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Spring isn’t the only thing in bloom this week—the bromances are popping up all over the place like beautiful tulips! In this week’s Late Night Booty Call, we get to witness some of the closest male friendships in Hollywood. Check out the best moments from the late night TV shows this week below.

Johnny Depp is engaged, and surprisingly not to Jimmy Kimmel! The chemistry here is palpable:
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Seth MacFarlane also stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live to chat about his bromance with Ted and the surprising way he spent his birthday this year:
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Drake encountered a few people that maybe aren’t quite his biggest fans when he went undercover. Ok, they don’t care for him at all. But when he find a true fan, it’s quite adorable:
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Marlon Wayans crashed his brothers’ standup show and now we might have an amazing Wayans comedy tour happening!
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Colin Firth appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon to break some pretty hard news to the Internet:
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Rob Lowe chatted with David Letterman about a special skill he has:

Jon Hamm got to watch himself on that 90’s dating show all over again when he hung out with Craig Ferguson this week:

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Colin Hanks bonded with a new friend over their True Detective obsession:
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Sebastian Stan and Chris Evans might be just a little bit more than friends:

And fellow Captain America: The Winter Soldier star Anthony Mackie says in the next superhero movie he wants to be more naked. We’re not complaining!

What was your favorite late night appearance this week? Tell us in the comments below or on Twitter @OKMagazine

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