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Barry Keoghan Jokes He Already Owns 10 Jacob Elordi ‘Saltburn’ Bath Water Candles

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If the Jacob Elordi “Saltburn” bath water candles are sold out, just blame his co-star Barry Keoghan.

“I already have 10 of them,” Keoghan joked with me Wednesday night at the opening of the Louis Vuitton pop-up in West Hollywood. “They’re all burning at my house right now.”

At least, we think he was joking.

The candle, available on Etsy for $27.91 and on Amazon for $36, is inspired by a scene in “Saltburn” when Oliver (Keoghan) slurps and drinks the used bath water that Felix (Elordi) was masturbating in minutes before. The product description reads, “There’s nothing quite like the smell of a quality candle, particularly when that smell is inspired by Jacob Elordi and what we imagine His Highness to smell like.”

The scent comes in three flavors: vanilla, comfort spice and sea breeze. The candle is being sold by Side Hustle Vibes, which also offers Drake’s bathwater, Harry Style’s bathwater and Eau De Timothée.

I spoke to Elordi about the graphic scene – one of many in the dark comedy — at the film’s Los Angeles premiere in November. “I was like, ‘Thank God, it’s mine,’” he said. ““I was very proud. I was very proud to have Barry guzzling it like that.”

Meanwhile, Keoghan, who is up for a Golden Globe on Sunday for his work in “Saltburn,” was spotted at the Louis Vuitton event chatting with “Beef” star Steven Yeun as well as celebrity stylist Warren Alfie Baker.

The pop-up is dedicated to the first collection, spring-summer 2024, designed by men’s creative director Pharrell Williams. Located at Melrose Avenue and Robertson Boulevard in a space formerly occupied by John Varvatos, the temporary store will be open through mid-March.

Guests also included Deacon Phillippe, Jaden Smith, Blake Gray, Cara Santana, Iann Dior, Tessa Brooks and Milo Manheim.

Jaden Smith at the Louis Vuitton West Hollywood Pop-Up held on January 3, 2024 in West Hollywood, California.
Gregg Deguire for WWD