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That Time Colton Haynes And Greg Berlanti Hit A Gay Piano Bar, Plus James Franco Hires A Bodyguard

Best night ever at Marie’s Crisis NYC wit @gberlanti @kevintdon #WTB

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In what was apparently the best night ever, producer-writer Greg Berlanti, recently split from Robbie Rogers accompanied Teen Wolf‘s songbird Colton Haynes and another pal to Marie’s Crisis, a Greenwich Village piano bar that draws a predominantly gay clientele.   1534960_911416465548685_1662629968313900435_o

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