WATCH: Zac Efron Makes Smashing Raw Eggs on His Head Look Hot

Zac Efron could be wearing dad jeans and rollerblading and still manage to look sexy, to be honest. So it comes as no surprise that he looks good even when covered in gooey raw egg – but mainly because his post-smash giggle is the most adorable thing you’ll see today.

RIP his favorite suit, though.

He and Jimmy Fallon played a round of Fallon’s infamous(ly tense) game Egg Russian Roulette on last night’s episode of the Tonight Show, in which he and his partner stare at each other from across the table, then proceed to grab eggs from a carton. Eight are boiled, four are not. First to smash two raw eggs on their head loses.

To see who won the round, watch the video above and take note of Efron’s toothy grin as you reminisce on how far he’s come from High School Musical

Thanks a lot @JimmyFallon, this was my favorite suit 🍳 #WAYF #WAYFtour #NYC

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Efron is currently promoting his new music drama flick We Are Your Friends (August 28), which is part of our Summer Movies series. He’s also currently in the middle of shooting his newest comedy, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates, in Hawaii, and shared with Fallon a very scary 4 a.m. shark incident.

I was out there for maybe about 45 minutes, and all of a sudden, out of nowhere, all of the Galapagos sharks—which are like the 7-to-10-foot sharks—just dived. They just disappeared. That means an apex predator is above them so they’re clearing the waters for a bigger shark. So I kind of go, ‘What’s going on right now?’ I turned left and I see about a 14-foot tiger shark…swimming towards me.

I had two choices. The boat was behind me and technically safely behind me, and so were several people yelling, ‘Come this way! Come back!’ It was all just visual at this point. He came straight at me—or she came straight at me—and what you’re supposed to do is just slow down your heart rate and just stay calm. I held my breath, I crossed my arms and I let the shark know that I wasn’t prey. I just sort of stared into its eyes—I’m not joking!

It was swimming towards the boat, which was where I needed to get back to. I don’t know what happened, but I guess I really like to charge life, so I just grabbed onto its fin and rode it all the way back to the boat.

So basically, he’s good with spotting (and sporting) raw eggs, and a badass when it comes to connecting with tiger sharks. It’s okay to blush.