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).