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Ryan Reynolds Movies Got Him Kisses And Harvard’s Hasty Pudding Man Of The Year Award 2017

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It looks like Ryan Reynolds is not just getting a Hasty Pudding Man of the Year Award from Harvard. He is also getting some kisses from actors and drag queens at Harvard University. And Ryan Reynolds does not seem to mind. The Hasty Pudding event is Harvard's premiere award for the actor or actress that exemplified their craft during their acting tenure. This year's actress for the Hasty Pudding Award for woman of the Year goes to Octavia Spencer.

Both actors would need to be paraded and roasted. The funny Deadpool actor and the "Hidden Figures" actress also receives the pudding pot. But Octavia Spencer is already done with all of that. It's Ryan Reynold's turn.

During the whole event, Reynolds finds himself participating in funny sketches and getting kisses from drag queens. And he does not mind at all.

Upon accepting the award for Hasty Pudding Man of the Year 2017 and the Pudding Pot, Reynolds says that his proudest moment is seeing his older daughter interact with the younger sister, as reported by Pop Sugar.

Here are a few things he did during the whole event. For one, he graciously agreed to try on a Deadpool bra, as reported by USA Today. He also digs through a trash in search of a green lantern - a play toward his previous super hero role as the Green Lantern. And to poke more fun, they gave him a hammer to pound the green lantern.

But among all the things he did during the Hasty Pudding shebang, he may have loved the fact that they judged his lap dancing skills and mocked Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady during Super Bowl weekend.

Previous Hasty Pudding Man of the Year recipients were Chris Pratt, Tom Hanks, Neil Patrick Harris, Robin Williams, and last year's recipient Joseph Gordon-Levitt.

Watch the Hasty team's reaction below when they heard Ryan Reynold's got the 2017 Pudding Pot spot:

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