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David Beckham Sent Ryan Reynolds As Loving Comment On Instagram

Internet users and fans of celebrities love it when social media allows us to see the fun, funny, and human sides of our favorite stars.

Last year, David Beckham teamed up with Ryan Reynolds to make a hilarious short for the Deadpool 2 Film. The two had great fun making the clip and it looks like they formed a bromance that day.

That bromance is now popping up on Instagram thanks to a post by Beckham himself.

On September 19, Ryan Reynolds posted about the filming of a future project of his. Then in the comments of the post Beckham popped in to give his bud a loving compliment.

“God you are handsome,” Beckham said.

The bromance doesn’t stop at just online comments and video though, as it continued in tv show interviews as well.

The two shared time together while on the Graham Norton Show back in May. The two enjoyed time talking about their Deadpool shoot and Beckham’s kids.

We’ve got to say, this has brought up the idea of a bromance film between Beckham and Reynolds into our heads. If Beckham ever wants to work more as an actor, that’s one film we’d definitely go see.

"Deadpool in Heels" Dancer Yanis Marshall Is Rocking Our World

Meet the man behind the latest Deadpool in heels video.

A couple days ago, we shared with you the latest viral hit on the internet. Actor and comedian Ryan Reynolds shared a promotional video for the upcoming Deadpool movie. In the video, the merc with a mouth dances around Celine Dion on stage while wearing heels.

But, if you thought Reynolds was wearing the suit and heels (but you probably didn’t), you were dead wrong.

Yesterday, a man named Yanis Marshall posted on Instagram a shout out Reynolds gave him. In the screenshot of Reynolds’s words, you can read:

“How does Ryan Reynolds dance so beautifully? Did he have eight bones surgically removed from his body in order to move as if a graceful swan had sex with Fred Astaire?” The answer my surprise you. Yes. I did have eight bones removed from my body. But the dancing was all Yanis Marshall. This man is not just a dancer… he’s an elite athlete, hero and all-around hilarious person. Follow him on Instagram. Put him in movies. Throw confetti at his feet when you see him. He is a gift to this weary world.”

But who is Yanis Marshall? Well, he’s a dancer and choreographer who’s getting work and attention for his vibrant personality and his fierce dancing (often while wearing heels).

You might have already seen Marshall through Britain’s Got Talent. Marshall auditioned back in 2014 and ended up becoming a finalist.

But he doesn’t just dance, he choreographs dances too. Yanis Marshall also has spent time working as a coach and choreographer on Dancing With The Stars and the Ukraine’s version of So You Think You Can Dance. And now, he’s the choreographer for Cirque du Soleil’s Las Vegas Zumanity show (a show bursting with sexual energy and that also has same-sex romances depicted).

Congratulations to Yanis Marshall. His hard work is paying off and Ryan Reynolds is helping to get his name out there.

We're Gagging Over Deadpool Dancing To Celine Dion In Heels

Bless Ryan Reynolds and the marketing team for Deadpool.

Throughout his career, Ryan Reynolds has been known as a funny guy. But, only since he truly embraced his comedic side has he found his niche in Hollywood.

Part of the first Deadpool film’s success was because of the movie’s wonderfully creative marketing. From emoji billboards to cabin hubby posters, the comedic genius and creativity of Reynolds and his team shined brightly.

Now that the sequel film is just around the corner, Reynolds is giving us one last jab of viral bound bliss by releasing another promo on Twitter (and he’s doing it in heels).

Earlier this morning, Ryan Reynolds shared a video on Twitter that at first seems like a performance by Canadian singing sensation Celine Dion. But after a few moments of watching, viewers realized they were getting a Deadpool treat.

This is just the latest in a long stream of funny and creative trailers and viral videos used to promote the superhero film. All of it aligns with the brand and vision that the bounty hunter-and-sometimes-hero had in the comic books.

You can check out a few other funny videos that reference pop culture icons like Bob Ross and Toy Story down below.

Deadpool 2 arrives in American theaters on May 15.