Warren Kole Shirtless, Underwear, Yellowjackets. Today in male celebrity underwear, we bring you these screencaps of Warren Cole wearing boxer briefs in this scene from the critically acclaimed TV series Yellowjackets.
Anyone of you watched this show? We kinda heard that it exists but we never really got the chance to watch it. However, we added it to our must-see list after learning that it has an impressive Rotten Tomato score of 97%. If that ain’t an indicator of a truly good show, we do not know what is.
Jack DePew Shirtless, Underwear, Girlfriend. So, we were on TikTok watching the various videos on the For You Page and then the algorithm gave us that clip on Two Broke Girls where Max and Caroline had two Amish guys build them a barn for their horse in exchange for staying at their apartment. Boys, were we sooo in love with those guys when their episode aired on TV. They’re just so cute, so hot, and so innocent of the ways of the world. Oh, they were so curious too which made them even more endearing. Haha.
Bill Reilich Shirtless, Underwear, Ex On the Beach. Anyone of you watching Ex On the Beach? We’d watch it too if it is on our TV but, at this point, we only have access to dating shows that are on Netflix. Haha. Anyhoo, we are asking because, apparently, Ellen’s gardener aka Bill Reilich was on the third season of the show which aired in 2019.
The relevant tea from the show which necessitated this update: He came out as pan and that the show gave him the opportunity to reconnect with his exes — ex-girlfriends Cara Cooper and Emily Arreseigor as well as ex-boyfriend Tyler Garrigus. On the show, our Billy wanted to have an open relationship with Emily and Tyler but both nixed the idea. Awww, open relationships are certainly not for everyone. Tyler is really, really cute, no?
Steven John Ward Shirtless, Girlfriend, Mihawk on One Piece. Let us continue blogging about the hunky stars of the Netflix show One Piece and, this time, let us check out South African actor Steven John Ward who plays Mihawk, a character who’s become a fan favorite villain. Your five Famewatchers scheduled a groupwatch for the middle episodes of the series and, boy, did we all fall in love with Mihawk and the actor playing him.
Those who are familiar with the anime and manga say that Steven fit and played the character to a T while yours truly and Deena, who knew nothing about One Piece prior to watching the live version, were simply amazed at the actor. If his portrayal of the character ain’t the embodiment of great acting, we do not know what is.
Jeff Probst Young, Wife, Awards. Because Grandma Akita has directed us to include celebrity awards in our posts, we are updating this write-up to note that our Jeffrey has won five Primetime Emmy Awards. Specifically, as the host of Survior, he won the Outstanding Host For A Reality Or Reality (Competition Program) four times from 2008 up to 2011. Earlier, in 2001, he won his very first Emmy for Outstanding Non-Fiction Program (Special Class).
Now, we’re pretty sure that people who know about Jeff’s Primetime Emmys are less familiar of the fact that he’s won awards for screenwriting and directing. Per IMDB, he directed the 2003 movie Finders’ Fee (which starred a young Ryan Reynolds) which earned him a best screenplay award at the Methodfest Film Festival and which brought home the best film award at the Seattle International Film Festival. Those are pretty cool achievements, if you ask us, and it that the TV host had a promising career in film making.
Luke Grimes Shirtless, Underwear, Awards, Wife. Luke Grimes has really come a long way from 2009 when we first blogged about him in to 2023 when he’s starring in Yellowstone, one of the biggest shows on television. We are happy for the guy and we hope more Hollywood up-and-comers will be as successful as he is.
Anyhoo, we failed to mention in our previous posts that Luke is an award-winning actor so should take note of that today. Specifically, he won the Best Supporting Actor award at the Breckenridge Festival of Film for his role as an excellent baseball player with a stuttering problem in the 2009 movie War Eagle, Arkansas.