Open Post: Hosted By Taron Egerton’s Dancing Thirst Trap

February 1, 2022 / Posted by:

Taron Egerton is currently working on London’s West End and will be in a play called Cock which is in rehearsals and begins in March. And after Googling “Cock play,” I can tell you that most of the results were for porn. But the one about the play informed me that this is a play about a gay man in a relationship who falls in love with a woman and grapples with a bisexual identity. I mean… very on-brand for Taron who previously played gay as Elton John in Rocketman, and is “at home” with the gays, and adept at queer-baiting–I MEAN–supporting the LGBTQI+ community. And he’s showing more support by shaking it to the Bee Gees’ More Than A Woman:

Here’s Taron delivering some sweet moves:

So let’s digest this thirst trap. I think it hits some good points overall: he’s shirtless but the towel makes us think of him fully naked, and dancing is sexy–but let’s talk about the one major issue. That stank face. How is the body gonna be serving Hercules and the face is serving “walking into a NYC subway bathroom at rush hour?” And it gets progressively worse. He looks like he farted and is slowly amazed by how bad it smells but keeps dancing anyway because he’s committed to the thirst trap. So as a note to thirst trappers: fart after you finish filming.

Pic: Instagram

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