Ryan Reynolds is known for his excellent lap dance skills, and he tries to showcase it whenever he can. Recently, he did the same in the “Man of the Year” award ceremony and stole the entire show with his amazing talent. The actor cum producer was at the venue to receive this year’s award. The event took place at Farkas Hall in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in the presence of several dignitaries and a flourishing audience.
The 40-year old actor was in a black velvet suit and found to be grinding on Kyle Whelihan while showing his dancing skills. Kyle was dressed up as a zombie version of Blake Lively, wife of Ryan. He was asked to wear a Deadpool-inspired bra during the show and gave his own Green Lantern, representing his superhero movie. During the movie shooting in 2010, he first met with Blake Lively, and after the movie, they started dating and finally knotted in 2012.
It was in January, Ryan was declared to be the winner of Man of the Year award. The award is instituted by Hasty Pudding Theatricals, a theatrical student society at the Harvard University. The award was given away from 1967, and it is presented to the performers who made an “impressive and lasting contribution to the world of art and entertainment.” The recipients are being felicitated at Farkas Hall of Harvard Square, the hall named for Andrew Farkas, CEO of Island Capital Group. with various events before the Hasty Pudding show. The society is also constituted a “Hasty Pudding Woman of the Year” to recognize the talented actresses in the year 1951. The awardee of this year is Octavia Spencer, The Help actress, and famous author.
“We are very happy to present Mr. Reynolds the Man of the Year award, considering the success of his movies in 2015 as some of them broke box office records,” said Guan Chen, the President of Hasty Pudding Theatricals while announcing the award. “Also considering his headline-making kiss with Andrew Garfield during the Grammy awards shows that he is ready for his roast.”
Ryan was born in Vancouver, Canada, known for some brilliant performances on the screen. He acted in more than 45 films until the date and also been part of a number of TV series. He was depicted in a music video and a web series as well. He is known for the roles in The Amityville Horror (2005), National Lampoon’s Van Wilder (2002), The Proposal (2009), Definitely, Maybe (2008), and Mississippi Grind (2015).