Colton Haynes tells Andy Cohen the surprising story of how he lost his virginity
Arrow star Colton Haynes has revealed the surprising story of how he lost his virginity.
The Hollywood actor told Andy Cohen’s radio show that it wasn’t actually a boy who he gave his virginity to.
Haynes, who is now engaged to celebrity florist Jeff Leatham, revealed that he lost his virginity to “a boy and a girl”.
“I’ve never said that before,” Haynes said on the Sirius XM show Andy Cohen Live.
“The girl was two years older than me, and the guy was, I would say, around 16.
“Everyone participated. It was a real first time. It was exciting.”
However the experiences were on separate occasions, not at the same time, he revealed.
Haynes did not elaborate on which came first, but did reveal he has slept with four women in his life.
It turns out Cher was in on the action, with a video playing before Colton’s boyfriend, Leatham, popped the question.
Leatham proposed to Haynes on the beach at the Las Ventanas al Paraiso in Los Cabos, Mexico.
A fireworks display set to Bruno Marrs Marry You then played out.
As proposals go, this one is definitely in the #winning category.
In a statement to E! News, Haynes said: “I’m so blessed and happy for the future and my life together with Jeff.”
In the video, Cher says: “So, I got you babe!” before asking them to take the moment.
“Alright, this is for you, you know what it is, you know what you’re supposed to do now and this is gonna be the best thing ever and you have to call me to tell me how it worked out, alright!”
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The star’s manager explained the proposal, saying: “Jeff’s marriage proposal to Colton was incredible, starting with a personalized video message from Cher singing their favorite song ‘I Got You Babe’, followed by video messages from their family members and close friends — including Melanie Griffith, Serena Williams, Ally Maki, and many more.
“After Colton said yes, the proposal continued with a fireworks display set to Bruno Mars’ Marry You as the couple danced in tears.”
He told EW: “It was a complete shock. I wasn’t ready to be back in the headlines… I should have made a comment or a statement, but I just wasn’t ready.
“I didn’t feel like I owed anyone anything. I think in due time, everyone has to make those decisions when they’re ready, and I wasn’t yet.
“But I felt like I was letting people down by not coming forward with the rest of what I should have said.”