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WATCH: Roman & Charlie on kissing competitions #BestManProject

This Valentine’s Day, Roman Kemp and his best mate Charlie chat kissing competitions, kindness and their ongoing bromance.

An honour many men experience, being a best man is often a shining example of what it means to be a great mate. With the #BestManProject we ask: why save it for a wedding?

We’ve been feeling the love with some charming pairs of mates demonstrating how friendships can have such a positive effect on our wellbeing. On the sofa in last month we’ve seen Humza and Dhanny, and Carl and Kevin. Now we’re privileged to bring you radio presenter and all round top lad, Roman Kemp and his best friend, Charlie Creasy.

Ro’s helped me a lot with my own issues the past few years. Obviously he’s a very busy man, he works some strange hours, and there’s never been an occasion where I pick up the phone and he goes ‘mate, can we do this another time?’

Charlie Creasy – Roman’s best friend

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