Although he grew up the son of a big screen legend, Scott Eastwood is still getting used to the whole Hollywood thing. Yesterday, Eastwood appeared on Andy Cohen's Watch What Happens Live to promote his new movie, the Nicholas Sparks weepie The Longest Ride, when he broke a cardinal rule: Don't talk about the intimate details of other celebrities' relationships on national television.
The awkwardness began when Cohen began asking his other guest, Two and A Half Men star Jon Cryer, about that time he dated Demi Moore (He did? He did!) and whether it was weird or not when Kutcher joined the CBS sitcom. (Kutcher was of course married to Moore at the time.) That's when Eastwood chimed in with a totally unnecessary but super candid admission: "If it makes you feel any better, he did sleep with one of my ex-girlfriends. But she was my current girlfriend at the time.... I think it was the catalyst that broke him and Demi up."
Sensing that Eastwood—who at this point looked visibly uncomfortable—was trapped with nowhere to go, Andy Cohen pounced. It gets worse—a.k.a. better from there.