“Grey’s Anatomy” star, Jesse Williams, has been the talk of Twitter this week.
The actor’s name was a trending topic of discussion for a majority of Monday, May 9, into Tuesday, May 10.
But it wasn’t his acting in “Take Me Out” on Broadway that had fans fawning over him on social media.
It was his well-endowed manhood that broke the internet.
Jesse Williams Breaks The Internet!
There is a part in the Broadway play where Jesse along with his co-stars go full-frontal for a shower sequence.
Images from that particular part of the play were leaked on Twitter on Monday.
Second Stage Theater, the company behind the show, asks audience members to seal their phones off in specially designed cases for the duration of the performance.
One audience member violated the play’s strict no-phone policy, and was able to snap some pictures of Jesse fully nude.
Fans Lose All Chill After Jesse’s Manhood Trends On Twitter
“Omg that Jesse Williams leak” one person wrote with a drooling face emoji.
Another wrote, “If you think yo girl is thinking about you, she’s not. She saw the Jesse Williams leak.”
“Is anyone else drooling 🤤 on their phone after the #JesseWilliams leak??? I’m now into Broadway,” this excited Twitter user wrote.
“Now that I have confirmation that Jesse Williams is more or less taking this leak in stride, I can comfortably say GAHTDAMB 🤤,” another highly excited person tweeted.
Well, Jesse is indeed taking his full-frontal 15-minutes of fame in stride.
In true Cohen form, he addressed that massive elephant trunk in the room.
Andy Cohen Asks About Going Full-Frontal
The TV show host asked Jesse, Ferguson and a few other co-stars how much “fluffing” was going on before taking the stage fully nude.
— WWHL (@BravoWWHL) May 10, 2022
“Does the audience react to the nudity onstage,” Cohen asked.
“A non-reaction is a very interesting reaction. The quiet… creates a lot of insecurity,” Jesse responded.
Cohen followed up asking Jesse if he liked a reaction.
“I don’t like any of it. I’ve learned in my minutes in theatre, which is all a first for me, is don’t start trying to read into it, because it just creates more insecurity,” Jesse doubled down.
“Take Me Out” marks Jesse’s Broadway debut and he did it fully nude.
He continued to explain, “It’s a first, so I have nothing to compare it to and I’ll be pretty… I won’t be scared of anything after this, that’s for sure.”
Jesse portrays a gay professional baseball player in the early 2000s.