The 2017 Golden Globe Awards had no shortage of surprising moments—the broken teleprompter, Aaron Taylor-Johnson’s upset, Atlanta‘s win, to name just a few—but one of the biggest ones might be something you didn’t see at all. It happened when Ryan Reynolds and Andrew Garfield locked lips. But, wait—what?
Oh, yes, it really happened. Ryan Reynolds and Andrew Garfield’s unexpected kiss took place as Ryan Gosling was making his way to the stage to accept his award for Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. If you look past Gosling in a clip of the moment—which, yes, we know is hard to do—you can spot a tiny Ryan Reynolds and Andrew Garfield in an impassioned kiss. The smooch wasn’t casual, either. Garfield’s hands were wrapped around Reynolds’ face while Reynolds embraced Garfield’s neck.
So, how did Blake Lively feel? She was watching on, clapping enthusiastically. Perhaps shockingly though, no one else around them seemed to notice in the clip that’s been making the rounds. Go ahead and watch on repeat, below.
Here’s a closer view:
If Ryan Reynolds and Andrew Garfield’s—um—bromance seems like it came out of left field, that’s because it did. The actors have never shared screen time together or been spotted hanging out. They do have one thing in common though: Both of them have played a—at the very least—questionably sexually fluid superhero. Garfield, who starred in 2012’s The Amazing Spider-Man, has gone on the record to say that he thinks the Marvel protagonist could be gay. Meanwhile, Reynolds has talked about how his Deadpool character is pansexual. “You know? This is 2016,” he said. “We all need to grow up. I’m going to be a spokesperson for pansexuality from here on out.”