Sam Heughan is a person of his phrase. He spoke with HL EXCLUSIVELY about having to go skinny-dipping within the North Sea after shedding a wager to Graham McTavish within the new ‘Males In Kilts’ episode.
Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish explored the world of Scottish sports activities within the Feb. 21 episode of Males In Kilts and made a wager that whoever loses essentially the most sporting occasions should skinny dip within the North Sea. In the long run, it was Sam who needed to make the leap, and he chatted EXCLUSIVELY with HollywoodLife about how chilly that chilly water was as he went swimming with completely nothing on.
“You understand, on a scale of 1 to 10, it was most likely a minus 5,” Sam instructed HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY throughout the Males In Kilts press junket. “It was chilly. It was very chilly. It’s the North Sea and most of the people once they go within the North Sea to surf — who knew that Scotland had a browsing inhabitants? — they put on a wetsuit. A really thick one.”
Graham simply needed to chime in and say that he was heat and comfortable together with his blanket as Sam was skinny-dipping within the frigid waters. When requested how lengthy Sam went skinny-dipping for, Graham quipped, “Not lengthy sufficient.” Sam was a tricky sport by all of it and didn’t again down from the wager. Jamie Fraser could be proud!
“I felt that I had to do that,” Sam stated. “Who knew that the ocean was so far-off, although? I used to be kind of operating and saved operating and realized that I’m nonetheless operating.” He additionally added, “It’s superb. Scotland has obtained these unimaginable seashores. The sand is golden, the ocean is like this emerald inexperienced and blue. It’s gorgeous, and it simply occurred to be somewhat chilly.”
Sam and Graham had fairly the sporty journey within the second Males In Kilts episode. Previous to the skinny-dipping, the Outlander stars lifted heavy rocks, participated in rugby coaching at Murray Stadium, and extra. Males In Kilts airs Sundays at 9 p.m. on STARZ.