The American Idol alum asked Johnson a series of burning questions from fans on Twitter, one of which being what movie of his own would be his Black Adam character's favorite. When the Baywatch actor struggled to come up with an answer on the spot, he went the cheeky route, dropping the subtle sex joke: "Uh, I made a movie one time with my wife."
Clarkson's audience and Johnson's cast members immediately erupted in laughter, with the A-lister quickly adding: "Sorry, no. Nevermind."
As for the show host's reaction, she hilariously popped out of her seat and made fun of herself for how long it took for her to process his raunchy joke.
"The amount of time it took for me to get that," Clarkson said with a dropped jaw. "If they play it back — my face — I go, 'Oh, that's sweet,' and then I go, 'OH!' That would probably be a good — don't brag!"
Johnson was referring to his wife of three years, Lauren Hashian, with whom he shares two daughters: 6-year-old Jasmine and 4-year-old Tiana. The couple tied the knot in August 2019 after dating for a decade.
"The most important role for me is fatherhood and daddy to these little girls," Johnson said to Entertainment Tonight when discussing his decision to close the door on his potential political career. Admitting he "wrestled with decision," Johnson said of his family life, "I've worked so hard over the years to get to this point, right now, where they're 6 [and] 4 — we're enjoying life."
His decision to not run in the near future comes after years of speculation that The Rock would throw his hat into the presidential ring.
Black Adam is set to hit theaters on Friday, October 21.