Start Your Weekend With Slow-Mo GIFs of ‘Riverdale’ Star KJ Apa’s Shirtless Thrusting
While we enjoy The CW’s dramatic teen series Riverdale in part because of its openly gay character Kevin Keller and all the on-screen smooching he does, sadly, the show’s on break until mid-January 2018. So while we wait for its eventual return, let’s enjoy these KJ Apa GIFs. They show the actor who plays Riverdale‘s lead role of Archie Andrews doing a sexy, shirtless, hip-thrusting dance. They have us positively hypnotized.
Apa is a 20-year-old New Zealand actor, and though he’s not a natural redhead, his sculpted physique and boy-next-door looks get us red hot.
In fact, gingers have become something of a hot commodity for many gay men. In fact, there’s even a 2018 Red Hot calendar featuring ripped, orange-haired men serving full-frontal nudity for fans of ginge.
Anyway, without further adieu, check out these KJ Apa GIFs in which he dances his sexy funtimes dance.
Ohhhhh yes. Now we can see what Betty and Veronica are always fighting over. With moves like that, no wonder he’s the catch of Riverdale High.
In case you didn’t know, Apa also has an Instagram account full of other tasty shots, including a sped-up video of him exercising (below) that you can repeatedly pause for pleasing eyefuls of him working his muscular bod.
In a few of the shots you can also see the waistband of his underwear. Christ, we are so thirsty. It has been a long week — lordt, help us!
Riverdale‘s executive producer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa first came to fame as the playwright of Archie’s Weird Fantasy, a play about Archie Andrews coming out as gay and moving to New York. At the time, Archie Comics sent him a cease-and-desist letter and the play continued under the title Weird Comic Book Fantasy with the character names changed.
Fans of the show might also be delighted to know that Riverdale is also getting a Sabrina the Teenage Witch spin-off entitled The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, an hour-long horror and coming-of-age TV series based on the comic series of the same name, written and executively produced by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, showrunner of Riverdale and the chief creative officer of Archie Comics.
Though details are still sparse, it has been compared to Rosemary’s Baby and The Exorcist, and will show Sabrina fighting the evil forces that threaten the town of Riverdale.