Macaulay Culkin was not holding back on spilling out any details in his recent appearance on the “Anna Faris Is Unqualified” podcast.
The 'Home Alone' actor spoke about losing his virginity at the age of 15 and also spoke about his “special lady friend" that he has in his life currently.
Macaulay decided to reveal the age at which he lost his virginity when the host, Anna Faris asked him at what age he would want his kids to lose their virginity.
It is then that he revealed he was 15 when he lost his virginity. "I was about 15, so I think that would be the youngest I’d be ok with that,” he said, before joking, “I’d say about 32. I want them to wait till they’re married."
Even though Macaulay did not hesitate to talk about the incident, he did note that it wasn't "special".
He confessed that it had been planned and there was nothing weird about it.
“It wasn’t gross or weird. We planned it. It was warm and sticky and I felt like, ‘Geez, this is weird. Am I doing it right?’” he said.
“We listened to The White Album, so there you go. ‘Am I doing it right? This is warm and sticky. There are so many weird smells!’”
Even though the actor did not quite remember who the person had been, there is no doubt that the actor has a history of doing things early.
To begin with, he married actress Rachel Miner when he was 17 before they later split in 2002. He also dated actress Mila Kunis for a brief period of time.
During the interview, Macaulay also spoke about his "special lady friend". Macaulay, who has been rumored of dating actress Brenda Song did not openly admit their relationship but did drop hints about the two being a couple.
He mentioned about a "special lady friend" several times in the interview adding that “she’s Asian, so I can make Asian jokes now too.”
“I’d be lying if I didn’t say looks matter. But also, I’m with a lady right now and she is so good to me that they feel like blows,” he said.
“She just does nice things, and I feel like at first, I didn’t know how to be treated well in that kind of way. It was a strange, almost foreign concept. So that kind of thing, I realized it is important to me.”
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