During one segment of the show, Booster, 35, and fellow guest, Heather Gay (Real Housewives of Salt Lake City), played Cohen’s ‘Truth or Swig’ game. This involves them truthfully answering a quick-fire round of questions or taking a swig of a drink.
Cohen asked Booster when he last had a threesome. He perhaps wasn’t expecting the answer he got back. After taking a moment to remember, Booster answered “Last Tuesday.”
Blown away by his honesty, Cohen exclaimed, “Oh my god, I love you! I love you! Yes!”.
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Cohen was clearly delighted with the answer because he then kept returning to it during the show.
When Booster attempted to explain why his Chrissy & Dave Dine Out co-star Chrissy Teigen has the “worst hot Bravo take,” Cohen butted in to say, “Last Tuesday, yes.”
When Booster managed to finish his answer, Cohen shot back with, “Tuesdays are for threeways.”
At the end of the show, Cohen made a final quip in Booster’s direction, saying, “It’s Tuesday night. You have a threeway to get to.”
Easier to guest star in a three-way
Booster has been candid about his romantic life before and talked about it at length in his Netflix comedy special, Joel Kim Booster: Psychosexual. In 2022, he told Page Six he was a fan of threesomes but found them trickier to organize after he’d entered into a relationship with someone.
“Not that they’re out of the question now,” he said in 2022, “but it was a lot more fun being the guest star than it was logistically planning it as a couple.
“So yeah, I think it’s a logistical nightmare now to engage in a threesome, but before it was just sort of, you come in and you get the spotlight and then you leave.”
Recently, Booster talked about marriage plans during a candid chat with comedian and Sirius XM radio host Zach Noe Towers. The actor has been in a relationship for the past few years with games producer John Michael-Kelly.
“He knows this, but I’m fully going to marry this man,” he told a shocked and delighted Towers. “I know it’s going to happen. The only guessing game for him now is when.”
Earlier this month, Booster also revealed his next movie project. A screenplay he’s written called Again Again Again has been snapped up by Searchlight. Booster may also star in it. According to Deadline, the story centers on a man called Gus, “who as the man of honor for his closest friend Maggie’s extravagant wedding weekend at a Napa winery, is tasked with making sure the whole event goes off without a hitch.”
“But when Gus’s wildly charismatic but emotionally unstable boyfriend Hal shows up unexpectedly, chaos ensues and threatens to derail the wedding as well as their relationship.”
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