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Of all Sacha Baron Cohen's characters everyone's favorite by far is Borat — but apparently there was one scene form the hit comedy so dirty NO ONE got to see it!
The 44-year-old actor stopped by Conan O'Brien's late night show last night to help promote his upcoming comedy The Brothers Grimsby and revealed there was a deleted porno scene from Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan!
Sacha apparently visited a porn movie set — in character — with REAL porn actors, actresses, and directors filming a movie. And Borat even got to "act" in the scene!
Ch-ch-check out Sacha retelling the HIGHlarious scene (below)!
Sacha Baron Cohen really knows the go-to critics to get early reviews for his upcoming film Brothers Grimsby!
Now, the Borat star screened the same scene for world renowned movie critic Kim Kardashian West!
Watching with a group that included Kanye West, Kris Jenner, Kourtney Kardashian, and wild card Courteney Cox (along with her daughter!), Kimmy LOVED the NSFW clip — giving it three out of four "tears of joy" emojis:
Ali G was probably the most surprising celebrity appearance at the 2016 Oscars — well, behind Stacey Dash obviously.
But while Stacey was simply unwelcome, Sacha Baron Cohen's deluded gangsta rapper character was expressly BANNED!
So how did he end up onstage, presenting alongside Olivia Wilde?
It took the help of his baby momma/partner-in-crime Isla Fisher!
Cohen revealed to ITV's This Morning on Monday:
Aw, one of our fave couples!
The two posed it up at the Oscars in LA Sunday, and we have to say we are totally in love with Isla's hair.
Obviously the color is everything, but we especially love those perfect ringlets framing her face.
Unfortunately, we don't think her print off-shoulder dress is going to get her on our best-dressed list tonight.
Still love you, girl!
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Leave it to Sacha Baron Cohen!
The 44-year-old comedian is known for his extreme roles in Borat, Bruno, The Dictator, and now his new character in the upcoming film The Brothers Grimsby.
While promoting the movie on the WTF! podcast with Marc Maron, Isla Fisher's husband took us behind the scenes of filming his outrageous projects AND revealed that he's 23 percent gay. Sure!
When Maron asked the Brit if he's gay, Cohen responded:
"I'm 23 percent gay. We worked it out did the calculations. I'm 23 percent gay. There are times I go down to 17 sometimes I'm 31 depends on the situation. When I was doing Borat and I had the testicles at my chin I was at 31."
Whatever floats your boat, Sacha!
The funny man also took the time to share some other interesting facts — including that the FBI got involved during the production of Borat:
"On Borat the FBI started following us. They got so many complaints that there was a terrorist traveling in an ice-cream van…that they started compiling a file on us."
And that's not the only time he's had to run from the law while filming:
You wouldn't expect any less from Sacha Baron Cohen, would you?
The actor and comedian attended the premiere of his latest film Grimsby in London Monday night completely sans pants!
He has pretty nice legs, tbh.
Yet they're somehow less hairy than when he portrayed Borat in that eyesore of a mankini. Weird!
We originally thought he'd shaved his gams, but upon closer inspection there was definitely hair there.
The 44-year-old also rocked a stained gray sweater, light blue briefs, and black knee socks worn with those terry cloth slippers they give you in fancy hotels.
Will you be seeing this flick, Perezcious readers???
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The couple looked so clean-cut and perfectly poised in their timeless looks of a black tie tux and elegant white gown.
Isla was especially striking with her luscious red locks coiled over one shoulder and providing a vivid contrast against her ivory square-neck dress, which featured a simple satin panel along the neckline.
No fuss and all glam!
Sometimes you just can't beat the classics.
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