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Liam Hemsworth Sleeps Nude: Did He Just Confess Major Overshare In Interview?

Fri, November 20, 2015 10:06am EDT by 2 Comments

Hold up, did Liam Hemsworth just insinuate what we think he did? The actor basically admitted in his interview with Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan on Nov. 19 that he sleeps naked — watch the interview here!

Did you ever want to know what Liam Hemsworth looks like when he goes to sleep at night? Well, he may have just given us quite the hint! The 25-year-old got totally candid in an interview on LIVE With Kelly & Michael, during which he dished about stripping down at bedtime. Watch here!

It was pajama day on the talk show, so Liam dressed in a totally hilarious onesie covered with pandas. Naturally, Kelly Ripa had to question whether or not this is the usual attire the actor wears to sleep, and he gave a pretty shocking answer! “To be honest, I don’t wear a lot when I go to sleep,” he admitted. WHOA!

“I mean exactly that,” he confessed when asked to clarify. “Not a lot. Very, very little. I like to just be free.” Okay, so is anyone else totally envisioning this right now? Considering Liam’s ex, Miley Cyrus, has no problem going nude in public, we can only imagine that there was very little clothing in the bedroom when these two were engaged! (Did we just take that too far?)

Liam was at Kelly and Michael to promote his new movie The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2, the final installment of the franchise, which hit theaters on Nov. 20. He’s been hitting the premieres and press circuit with costars, Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson, and we’re so sad to see this series end! Luckily, we know these three are total BFFs, so we have doubt they’ll stay friendly even now that they don’t have to see each other all the time. You can get amped up for the final film by checking out Mockingjay Part 1 RIGHT HERE.

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HollywoodLifers, do you think Liam’s confession was too much of an overshare? Or do you respect him for being truthful?

— Alyssa Norwin