Dacre Montgomery (pronounced Day-ker), the actor who plays the possibly gay and racist character Billy in Season 2 of Netflix’s horror series Stranger Things, has been making fans thirsty of late. First, we got to see his Stranger Things audition video in which he appeared shirtless and reportedly danced around in a g-string. And now, a makeup artist has released a Dacre Montgomery spray tan video in which the actor flashes his armpits, reveals the undies just below his unbuttoned jeans and bares his torso. Ohhhhh yessss.
The story behind the Dacre Montgomery spray tan video
Sarah Hindsgaul, a professional hair and makeup artist with over 20 years of industry experience, recently shared her video via Instagram. In it, she adds a little makeup to Montgomery’s chest to make him appear more tanned. In the background, The Eagles’ “Hotel California” plays. She and the 22-year-old actor joke and make fart noises while she sprays him down.
In her Instagram post — which has now been viewed over 6.2 million times — Hindsgaul mentions that Montgomery’s abs are real. You can also tell from the curve in his jeans that he has a nice butt too — just sayin’.
Here is the Dacre Montgomery spray tan video:
If you find yourself thirsty for Montgomery, you might be interested to know that the Australian actor played the Red Ranger in the recent Power Rangers movie. We also posted some pictures of him and his Phunky co-stars shirtless, and Montgomery’s arms, pecs and abs look even more sculpted and amazing than in the video above.
They look a little bit like this. (Swoon.)
The Dacre Montgomery spray tan is just part of the actor’s appeal
In Stranger Things Season 2, Montgomery plays Billy Hargrove, an aggressive bully in a mullet who serves as an antagonist to the preppy boy-turned-good guy Steve.
In an interview with complex.com, Montgomery said:
Billy is initially perceived to be a bit of a dick – the high school bully. But there’s a lot more sinister stuff going on, which slowly progresses through the season in a way that hopefully puts the audience on edge through its unpredictability. Jack Nicholson was a reference for me for this role. His style of acting, and the choices he makes are very unpredictable, and that’s what makes him so scary in The Shining.