Nikki Blonsky confirmed what we knew as she revealed that the kiss with hairspray, Zac Efron, was “magic”

Nikki Blonsky qualified for the big leagues back in 2007, when she starred in the big screen adaptation of the Broadway musical Hairspray.

And at least part of the Golden Globe nominee’s experience on the set still leaves an impression, more than a decade later.

She recently confirmed what we all knew, as she revealed that her kiss on screen with her romantic host Zac Efron was nothing but “magic” as she opened up the Women On Top podcast experience.

The Magic Kiss: Nikki Blonsky recently confirmed what we all knew, as she revealed that her kiss on screen with hairspot colleague Zac Efron was nothing but “magic” (pictured in June 2019)

The 32-year-old told the scene: ‘Zac and I stood there for nine days. It was great. He is magic. All in all, he is a very talented man. It has everything, what can I say? ‘

She starred as the posh and talented plus-size teenager Tracy Turnblad, who made up for the chances of finding herself at the local access Baltimore dance show The Corny Collins Show, where she won the heart of golden boy Link Larkin (Efron).

Based on the 2002 Broadway and the original theme, the cult classic of John Waters from 1988, the film was nominated for three Golden Globes and one Grammy.

Blonsky also revealed that their big kiss, which followed the film’s triumphant musical conclusion, nearly brought them a PG-13 rating.

Love love on screen: The 32-year-old said for the scene: ‘Zac and I stood there for nine days.  It was great.  He is magic.  All in all, he is a very talented man.  It has everything, what can I say?  '

Love love on screen: The 32-year-old said for the scene: ‘Zac and I stood there for nine days. It was great. He is magic. All in all, he is a very talented man. It has everything, what can I say? ‘

Let it stay PG: She added: ‘He slipped [his tongue] on me!  Adam Shankman, our director, invited him to do so.  Adam was like,

Let it stay PG: She added: ‘He slipped [his tongue] on me! Adam Shankman, our director, invited him to do so. Adam said, “Hey, hey, I just caught my tongue!” And Adam was like, “No! No tongue!” ‘(Pictured with Amanda Bynes and Elijah Kelley in July 2007)

Leading Lady: Blonsky played the posh and talented plus-size teenager Tracy Turnblad, who made up for the chances of being on the local Baltimore-based dance show The Corny Collins Show

Leading Lady: Blonsky played the posh and talented plus-size teenager Tracy Turnblad, who made up for the chances of finding herself on the local approaching Baltimore dance show The Corny Collins Show

She said, ‘He slipped [his tongue] on me! Adam Shankman, our director, invited him to do so. Adam said, “Hey, hey, I just caught my tongue!” And Adam was like, “No! No tongue!” He says, “This is PG, no language!”

The Smash actress added to her friendship with Efron, 33, ‘Not to make every woman and gay jealous, but he was my best friend on the set of Hairspray.

‘Even when we weren’t filming, we were together on the weekends. [He was] constantly in my apartment, and I was always with him, I did the laundry when he didn’t do it. I’ll throw him under the bus because he didn’t do the laundry! And he knows it! ‘

Living her truth: Back in June, she came out as gay for Pride Month, sharing a lush video of herself stuck for Diane Ross’s hit Going Out on TikTok

Live your truth: She came out as gay back in June for Pride Month, sharing a lush video of herself stuck for Diane Ross ’hit Going Out on TikTok

Wink wink: 'Hi, this is Nikki Blonsky from the movie I'm Gay!'  she wrote in the title, the play in her unofficial introduction on social media, in which she identifies as the star of Hairspray

Wink wink: ‘Hi, this is Nikki Blonsky from the movie I’m Gay!’ she wrote in the title, the play in her unofficial introduction on social media, in which she identifies as the star of Hairspray

She came out as a homosexual back in June for Pride Month, sharing a lush video of herself stuck for Diane Ross ’hit Going Out on TikTok.

‘Hi, it’s Nikki Blonsky from the movie I’m Gay!’ she wrote in the title, the play in her unofficial introduction on social media, in which she identifies herself as the star of Hairspray.

Blonsky later told the Hollywood Reporter: ‘The LGBTQIA community has embraced me from the moment I got my hairspray. They welcomed me with open arms and I already felt part of the community.

‘It took me a long time to come. I wanted to date women and it was a moment in my life where I was finally really ready to be my own. ‘

Proud member: Blonsky later told the Hollywood Reporter: ‘The LGBTQIA community has embraced me from the moment I got hairspray.  They welcomed me with open arms and I already felt part of the community '(pictured in June 2019)

Proud member: Blonsky later told the Hollywood Reporter: ‘The LGBTQIA community has embraced me from the moment I got hairspray. They welcomed me with open arms and I already felt part of the community ‘(pictured in June 2019)

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