Armie Hammer better pray his phone is never hacked!
The Man From U.N.C.L.E. actor appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Tuesday, and Jimmy Kimmel asked, "I hope this is not a weird question, but do you—and be honest—do you have any nude pictures of yourself on your telephone?" Hammer replied, "I was watching the opening monologue and I was hoping you were going to ask me this. I found out today that I have nude pictures on my phone."
The 28-year-old actor added, "I'm not kidding!"
Hammer explained that he was getting a haircut prior to his talk show appearance, and while chatting with his hairstylist, he mentioned that he has a nearly 8-month-old daughter. "The lady said, 'Do you have any pictures of your daughter?' I said, 'Of course! I've got tons of pictures!' I'm going through my phone...and I get to pictures where...she's kind of lounging on the sink and she looks like she's having the time of her life. I'm showing her these pictures and I'm like, 'Look at how cute she is! We're in the bathroom. She's just right in the bathtub.' And after showing her these pictures for about 30 seconds I realize that I'm standing fully nude in the mirror of this bathroom as I'm showing her these pictures," he said. "As quickly and casually as possible, I went, 'Anyway, you get the picture!'"
"I didn't want to give it away," Hammer explained. "I don't know if she noticed anything or if she was just enough of a lady to not say something."
"On one hand, you hope she didn't notice," Kimmel said, "but on the other hand, if she didn't notice..." Hammer interjected, saying, "It's bad news for me! I know!"
"Maybe next time, Supercuts, you know?" Kimmel suggested.
The last time Hammer appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, the Lone Ranger actor announced plans to go on a cross-country Vespa trip with eight or nine friends. He called the trip "stupid" in hindsight, saying, "Halfway through, I was still like, 'This is a brilliant idea!' Everyone else on this trip wanted to kill me."
The group left Sherman Oaks, Calif., and set off for Joshua Tree first. Though that takes about two hours by car, "It took us about 13 and a half hours and it got down to 14 degrees the first night," Hammer said.
He also instituted rules: "You couldn't pay for lodging. You couldn't go to any chain establishment. You couldn't stay anywhere but outside. You could only take what you could carry or strap to your Vespa."
For 21 days, Hammer and co. drove toward the Florida Keys. "Things got weird. You have a group of guys who are crossing the country, staying in the middle of nowhere," he recalled. "We had some close calls."
To find out more about those "close calls," watch the video!