‘Bold & Beautiful’ Cast Have To Kiss Dolls Instead Of Co-Stars & It Is Hilarious
By Izza Sofia, 29 Sep 2020
Image via IMDb
Due to COVID-19, actors are required to follow strict rules and prevention measures when they return on set.
The pandemic has also impacted love scenes, and this can be seen in the long-running soap opera The Bold And The Beautiful. Due to social distancing, actors now have to smooch a creepy-looking latex sex doll on air.
One of the executive producers on the show told the New York Times, “One of the first ideas we had was to bring in mannequins for the intimate scenes and hospital scenes, and it’s working quite well—we’re shooting it from a great distance or in a way you can’t see the form is inanimate.”
The footage of one of the actors kissing a sex doll has people cracking up online. “It’s a soap opera so they’re allowed to do goofy shit and get away with this. But if I see something like this in Batman I’m demanding my money back,” one user joked on Twitter.
“Can’t wait to f**k some mannequins this season,” Issa Rae poked fun at the scene.
Check out the weird segment below.
I'm cryinggg pic.twitter.com/TyWPx52wbx— This is an Airfryer Stan Acc (@simsimmaaz) September 4, 2020
I mean the soulful way he looked that mannequin straight in the eyeballs and kissed her— That Flighty Broad (@ThtFlightyBroad) September 5, 2020
Give that man a daytime Emmy NOW
I don’t know if it’s the laughter or the video. Maybe both. But this is friggin hilarious— T. (@NiceNTyeD) September 4, 2020
When he slid that hand down her back 😂😂😂😂😂😂— slattern (@slatt3rn) September 4, 2020
They gotta just get some saran wrap pic.twitter.com/KQ6uxB77JZ— #BlackLivesMatter - Kaell Steers (@kaellsteers) September 5, 2020
It’s a soap opera so they’re allowed to do goofy shit and get away with this. But if I see something like this in Batman I’m demanding my money back.— Magayla (@thiccy_smallz) September 5, 2020
same energy as the mannequin audience in Glee pic.twitter.com/9cK6Tap9xN— 𝕷'𝕺𝖘𝖈𝖚𝖗𝖎𝖙á 𝖉𝖊𝖑𝖑'𝕴𝖌𝖓𝖔𝖙𝖔🗝 (@williammoalaeua) September 5, 2020
[via B&T, cover image via IMDb]
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