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Wilmer Valderrama: Demi embarrassed me!

Published 05/06/2015

Wilmer Valderrama
Wilmer Valderrama

Wilmer Valderrama was embarrassed when Demi Lovato publicly showed her approval of him.

Wilmer plays Carlos in TV show From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series and posed shirtless for some promo shots. Demi clearly thought her man’s buff chest should be shared with the world, and so she uploaded a snap to her Instagram account.

“I was a little embarrassed,” Wilmer smiled to People. "That was one of the first exclusive shots of the show, and I was a little embarrassed about her comments, but I was really flattered. She's been very supportive of me and very supportive of all the stuff that's been happening. I'm having quite an exciting year, so I was really honoured."

To go with the photo, Demi captioned it, “Are you f**king kidding me? He worked so hard for so long in preparation for this role... I couldn't be more proud of him (sic).”

The show is now in its second season, with Robert Rodriguez at the helm of the adaptation from the 1996 George Clooney film.

"The first season was a 24-hour ride. I think that the second season is the entering of a tunnel... we don't know where it leads to. It is unpredictable, it is dark, it is twisted and totally is not like anything I've ever done and anything I've ever seen on television,” Wilmer teased.

Wilmer is also busy working on another cinema-turned-TV role, with a sequel to Tom Cruise’s Minority Report set ten years after the 2002 movie.

"I'm living a little boy's dream. In one year, I'm working with Robert Rodriguez and Steven Spielberg! It's a really interesting time," he smiled.

“This fall is going to be pretty explosive for me – I play the good guy in one and the bad guy in the other.”

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