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January Jones would love Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes threesome

Published 28/10/2016

January Jones
January Jones

January Jones regularly sleep walks and will often find cups of tea in her kitchen which she has unconsciously prepared during the night.

January Jones wouldn't think twice about forming a three-way relationship with Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes.

The Mad Men star made an appearance on America's The Late Late Show with James Corden on Thursday night (27Oct16), when she discussed her role on TV show The Last Man on Earth.

In the post-apocalyptic comedy series, January plays Melissa Chartres, a former real estate agent who agrees to embark on a relationship with a man named Todd, even though he's already dating another woman.

When questioned by host James whether she would ever be interested in forming a threesome with an established celebrity couple, January, 38, had two top choices.

"Well, Mary Steenburgen and Ted Danson - they could just adopt me, it doesn't have to be weird," she said. "But if it was going to be a romantic 'throuple' (three-way relationship) I'd say Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes. I wouldn't know who to choose."

While host James admitted he wasn't sure if he could "stand the pressure" of being in a "throuple" with the handsome actor, January didn't hesitate in replying, "I could!"

The blonde beauty was joined on the Late Late show's couch by actor Andrew Garfield, and the conversation quickly turned to the pair's shared parasomnia after January revealed she either sleepwalks regularly or lives in a haunted house.

"Sometimes I'll go down to the kitchen in the morning and there's a tea prepared, like a women's hormone tea," she laughed. "If it's a ghost she's suffering from PMS (premenstrual syndrome) or something!"

Meanwhile, The Amazing Spider-Man star Andrew shared that he is known for being an "extreme" sleep talker.

And he sometimes records his night-time utterances on his mobile phone so he can find out what he says during the night.

"I'm asleep when I (sleep talk). So it's hard for me to know. But then I discovered an app, it's called the Sleep Talk app, where you set it up, if it senses a noise it starts recording," he explained.

Andrew then went on to play a clip from his recording the night before, in which he can be heard yelling nonsensical phrases like, "Yeah, I noticed that too", "Very odd", and "I'll find out, start running," much to his mortification and the audience's amusement.

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