Another hottie bites the dust ladies! Matt Bomer is known for his roles in Guiding Light, Tru Calling, Chuck and White Collar but we finally got to see (well… will see) the full Bomer Monty in Magic Mike, coming out June 29th. Unfortunately this pretty face is off the market, at least off of our market, and what a shame that is.
Bomer unofficially came out earlier this year, when he was honored at the Desert AIDS Fund in Palm Springs in February, thanking his longtime partner, Hollywood publicist Simon Halls, and their three children, Kit, Walker and Henry. And the cat was out of the bag.
Recently Bomer sat down with E!’s Marc Malkin to talk about Magic Mike, and the two really got to talking. “I never really endeavored to hide anything,” Bomer, 34, told Malkin. “But there were times I chose not to relegate my history to the back page of a magazine, which to me is sort of akin to putting your biography on a bathroom wall.” Whatever that means… He is however happy he came out, “I had somebody from the military approach me a few weeks ago just saying how this helps people, affects people, It brought me to tears.”
Veering the conversation a little towards his new movie Magic Mike, Matt Bomer was actually pretty surprised that they asked him to join the likes of Channing Tatum and Matthew McConaughey. “When they called me, I thought, ‘Do they have the wrong number? Did they mean to call the guy from Vampire Diaries?’” Bomer said laughing. (which would have been totally awesome!) “And at the time I was really skinny so I think there may have been a five-minute window from when I hung up the phone to when I went to the gym.” Adding about 15 pounds of muscle to that gorgeous face of his.
Remembering advice from the expert, AKA Channing Tatum the former stripper, Bomer was actually pretty embarrassed. “Channing told me, ‘You have to use the stretcher and just get up on this girl and grind your junk in her face.’ But this girl was not going to just sit there and be ground upon,” Bomer said. “She started licking me in all kinds of special places and we just kept going…It was one of those situations where you were in an environment where moral parameters are not the same as they are if you’re doing a political drama. You just sort of have to say yes to everything and embrace it.” Awkward!