Kristen Stewart gave Seth Meyers a “lesbian makeover” at a gay bar

Kristen Stewart and Seth Meyers go day drinking at Boxers NYC.
Seth Meyers' lesbian makeover left him looking like a Midwestern butch from the 90s. Photo: Lloyd Bishop/NBC

When Kristen Stewart and Seth Meyers went day drinking at a New York City gay bar, things quickly spiraled into mayhem and laughter. As day drinking normally ends.

Chelsea sports bar Boxers NYC is one of the most popular bars in the area, but it closed down briefly for one of Meyer’s “Day Drinking With…” segments to give the two drunken celebs some privacy.

The day started with a “Panic Room” cocktail loaded up with energy drinks and an espresso martini. After all those stimulants, the drink comes with a Xanax, to “prevent a panic attack.” The two substituted a TicTac for the anxiety drug.

Kristen Stewart and Seth Meyers go day drinking at Boxers NYC.

After they made their way through an increasingly horrific set of cocktails based on her movies, including a Twilight-inspired drink stirred with a wooden stake, they played a game where each had to answer a question honestly or take a shot if they didn’t want to answer.

After the two played a game of darts that required more shots of various drinks—from pickle brine to a Jägerbomb —it was time to kick things up a notch, and a gay bar was the best place to do so.

Stewart complained that the clothing options were “really dated, dude!” and the results proved her right. The out celebrity gave Meyers a “lesbian makeover” that left him looking like either a Midwestern butch from the 90s or a Brooklyn millennial.

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