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  • -Here's how this works.

  • In front of us are two envelopes containing confessions.

  • One is true. The other is a lie.

  • Once you read the confession,

  • the other two players get to interrogate you.

  • Then they have to come to a unanimous decision --

  • is it the truth or is it a lie?

  • -Bring it on! -Alright.

  • Ryan, you'll go first. -I go first.

  • Oh, I'm so excited, you guys. -Which one?

  • -I'm going with -- I'm going with number 1.

  • -Okay. -Right?

  • -Nice. -I suppose. Yeah, sure.

  • -I think that's a good idea.

  • -This might be part of the ruse already.

  • -"My mom once washed her hands with a urinal cake."

  • -What's a urinal cake? -Good question.

  • -Alright. -I'm glad you asked me that.

  • -It's at the bottom of a urinal

  • when you go into the men's room.

  • -I don't visit those very often.

  • -It looks like a little white puck.

  • -Okay. -Yeah.

  • -It might be confused with soap.

  • -Wait. But where was your mom when this happened?

  • -She was at a funeral. True story.

  • -How long ago was this? -This was about two months ago.

  • -What?! -Yep.

  • -Wait. Wait. So, your mom --

  • Your mom did what with a urinal cake?

  • -It was an outdoor funeral.

  • There was, like, a little sort of porta-potty-type thing

  • that had both the -- you know, the toilet,

  • and then it also had, like, this little space-aged

  • kind of urinal thing that could very easily be confused

  • as a sink with a little puck in it.

  • Alright, it was me, not my mom!

  • No. No, no. It was my mom.

  • And she accidentally used the urinal cake,

  • thinking it was soap, washing her hands.

  • -The urinal cake was up by the sink?

  • -No, it was right in this sort of

  • space-aged little urinal thing.

  • -In what city was this porta-potty in?

  • -This was in -- just outside of

  • Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

  • -Alright then. Anything happens in Canada.

  • -Yeah. -Yeah. Alright.

  • -She washed her hands with it and then left going like,

  • "Ooh, it smells funny.

  • This urinal cake is very --"

  • -Did she flush, like, thinking that was the faucet

  • and just -- with the urine water?

  • -That I do not know, Jimmy.

  • -Alright, I'm going to say I don't know.

  • I don't know. -Yeah.

  • -I'm gonna say --

  • -If it did happen, it's really funny,

  • but I don't think it really happened.

  • -I'm going to say that it's a lie,

  • because there's -- I don't know.

  • There's just some hesitation in the facial expressions.

  • -I'm going to say it's a lie, because I think if you went

  • to a funeral outdoors, I've never seen a porta-potty

  • by the cemetery.

  • -Gotta go, you gotta go. -By the cemetery?

  • Well, I mean, someone did go, I guess, right?

  • -Yeah. -True or lie?

  • -This is true. -What?!

  • -Oh, my God! What?! -True.

  • -Your mom did that? -Oh, my God!

  • -In her defense, a lot of people don't know

  • that that's a urinal cake.

  • -I didn't know what a urinal cake was.

  • I actually would have made the same mistake.

  • -Also, like, what kind of A-hole calls it a cake?

  • -Yeah. -Like, right?

  • -It sounds so pleasant. -Alright. Here we go.

  • It's my turn. Here we go. Alright.

  • Which envelope should I open? 1 or 2?

  • -2. -I say 2.

  • -Let's mix it up. -Yeah, 2.

  • -Why not? -Here we go.

  • -Yes.

  • -"There is a bronze statue of me at the bottom of the lake

  • next to Neil Young's farmhouse."

  • -What? That is so specific. When was the statue made?

  • -The statue was made in the early 2000s.

  • I'll tell you exactly what -- It was an award or something

  • that was actually given to me by Regis and Kelly Ripa.

  • -Kelly? -Back when Regis was on.

  • -Okay. Not Kathie Lee. This is the Kelly era.

  • -No, this is "Relly." -Wow. Okay.

  • -This is Regis and Kelly. -What's the -- Sorry.

  • -They gave me an award, like, some Jimmy Fallon award.

  • I did their show.

  • -And then they promptly threw it in a lake.

  • -No. What happened was, I was flying to Neil's,

  • 'cause I was doing his Bridge School benefit,

  • which is a great charity.

  • -Yep. -And I was going with Lorne.

  • And we were going right --

  • I went right after I did "Regis and Kelly,"

  • so I had my -- Everything was packed.

  • I had an actual statue of me that they gave me, on the plane.

  • So when I landed, I had this statue of me.

  • And it was just -- I thought it would be funny

  • to show it to people.

  • -And how did it end up in a lake?

  • -Because everyone was making fun of me

  • that I had a statue of myself.

  • -So you threw it in a lake,

  • like the Heart of the Ocean in "Titanic."

  • You just let it go. -Yes. Yeah, yeah.

  • "My Heart Will Go On." -Yeah, yeah.

