January 9, 2017
Ryan Reynolds & Andrew Garfield making the fandom happy.
Spideypool kiss. I'm so thankful. pic.twitter.com/1uIHsmi1ja
— Purple means I love you ? (@Neeeims) January 9, 2017
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