Chris Evans, 54, featured the iconic Graham Norton, 57, on his show on Wednesday, to talk about his third novel Home Stretch. But catching up on the air-waves got the pair thinking back when they first met, and they finally managed to lock down a date: a Gay Pride weekend in the 90s that took place on Clapham Common.
As the nostalgia flowed, Graham suddenly realised that despite not knowing each other before that day, they may have shared a rather intimate moment.
And it soon all came flooding back to Chris.
“Did we first meet at Gay Pride?” the Virgin Radio host wondered, wracking his brain.
There was a short pause before Graham blurted out: “Did I kiss you?”
Chris spluttered: “Well, hopefully!” he joked, before recognising his guest was serious.
“I have a funny feeling [I did],” Graham giggled.
The pair discussed their reasons for being at the parade in a professional capacity, with the Irish comedian filming a package for Channel 4 and Chris revealed he was invited to introduce a band.
“I think it did happen because I remember thinking: ‘Goodness me, he’s a bit sharp for a Saturday morning!’ or whatever it was!” Chris chuckled, suddenly remembering the surprise moment between them.
“That was you wasn’t it,” he grinned as Graham howled with laughter.
Elsewhere, Chris told his listeners that over the weekend he had a rather “turbulent” argument with his wife Natasha.
He reassured the audience that everything sorted itself out, but admitted he wished they didn’t have to “go through what they did”.
And contrary to popular belief, he revealed he doesn’t think there are two sides to an argument between a couple.
“When you’re having a row you’re either both right or both wrong,” Chris said, adding: “There’s never one person right or one person wrong, you’re either both rowing for the right reason or the wrong reason!”