  • -I had a few...beverages, and everyone was passing it around,

  • accepting the award and all this bit.

  • -So, wait. What was the size of the statue?

  • -And it was bronze. -It was bronzed.

  • It was, like, aluminum foil on plastic.

  • -It's next to a statue of

  • Neil Young at Neil Young's farmhouse?

  • -No, I was at Neil Young's farmhouse,

  • and I threw it in the lake.

  • -Is Neil Young aware of this? -Yeah, he was there.

  • -He's there?

  • -I'm going to say -- This actually sounds true to me.

  • It doesn't sound too crazy.

  • -I'm gonna go with -- Camila's right.

  • -Okay, okay, okay. -True. Okay, let's do it.

  • -It never happened. I made it up.

  • -Oh! I was there! -Wait.

  • -I made it up. I know. -Oh!

  • -I've never been to Neil Young's house.

  • That is the best acting of -- You've seen my movies.

  • You've seen my movies, right?

  • I mean, this is the best acting I've ever done.

  • -Yeah, what are you doing? I'm terrified of you.

  • -Camila, I love you. It's your turn to go.

  • -Alright. -I think number 1, right?

  • -I think number 1 for sure. -Number 1. Alright. Okay.

  • Let's see. -Let's see. Alrighty.

  • -I once lost -- this is your friend -- Taylor Swift's cat.

  • -You once lost her cat? -You lost her cat?

  • -I lost her cat. -This is a big deal.

  • -Would you like to hear the story?

  • -Yes. -Yes.

  • -So, we were on tour together last year.

  • I was opening for her on her Reputation Stadium Tour.

  • -Mm-hmm. -Mm-hmm.

  • -And she basically -- She asked me to babysit her cat.

  • Her cat kind of had, like, a weird little

  • stomach-infection thing.

  • She was gonna go do a meet and greet.

  • We were hanging out in the dressing room.

  • I'm taking care of her cat.

  • Somebody from my team asked me to do something.

  • I leave the door open.

  • The cat, Meredith, sneaks out, is nowhere to be found.

  • -Yeah.

  • -Hours pass, and nobody can find the cat.

  • -Yeah. -Where are you? What city?

  • -It was also in Vancouver, actually.

  • -This is already reeking like a whole lot of bull.

  • -No, no, no. It was in Vancouver.

  • -Oh, really? -Ask me more questions.

  • -Yeah, yeah. Meredith.

  • I love that you threw in the name Meredith.

  • -Everybody knows that cats are banned in Vancouver.

  • -That's not true.

  • -Wait. So, wait. So, the cat's sick.

  • That's when she asked you to babysit the cat?

  • -Well, it's not like she was like, "Please babysit the cat."

  • I was already hanging out with her in the dressing room.

  • -And what was the cat like? The cat's sick.

  • Is it moving around or is it laying there?

  • -And she was like, "Take my cat with this

  • unpredictable stomach issue and enjoy it for a while."

  • No. Really?

  • -No, I mean, the cat was -- You know,

  • answering your question about the cat's activity,

  • it was just laying there.

  • That's why I did not expect for the cat to leave the door.

  • -So, you're saying that someone removed the cat from the --

  • -No. I'm saying I left the door open.

  • I didn't think the cat was going to go anywhere.

  • -Camila, don't give me this. This is ridiculous.

  • I mean, now, who found the cat? Who found the cat?

  • -One of her security guards. It was literally --

  • -Which one?

  • I know all of her security guards.

  • -Yeah. Was it Dan? -No, was it Steve?

  • -Was it Gil? -I don't know his name!

  • She has 13! -A lot of holes in this story.

  • -Okay. And then the cat was found in, like, one of

  • the seats of the golf cart.

  • I don't know the security guard's name, okay?

  • I'm sorry. There's a lot. -Is this true?

  • I think this is true. -Yeah, yeah.

  • -I feel like it's true.

  • -Yeah, I think we broke her, 'cause she was --

  • -I know.

  • -I think what happened was --

  • we were being fooled the whole time.

  • We were being played.

  • -She's also one question away flipping the table.

  • -Yeah, that's true. -You better say it's true.

  • -I'm gonna say true. -True. Yes.

  • -This is false! -What?!

  • ♪♪ [ Cheers and applause ]

  • -Really?! -How did you do that?

  • -No, no, no. Wait, wait, wait.

  • Did you actually think it was true --

  • -Yeah. 100%.

  • -Because I feel like I'm a terrible --

  • I came into this game knowing I'm a bad liar.

  • -It was the golf-cart thing. -You have a black belt in lying.

  • -Really? -Yes.

  • -That was pretty great. -Yes! We're liars!

  • We're good liars! -Wait, don't do that.

  • You guys are the greatest. -Amazing.

  • -Our thanks to Ryan Reynolds, Camila Cabello.

  • That was good.

-Here's how this works.

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True Confessions with Ryan Reynolds, Camila Cabello

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