P!nk and Reese Witherspoon played never have I ever with Ellen and it’s adorably awkward

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Pop star P!nk and actor Reese Witherspoon appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show yesterday and as is tradition for the show, they took part in a quick game of “Never Have I Ever”.

The segment of the show usually sees Ellen ask questions and her and her guests admit to if they have or haven’t done it.

Ellen DeGeneres
Ellen DeGeneres

The host kicked off the game with nothing too embarrassing, just casual questions about lap dances and faking injuries.

Ellen decided to move on to a more awkward question as she asked her guests if they had ever done “it” in public.

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Reese was clearly a little mortified, while Pink was quick to come clean as she laughed at the absurdity of the game.

She even told Ellen where “it” went down, in a park.

Reese was super shy about the whole ordeal and tried to play dumb at first asking what “it” even meant.

But eventually, she admitted to doing “it” in public, although she wouldn’t take any “follow up questions”.

The whole time Pink is laughing and clearly loving how awkward Reese is about the whole thing.

Pink name-checked George Michael and Freddie Mercury as she made an impassioned defence of genderfluid and non-binary people at the MTV VMAs last month.

While accepting the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award, the 37-year-old told a story about her six-year-old Willow, who like her often dresses in a masculine style.

Reese Witherspoon is set to star in a film production based on the notoriously homophobic Westboro Baptist Church.

Westboro is notorious for its opposition to “fags” and “fag-enablers”, picketing anything related to LGBT equality as part of its quest to spread a message of hatred.

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A new film is based on an account of the life of Megan Phelps-Roper, the daughter of the church’s notorious spokesperson Shirley Phelps-Roper, and how she broke away from the church in 2012 along with her sister.

On Twitter, Megan Phelps-Roper appeared to confirm reports that Legally Blonde star Reese Witherspoon is involved in the project, amid rumours that Witherspoon is to play the starring role.