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‘The Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus Reads Romantic BroApp Texts (Video)
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Norman Reedus Bro App on the Tonight Show

Norman Reedus, star of The Walking Dead, made an appearance last night on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon, where he talked about the hit AMC television series, as well as about his recent stint as Grand Marshal at the Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans.

Along with interviewing Reedus, host Jimmy Fallon asked the TV heartthrob to also read a sample of some of the romantic texts offered through BroApp, a new app that allows men to pre-schedule text messages to their girlfriends.

You can watch the video of Reedus saying things like “I wuv u so much…” here below, along with the interview segment.

If you’re curious about BroApp, you can read a this review of it.

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