Chris Meloni wasted no time in delivering the ultimate thirst trap on Tuesday. And let’s just say it was fans very grateful.
It started then Law and order: Organized crime star tweeted a video highlighting a memorable moment during the Rugby World Cup 2011. But things took a turn when an adoring fan asked a single question: “Chris, can you post a selfie?”
Without missing a beat, the actor, who has made a name for himself as America’s favorite “zaddy,” decided to give his followers a bird’s eye view of his legs and feet.
But that was clearly not enough. When another fan asked him, “Can you make it higher up for science?” Meloni was not about to disappoint.
That was when he took a picture of his veined bicep and right abdomen, cleverly placed to show off his collarbone and chest hair. The picture came without caption – because there are clearly no words.
Of course, the response has been quite appreciative from his fans so far:
Meloni is no stranger to thirst. In the last few years, he has gained a number of new fans after pictures of his voluminous back page went viral. This led to him becoming the poster child of the term “zaddy”, which is defined by Dictionary.com to mean “an attractive man who is also stylish, charming and confident.”
The actor himself admitted that he did not know what the term meant until quite recently. “I just thought it was a sweet thing,” he said Men’s fitness in the August cover.
“I have been blessed with glutes that have an attractive shape,” he recounted Interview magazine. “But I have a trainer and we are in the process of bodybuilding phases, and where everyone somehow caught me was that I had been preparing for a year in a very high-intensity weight training program that actually focused on legs. So I guess one could argue that the glute-looking public is now reaping the benefits of all the hard work. “
He also clarified with the publication: “I have been called that a lot, and who am I to argue with it? Of course I’m a girl. ”
For an actor who has admitted to having dealt with crippling anxiety early in his career, embracing the glory is the result of many years of inner work.
“There are bigger things, more important things. I know how important it is to me, but I have a clearer view of life,” Meloni said. Men’s health about his career and understanding of his priorities. “I know a little more about love. I know a little more about real pain. I know about joy. I know better leadership skills. As you go through life, you gain a clearer understanding of things, your gaps, and your gifts.”
Thanks for the service, Chris Meloni.