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Rupert Everett said that Colin Firth used his tongue in a kissing scene the two shot in the 2007 film “St. Trinian’s.”
In the comedy, Everett played a woman named Camilla Fritton, who ends up smooching with Firth’s character, Geoffrey Thwaites.
“The weird thing was, I had no idea that Colin was going to tongue me,” Everett cheekily told Piers Morgan on an upcoming episode of “Life Stories,” reports The Daily Mail.
The 61-year-old gay actor said that when he met Firth years earlier on the set of 1984’s “Another Country,” he nursed an unrequited crush on the “Bridget Jones’s Diary” star.
“Well, I just got a crush on him. I became obsessed by him and we hung out together all the time,” he said. “And then I realized we were completely different types of people.”
Oddly enough, Everett admits that because he’d decided that Firth was “boring,” he attempted to persuade others and now says his behavior was “nasty.”
The two bad-mouthed each other for years before reconciling on the set of 2002’s “The Importance of Being Earnest.”
A rep for Firth did not reply for comment.
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