Leslie Jordan shares thirst-inspiring topless throwback and puts us all in a twirl

Lily Wakefield September 20, 2021
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In the throwback photo, Leslie Jordan would have been in his early to mid-twenties. (Getty/ Jim Steinfeldt/Michael Ochs Archives and Instagram/ thelesliejordan)

Actor Leslie Jordan has shared a topless throwback picture from 1980, inspiring thirst across the internet.

On Sunday (19 September), Jordan took to Instagram to share a photo of himself more than 40 years ago, showcasing his hairy chest and incredible six-pack while leaning against a blue convertible.

Captioning the photo, in which he would have been either 24 or 25 years old, Jordan wrote: “I just called 1980 and told it I wanted my six-pack back — except in those days I was drinking and I’m afraid they’ll think I want beer.”


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Actor Octavia Spencer commented: “If they call u back text me. There are things I want, too.”

When singer-songwriter Randy Houser commented that the photo was “awesome”, Jordan replied: “I was a handful, a little runaround. The stories I have would curl your hair! It’s a wonder I’m still standing.”

The throwback photo also made its way to Twitter, with one user writing: “I’m still living for Leslie Jordan casually reminding us he used to be a hot piece of f**k meat back in the day and not just the comedic elder gay we see him as now.”

“Quite the pocket otter,” said another. “He could’ve gotten it.”

Leslie Jordan recently opened up about growing up gay in a religious household: ‘I’m not a mistake’

Leslie Jordan recently opened up about his religious upbringing while speaking to Shania Twain on her Apple Music Hits show Home Now Radio.

Jordan, who grew up in Chattanooga, Tennessee, said: “When I’m being very dramatic, I say, ‘Well, I grew up in the church, but I walked away,’ because the whole gay thing came around.

“I firmly believe that God made me this way. I’m not a mistake.”

“This is not my cross to bear,” he added. “It’s part of what I am and I want to celebrate that, but when you grow up and you’re just so scared.

“But I never walked away from the church. I just quit going.”

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