Dustin Hoffman plants gay kiss on One Direction’s Niall

The 75-year-old American actor kissed British boyband heartthrob on the David Letterman couch

Dustin Hoffman plants gay kiss on One Direction’s Niall
09 December 2012

Throughout the years, there have been many celebrity pairings that have caught us by surprise.

Well Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas can finally breathe a sigh of relief because we have discovered the latest mismatched couple.

On the Late Night show with David Letterman, the hottest new British boyband One Direction were on the sofa to chat about their second album Take Me Home.

American actor Dustin Hoffman, 75, clearly could not resist the charms of Irish heartthrob Niall Horan, 19, and planted a kiss on him at the beginning of the interview.

The rest of the band Liam Payne, Zayn Malik, Louis Tomlinson and Harry Styles could not suppress the giggles at the steamy encounter.

Since coming third on the British version of The X Factor, One Direction has become one of the most popular boybands worldwide.

The members have been besieged by gay rumors, with fans giving Tomlinson and Styles the ‘couple nickname’ of Larry Stylinson.

In June, the story of Styles and Horan seen apparently nearly locking lips went viral, while actually they were just whispering to each other during a performance of ‘What Makes You Beautiful’.

Check out the kiss here:

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