Dylan Sprouse Responds To Selena Gomez Saying That Kissing Him Was ‘The Worst’
It’s been a looong time since Selena Gomez and Dylan Sprouse smooched while filming on the Disney Channel, but Selena recently said that the whole experience was pretty cringeworthy. Naturally, this is Hollywood so it didn’t take long for the After We Collided actor to hear what SelGo had said about him. Then hilarity ensued.
“I had written in the closets [of my childhood home] that I was in love with Cole Sprouse,” Selena told Kelly Clarkson on The Kelly Clarkson Show and side note: we should be concerned that Kelly has literally no clue who the Riverdale actor is.
“Cole Sprouse was on The Suite Life of Zack & Cody and I was obsessed with that show and I thought we were gonna be together one day. I guest-starred on the show, but I kissed his brother and I didn’t get to kiss Cole,” Selena said of her experience as a guest on the Disney Channel show.
“It was my first kiss!” she continued before remarking, “It was one of the worst days of my life.” Considering she’s broken up with Justin Bieber like, ten times, and had a kidney transplant for her lupus, that’s *really* saying something.
It didn’t take long for the brothers to catch wind of the interview and since Cole has probably never passed up an opportunity to troll his twin, he commented on a Teen Vogue Instagram post reporting the story, saying, “I can safely say I’ve never had a girl say this about me.”
Not long after, Dylan posted a picture of the Daily Mail article on Snapchat that shows Dyl at his sixteenth birthday party — a “Mario Super Sluggers Sweet 16” wearing a fedora next to the words “Kissing Dylan was ‘The worst’.” Dylan, happy to poke fun at the awkward years on full-display in the photo, wrote, “Yo get that pic of him in the fedora to really sell the message.” LMAO.
“Yo get that pic of him in the fedora to really sell the message” pic.twitter.com/5229BytWQl
— Dylan Sprouse (@dylansprouse) March 8, 2020
Of course, Dylan’s now in a happy relationship with Barbara Palvin and looking fine as ever, so all’s well that ends well.