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Irish Star Jamie Dornan Has One Of The Most Embarrassing Puberty Stories You'll Ever Hear

By Darragh Berry

January 19, 2018 at 11:03am

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Ah, puberty, the best time of your life.

How we miss all those mixed hormones and confusing thoughts.

ABSOLUTELY NOT. 

The majority of us have an embarrassing puberty story, even big celebrities like Irish actor Jamie Dornan.

Dornan is on The Graham Norton Show on Friday night to talk about his third installment in the Fifty Shades franchise, 'Fifty Shades Freed'.

Now, why he would want to share one of his teenage terror tales on television IN FRONT OF MILLIONS OF PEOPLE is beyond us but fair play to him for having the balls to do so.

Speaking of that area...

Here's what Dornan did when he was mid-way through his teenage years according to the Metro who saw a sneak peek of Friday night's show. 

"I was quite small (in height and build, get your minds out of the gutter) and wasn’t hairy at all – I was 15 and looked seven. On one particular day, I was in an amateur drama play and was going to a party after.

"For my role, I had bits of a black wig glued to my face for a beard and I decided to keep it for the party so I would look older. 

"I also decided to cut up the rest of the wig and glue it to my private parts just in case I got lucky. 

"I didn’t get lucky and removing the bits of wig ripped out the very small amount of natural hair I had down there. It was a physically and emotionally painful experience."

It's good to know that even Mr. Grey has had his sexual mishaps in the past. 

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