Ryan Reynolds Casually Makes X-Rated Gaffe During Wrexham Press Conference
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WARNING: ARTICLE CONTAINS STRONG LANGUAGE
This is the moment Ryan Reynolds dropped the f-bomb live on air during a Wrexham FC press conference:
Bonkers day at work but ecstatic I get to tick "Hollywood actors" off the interview list...- Beth Fisher (@BethFisherSport) October 28, 2021
Thank you to @Wrexham_AFC @RMcElhenney & @VancityReynolds for today :clapper:
Hope you enjoy this as much as I did!
Part 1 starts with an apology for the F bomb :joy: pic.twitter.com/1J5uWDwJE4
Reynolds, 45, has teamed up with It's Always Sunny star Rob McElhenney, with the pair becoming the unlikely owners of the Welsh football club.
But during a press conference after their first match, Ryan swore live on air - without realising ITV were live streaming the interview.
Speaking to reporters, Rob explained: "We just want to set up the structure for the club to continue long after we're dead."
Reynolds quickly interjected: "Unless there's a meteor, then we're all f*****." I mean, he's got a point.
One of the journalists standing in front of the men explained: "This is actually being live streamed on ITV Wales. Apologies for the language there."
Showing genuine horror, Ryan replied: "NOOO, I had no idea, I'm so sorry." He could get himself out of a hostage situation, the charming bugger.
The America-based actors (we know Reynolds is Canadian, pipe down) took 100 percent ownership of the National League club in February but last night was their first match.
Unfortunately, the pair saw Wrexham lose 3-2 at Maidenhead just hours after flying into the UK and will watch their first home game at the Racecourse against Torquay on Saturday.
Despite watching their team lose, the duo have big plans for the club which they confidently outlined.
Deadpool star Reynolds said: "We've been surprised how emotionally invested my friends and family are in this. It's something incredibly contagious.
"It's been tough as it's been a year plus (since making their bid to buy Wrexham in September 2020) watching from afar and following on social media.
"I don't profess to be a football expert, but I see the beauty of the fan and I see it through others.
"We'd be lying if the dream wasn't the Premier League. We want to get back in the Football League and continue our way upwards."
McElhenney added: "Why not dream big?"