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Nude Footage of Jesse Williams Leaks From His Broadway Show

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Nude Footage of Jesse Williams Leaks From His Broadway Show, After naked photographs and footage of the star of Broadway’s Take Me Out began circulating online late Monday night, Jesse Williams, fresh off his first Tony nomination, became a trending topic. The video went viral on Twitter only hours after he was nominated for a Tony Award for best performance by a featured actor in a play.

Jesse Williams plays a successful gay baseball player who confronts personal and professional consequences after coming out at the height of his career.

The Grey’s Anatomy alum is nude at one point in the show, which “terrified” Williams at first. He told Page Six, “But then I observed that that was what I prayed God for.” “I requested that I be afraid. I asked to do something risky and difficult that required me to earn it and made me feel alive rather than comfy.”

The Hayes Theater at Second Stage mandates all ticket holders to place their phones in sealed Yondr cases before the show to safeguard Williams and the play’s other nude actors from nosy audience members. Guests are allowed to keep their phones as long as they are locked “out of respect and support for our actors and to establish a phone-free space,” according to the rules.

Williams discussed the nudity during an appearance on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen on Monday, which was purportedly taped before the leak. “A non-response is a really intriguing reaction,” Williams commented when questioned about the audience’s reaction to his nudity. You’re aware of the silence. It creates a lot of anxiety.” “I don’t like any of it,” the actor concluded. I’ve learned in my few minutes at the theatre, which is all new to me, that trying to read into anything only adds to my insecurity.” “I won’t be afraid of anything after this experience, that’s for sure,” Williams told Cohen.

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