9:25 am EDT, June 18, 2018

Jason Momoa’s hilarious photo with fans goes viral

Everyone dreams about getting that perfect photo with their favorite actor, and for two Jason Momoa fans, they definitely managed to get the most perfect, hilarious picture ever.

Jason Momoa attended Denver Comic Con last weekend, and while he spent the weekend signing autographs and posing for thousands of fan photos, one picture stood above the rest. Redditor twoforjoy wanted to get a picture with just her and Momoa, but her husband wasn’t totally on board with leaving his wife alone with Khal Drogo himself. As twoforjoy explained in her post, “I told my husband I wanted a picture alone with Jason Momoa, but he wasn’t comfortable with that.”

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It’s unclear if the couple hatched the idea with Momoa himself, or if the couple planned their photo with the actor ahead of time. But either way, the couple ended up getting the most hilarious photo with Momoa, which they shared on Reddit.

I told my husband I wanted a picture alone with Jason Momoa, but he wasn't comfortable with that.

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As Mashable reports, Momoa also thought the image was hilarious, calling it “fucking awesome,” when they brought it back for the actor to sign. And, as you can see, Momoa signed the image right over twoforjoy’s husband’s face.

Of course, one Redditor noticed that perhaps it was the husband who won in the entire affair. After all, while his wife got a sweet photo with Aquaman himself, twoforjoy’s husband did get Jason Momoa to touch his face, which is most certainly a win, right?


Memorable, silly interactions with celebrities like this are what make comic cons so much fun. We’re super jealous that this couple managed to snag such a hilarious picture and have their own special moment with Jason Momoa. It’s definitely a picture that deserves a framed place on the wall, right?

Source: Mashable

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