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Joe Jonas, Watch What Happens Live

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Joe Jonas, you've got some competition. 

The DNCEmusician recently got unabashadly candid with fans on Reddit's Ask Me Anything forum. Nothing seemed to be off limits for the singer, as he opened up about losing his virginity to Ashley Greene and being the most well endowed Jonas. 

While Joe's revelations were definitely in a league of their own, we unearthed some equally jaw dropping revelations from stars who answered fan questions in the past. 

Take a look at these eight celebs who took to AMA to air it all out there:

Channing Tatum

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In case of emergency, Channing Tatum says call Sandra Bullock:

Ever wonder how Tatum would survive a zombie apocalypse? Well, wonder no more: "Oh man. Crossbow, straight up, and I'd want an army of ninja chimpanzees that crush people all around me. Or I would just go to Sandra Bullock's house as I'm sure she has all that stuff because she's dope and kick-ass."

Then there's this potentially TMI-inducing confession, in which the Magic Mike XXL actor was asked if his penis has a nickname. Drumroll, please... it's Gilbert. A sarcastically heartfelt thank you to Channing for this little known tidbit of information we could've done without. 

Mila Kunis

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Mila Kunis is apart of one of Hollywood's most unlikely friendship trios

Think of three stars you'd never guess consider each other the best of friends. Got it? Well, if you thought of Kunis, Sarah Michelle Gellarand Seth Green, congratulations! The That '70s Show alum revealed a secret behind Green's animated series Robot Chicken, and why Kunis has been credited with being the actor's hair stylist on the show (read: animated series). 

"Um, Sarah Michelle Gellar and myself are credited in ROBOT CHICKEN many, many times for doing things that do not exist. Seth is our best friend, and we made him do it," Mila wrote back. Squad. Goals. 

Chris Pratt, Parks & Recreation, Best TV Quotes

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Chris Pratt's characters are 4/20 friendly

Parks and Recreation diehards just couldn't get enough of Pratt as the lovably dorky, head-in-the-clouds Andy Dwyer. So when one fan inquired as to what the blockbuster star thought Andy, as well his character's onscreen alter egos Johnny Karate and Burt Macklin, would be up to in Pawnee, Pratt's response answered quite a few mysteries about what made Andy, well Andy.

"Here's something you might not have known about those characters. They smoked a lot of weed. They'd probably be doing that right now," he answered. The more you know... 

Benedict Cumberbatch

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Benedict Cumberbatch has fans in high places (and in the bedroom):

It's no secret celebrities often encounter some eyebrow-raising antics from their most loyal followers, but what happens when the president of your fan club is a fellow star? For the Emmy winner, this became a reality when he recalled, "Ted Danson at a pre-Oscar party screaming across a floor of people like Leonardo DiCaprio, Ray Liotta, Kristen Stewart, Kirsten Dunst, et al while pushing past them and knocking their drinks. 'OH MY GOD! OH MY GOD! IT'S F--KING SHERLOCK HOLMES!'"

Cumberbatch even got a little bit cheeky when one Reddit user asked if he was wearing anything underneath his robe, to which the actor responded, "You should be asking who's naked under it with me." Oh, Benedict. 

Hugh Hefner, Holly Madison, Kendra Wilkinson, Bridget Marquardt

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Holly Madison would not repeat her Playboy experience:

When asked if she would choose to be a Playboy Bunny again, if she could go back in time, Madison responded, "That's a complicated question because I like where I ended up in life, and I think the mistakes you make, you learn lessons for a reason. But if I had to actually go through it all again, I think I would actually just go work for Disney or something, because I'm exhausted! I wouldn't want to do it all again."

Zachary Quinto, CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards

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Zachary Quinto was down to see your photo:

Although this Star Trek star is now happily dating IMG Model Miles McMillan, two years ago he was still down to see your photo. A fan wrote in to the New York City native asking, "Zachary, you are so gorgeous. Will you go out with me?." Instead of simply ignoring the request, like many actors would do, the 39-year-old replied, "send photo." He replied the same sentiment when asked whether he wanted to get married soon, proving anyone had a shot at love with this intergalactic hunk!

Time is of the essence, however, as Quinto told E! News that he and Miles have talk about the possibility of engagement, but have no immediate plans. 

Nick Jonas

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According to Nick Jonas, there are some major perks to being a Disney star

We've heard the bad and the ugly about growing up Disney, but what about the good? Let the "Close" pop sensation explain his take on teen stardom. "As far as one thing people don't know, I think the main thing is that it does actually give you good perspective on work ethics. People confuse being a young Disney star with just the pressures that you face which is one piece to it, but it's more than just that," he admitted

Bill Murray

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Bill Murray's insight into fame is surprisingly deep

There's no question Murray's mark on the entertainment industry is indelible, and when asked what it's really like to be Bill Murray, he offered this: "The worst thing about it, they're one in the same: You wish you could walk down the street and look at things and watch things uninterrupted. The shock of being recognized brings you out of this place where you're just trying to take it in. It's an obligation and you're reminded you have to show up. It's a coin with two sides. As much as I don't like the one side, the other side is what might save me." Mic drop, or what?!