Jimmy Fallon Pukes Onstage After Playing Wild Drinking Game With Ryan Reynolds

Ryan Reynolds went on Jimmy Fallon's Tonight Show to promote the actor's new alcohol company, Aviation Gin, but their boozy partying turned out to be a bit too much for the hilarious show host.

While on stage, Fallon, 43, and Reynolds, 41, played a bizarre drinking game called "Drinko" in which they were forced to choose from a variety of disgusting chasers such as bacon, egg and cheese, blood, bone broth, clam juice, horseradish and more.

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The Deadpool star got lucky on his first round and had to chug a combination of Twinkies, grape juice and Aviation gin. But Fallon was not so lucky. On his first go, the host had to drink a cocktail of gin, Twinkies and horseradish!

Immediately after tasting the wacky mixture, Fallon grabbed a metal bucket and puked!

"Look at that, you barfed up your whole childhood. Revolting!" joked Reynolds after Fallon's sickening display. "Is that the first time you've barfed on your own show?"

"No, it isn't" answered Fallon with a laugh.

Reynolds then took matters into his own hands and made a nasty mixture of bacon, egg and cheese, bone broth, blood, grape juice and gin. To the shock of the audience, the Hollywood hunk chugged the entire drink, later drinking some of his Aviation gin straight from the bottle in order to get rid of the gross taste.

What do you think of Ryan Reynolds and Jimmy Fallon's wild drinking game? Sound off below.

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