Ryan Phillippe And Breckin Meyer's Deleted '54' Kiss Scene Leaks Online (VIDEO)

Oct 03, 2013 | Updated Feb 02, 2016

Time to sprinkle on some glitter, lace up your dancing shoes and get under the moon and the spoon because the gay old days of Studio 54 are back as a deleted same-sex smooch scene from the film "54" has finally surfaced.

Writer-director Mark Christopher's 1999 movie was plagued by reshoots and over-editing, and underperformed with both audiences and critics; it's perhaps best remembered these days for its fantastic disco soundtrack.

At a secret screening at 2008's Outfest in L.A., Christopher screened his director's cut of "54," adding 45 minutes of footage back into the movie, including a steamy gay kiss between stars Ryan Phillippe and Breckin Meyer.

The director's cut of "54" has almost turned into an urban legend in the years since that one-time screening, but now the infamous kiss scene between the two male leads has made its way online. While the quality may not be the best, it's still a must-see for anyone who has been itching to see the original (and much gayer) version of "54."

Watch the video above (the kiss starts at the 1:40 mark), and pray to the disco gods that the director's cut makes its way to DVD someday in the future.

Watch the trailer for the theatrical version of "54" below.

(h/t to Towleroad).

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