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Cheyenne Jackson Looks Jacked in a New Shirtless Thirst Trap |


Cheyenne Jackson, the actor best known for his roles in American Horror Story, 30 Rock and his recent stint on The Masked Singer, would like you to know that he is on Cameo. His most recent Instagram post puts out that very message to great effect: in order to draw in as much attention as possible from his thirsty followers, Jackson went shirtless to make the announcement, posing with his jacked physique on full display.

The comments, as you may be able to predict, were a tidal wave of thirsty comments. Fashion designer Marc Jacobs, Olympic athlete Gus Kenworthy, Mean Girls actor Jonathan Bennett, Star Trek star Wilson Cruz, singer Jewel, Abbott Elementary‘s Lisa Ann Walter, comedian Joel Kim Booster, Pose star Dyllon Burnside, Cobra Kai‘s Paul Walter Hauser, comedian Sandra Bernhard and talk show host Ricki Lake all lobbed varying levels of horny comments in Jackson’s direction.

Meanwhile, celebrity stylist Brad Goreski questioned whether Jackson might explore other means of income now that his sitcom Call Me Kat has been cancelled, asking: “Onlyfans?” And te official Cameo account on Instagram simply commented: “Holy hell.”

While this is the most gratuitously near-nude photo that Jackson has posted to Instagram in some time, achieving his mission completely, the 48-year-old TV and Broadway star has been staying in peak performance shape for years—although those impressive muscle gains are a relatively new development.

During an interview with GQ in 2021, Jackson explained that he was a treadmill-and-boot-camp-class kind of guy for a long time, favoring Peloton workouts over weight training sessions, until the pandemic changed that, and he began to incorporate more “heavy lifting” and “bodybuilding” exercises into his routine.

“I really love how it makes me feel and how it makes me look,” he said. “I look better than I have in probably my whole adult life. I’ve always just done a little bit of weights and then run and got it over with. This time I’ve really been reading and focusing on form. If I’m going to do it, I might as well do it how it’s supposed to be done.”

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Philip Ellis is News Editor at Men’s Health, covering fitness, pop culture, sex and relationships, and LGBTQ+ issues. His work has appeared in GQ, Teen Vogue, Man Repeller and MTV, and he is the author of Love & Other Scams.




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