Cole Sprouse Lost His Virginity At 14 Years Old, Reveals The Strange Story On 'Call Your Daddy'—"It's So Cringy"

By Nicole Dominique
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Cole Sprouse revealed on "Call Your Daddy" that he lost his virginity at 14 years old – yes, while "The Sweet Life of Zack and Cody" was still airing.

Social media users react to Cole Sprouse's surprising reveal on the popular podcast Call Your Daddy. The actor revealed that he lost his virginity when he was only 14 years old – about one year after The Suite Life of Zack and Cody began airing on Disney Channel. A TikToker showed her audience how Sprouse looked at 14, and people definitely seem disturbed.

"THEY LOOK 8 😭," said one comment. Another read, "that's really sad honestly."

Sprouse even went into the details of how he lost his virginity. Be warned: It's funny but also a little weird (he was super young, after all).

"Okay, um, I was 14 when I lost my virginity. So this is still bowl-cut guy, right?" the Riverdale star recalls. Sprouse says he was on a family trip to Florida and met a girl who was "older." He doesn't reveal her age, but he did add that the whole thing was "dubious." He explains that they "kind of made out" the first night and the second night.

According to Sprouse, all of his buddies had already lost their virginity. Being the only one still with his V-card, the young actor decided to finally make his move. "We were down at the beach. I, like, knocked on her, on her hotel door," he tells the host, Alex Cooper. "She came out, we went down to the beach. We were on some chaise lounges, and, uh, I looked at her, and I finally – my heart was beating like that – and I finally mustered up enough courage to deliver a line that my brother has never ever let down for me."

You'll never guess what 14-year-old Sprouse asks the girl. "Are you like DTF? And she goes, 'What?' And I go, 'You know, down to f*ck?'" Somehow, his pick-up line worked – and the two headed back to the hotel room. "It's so cringy, but it's incredible," he admits.

The cringe doesn't stop there, though. Sprouse texted his brother and friend because they were all staying in the same room (duh, they're kids). "Um, I was like, dude, [you] gotta get out of the room, man. I've got a girl coming over," Sprouse tells them. "Like, you gotta get out of the room, dude."

Sprouse and his girl walk down the hall to the room, where he passes his brother and his friend Charlie. "As we pass each other, my [brother] just looks at me and goes, 'What the f*ck are we supposed to do?' And I look at him, and I said another line that he's never forgiven me for. I looked at him, I was like, 'I don't know. Go play chess or something.'" The ordeal "lasted about 20 seconds" (TMI), and Sprouse never talked to the girl again.

"Hardest watch of my life," admitted a user in the comment section.

"She won the danimals sweepstakes," someone joked.

Sprouse's story reminds us of the difficulties of being a child star. Last year, Sprouse opened up about his experience on the set of Suite Life, and revealed how his female co-stars on Disney were often "sexualized." "The young women on the channel we were on [Disney Channel] were so heavily sexualized from such an earlier age than my brother and I that there’s absolutely no way that we could compare our experiences," he explained. "And every single person going through that trauma has a unique experience."

I'm sure stardom was difficult for the Sprouse twins growing up, too. "And, to be quite honest, as I have now gone through a second big round of this fame game as an adult, I’ve noticed the same psychological effects that fame yields upon a group of young adults as I did when I was a child," he continued. "I just think people have an easier time hiding it when they’re older."

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