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Stephen Amell: Male Prostitute Discussion on 'Leno'

Stephen Amell: Male Prostitute Discussion on 'Leno'

Stephen Amell is all smiles while appearing on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Tuesday (April 23) in Burbank, Calif.

The 31-year-old actor was seen chatting with Jay Leno about playing a male prostitute on HBO show Hung and filming love scenes with a sock. Check out the video below!

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Carol Burnett, who was also a special guest, was also seen engaging in the conversation with Stephen.

“What an amazing day. #Arrow is brand new tomorrow. Brand, spanking, NEW! I’m going on hiatus for a bit. Enjoy responsibly please,” Stephen tweeted later in the day.

“For anyone who saw my Tonight Show appearance and is interested in the F-ck Cancer charity, and the upcoming event… Here you go: FCancerEvents.com,” Stephen added on Facebook about his event at Bootsy Bellows on May 9.


Stephen Amell – ‘Tonight Show with Jay Leno’
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6 Responses to “Stephen Amell: Male Prostitute Discussion on 'Leno'”

  1. 1
    xoxo Says:

    Sexy man

  2. 2
    sara Says:

    he is so hot!

  3. 3
    tigress Says:

    I love him shaved

  4. 4
    Cymnenzycle Says:

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  5. 5
    Willow Says:

    This was such a fun interview. He is so polite, handsome and sexy.

  6. 6
    sam Says:

    JARED, you should really post about the most important part of the interview where he spoke about the charity, F*ck Cancer, and how he is hosting their LA fundraiser. Raise some awareness for this truly empowering and inspiring charity.

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