Matthew Lewis, the actor who portrayed Neville Longbottom in the Harry Potter movies, joined BBC Radio 1 hosts Scott Mills and Chris Stark for a round of Innuendo Bingo.
To play the game, two players fill their mouths with water and then listen to various news clips that inadvertently sound sexual — "mass debate" and "full moon" are among the sound bites.
Lewis has come a long way since his nerdy Neville Longbottom days, and has grown into quite the hunk. He's still a kid on the inside, though, as he proves with his fits of giggles on the show. Spoiler alert: Lewis is not very good at this game, but you can't help but laugh with him as he makes it rain (from his mouth) inside the BBC Radio 1 studio. The hosts even chastise him for not being able to keep it together.
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