Jesse Williams has set the Internet on fire after a user breached the laws of Broadway by recording and leaking his entire footage from his “Take me out” Broadway show. The rest is left in the hands of the followers. As you are aware, the film had a strict “No phone policy”. Find out more here.
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A Grey’s Anatomy alum Jesse Williams was seen performing in Second Stage Theatre’s Broadway show “Take Me Out”. The show featured a moment when Jesse was being photographed taking a shower naked.
The company’s “No phone policy” was turned upside down when one of the fanatics secretly recorded the 40-year-old’s naked video in full-frontal. The video was discovered on Tuesday evening and has taken the Internet on the storm.
Per Second Stage Theatre’s “No Phone Policy”, all audience members must put their smartphones and other devices in a closed Yondr case before the show “out of respect and love for our performers and to provide a phone-free space.” Furthermore, the point is able to be opened with the help of an unlocking tab located in the lobby.
Despite the strict guidelines in place, a reckless fan managed to record an openly naked video of Jesse when he was bathing during the performance of the show. The scandal occurred following Jesse Williams receiving a Tony nomination for the Best Performance by an actor in the role of a Featured Actor in a play.
There’s no word yet on who this fan is, but this action demands a swift response. However, Jesse has set the Internet in flames as people cannot get over his videos. Twitter users can’t stop expressing their opinions on the incident. Naturally, it’s an opportunity for everyone, but the incident has caused Jesse in a state of shock. Take a look at some reactions below.
Me in the front row of that #JesseWilliams broadway show pic.twitter.com/aBuEO1awt9— Duplicitous Whor3 (@DuplicitusWhor3) May 10, 2022
I just saw the Jessie Williams video 😮💨 pic.twitter.com/JHeWunSKV6— 𝗖𝗔𝗥𝗧𝗘𝗥 (@WrittenByTerry) May 10, 2022
Let me just say Bravo on all counts #JesseWilliams and the cast of#TakeMeOutBroadway pic.twitter.com/dBcZbWWr0j— UncleArite (@uncle_arite) April 25, 2022
The revived version of “Take Me Out” showcase “The Butler” star as an openly gay professional baseball player during the early 90s. The show focuses on the dark times of the player who is out to his fellow teammates and the media. The play also includes long sequences in which naked actors shower following practice and games.
The month before, Jesse Williams admitted that he was scared of removing his clothes to perform in an interview. He stated, “We were all a little uncertain about whether the stunt could work, and was afraid the audience would feel resentful for having their phones confiscated.” What do you think? Someone pulled off the stunt, and his fear turned into the real world.
About Broadway, “Take Me Out”
The revived version of “Take Me Out” shows “The Butler” star as the professional gay baseball player in the early aughts. The play focuses on the dark moments of this player, who came out to his fellow teammates and in the media. The play also includes long sequences in which naked actors shower after practice and games.
In the last month, Jesse Williams admitted in an interview that he was scared of removing his clothes to perform. He explained, “We were all a little uncertain about whether the stunt was possible and we were concerned that people would be upset about having their phones confiscated.” What do you think? Someone was able to pull off the stunt, and his worry is now a reality
Jesse was also a guest on”Watch What Happens live” on Bravo “Watch the Live Show” before the Tony-nominated were made public, of course, before his naked photos were shared across the Internet. Jesse told the host Andy Cohen that “I am told it’s insane” to make his debut on stage naked. It’s a first for him, so I have nothing to compare it with. I’m not afraid of any other thing after this one, I’m sure of it.”
The incident might have provided viewers with a feast for the eyes, but it raises doubts regarding the respectability that actors go their way to perform in dramatic characters. While rules are established, people tend to break the rules. Do you have a view of this situation? What do you think? Will Williams take action against this fan? I believe he should.