It seems someone new has become entranced by Taylor Lautner's dashing good looks. 

During a Monday appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! alongside his co-stars for the upcoming comedy The Ridiculous 6, spearheaded by Adam Sandler, Lautner's naughty secret was revealed—a donkey was hitting on him during filming.  

"You would be doing a scene and out of the corner of your eye, you'd see the burro just licking Taylor's hand," Jorge Garcia shared with the audience.

Along with Garcia and Sandler, Lautner shares the screen with other famous comedic actors including Terry Crews, Rob Schneider and Luke Wilson in the western spoof, which chronicles the adventures of six half-brothers on a mission to find their "deadbeat dad."

As Lautner was busy fighting off the admiration of a wild animal, Crews admitted he fell in love with essentially everything while working on the film. "I fell in love with the whole western lifestyle. I got the belt buckle, I got the boots. I was shopping every weekend and I fell in love with horses," he said. 

Adam Sandler, Ridiculous 6, Netflix


While most of the men were giving Lautner heat for his unrequited romance, Sandler quickly came to his defense and offered some clarity on what really ensued behind the scenes. 

"I was in the editing room. I heard what the burro said," the film's writer described. "We slowed it down. The burro actually said, 'Keep me away from Rob Schneider.'"

While there are conflicting reports of what truly went down between Lautner and the small donkey, one thing is for sure, the 23-year-old is one dreamy guy. 

"Taylor is so attractive, it's not limited to the human race," Kimmel joked. 

The film will be released on Netflix on Dec. 11. 

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