You know Guy 1 very well. He’s primarily known as a small screen guy. He’s done very well professionally, and has made a ton of money. He is good-looking. He’s currently dating a woman who is less famous. You also know Guy 2 very well. He’s primarily known as a small screen guy. He’s done very well professionally, and has made good money. He is very good-looking. He was married to a woman who is less famous and is currently dating a woman who is less famous .
They sound very similar, right? Then why were we so surprised to find out that the two men are actually a couple? Don’t know. We just never put the two men together.
But they are together. Guy 1 was visiting Guy 2 at work. An employee walked in on the two men engaged in a hot and heavy make out session. The two men were embarrassed, but said to the shocked employee, “You’re not going to tell anyone, are you?” The flustered employee simply muttered “Excuse me”, and backed out of the room. On the way out, the employee bumped into Beard 2, who clearly knew what was going on in the other room. She noticed the expression on the employee’s face and snapped, “Oh, don’t act so surprised! You work in Hollywood.”
An extra clue:
Guy 2 was on the same television show as Beard 1.
An extra extra clue:
Although Guy 1 isn’t out, he’s frequently out. That statement would make perfect sense if it the punctuation was different.
BG Note: We’ve corrected a mistake made in the original post.
I'm guessing Ryan Seacrest for Guy #1. But not sure. This one is hard.