Speaking for myself, when there’s turkey, stuffing, gravy and pumpkin pie in front of me, I definitely overindulge. I just have no will power when it comes to the holidays. Picking Colt Prattes as my Man Crush this week, I thought would motivate me to hit the gym. If you’ve seen him in Pink’s “Try” music video, you know dude has an amazing body. And in the spirit of Thanksgiving… I’d like to “stuff” his “turkey”. LOL. Whatever that means.
Prattes is a Broadway actor-dancer who’s appeared in such productions as How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, West Side Story and Legally Blonde: The Musical to name a few. He’s also participated in the US national tour of A Chorus Line and appeared in Planet Hollywood’s Surf The Musical featuring songs from The Beach Boys. For this year’s annual Broadway Bares event, Colt was chosen as the coverboy for their ad campaign, posing as Prince Charming.
Given his size and muscular frame, it’s shocking how well and agile he moves. He literally is poetry in motion in that P!nk video. If you thought Colt was gifted with great genes… yes he was. LOL. That said, there’s a “before” picture I’ve added below which was taken prior to him taking up bodybuilding more seriously. Not that he’s obese or pudgy by any means, but he’s definitely more cut now. Check Colt out in all his glory below. Gobble, gobble.
He’s certainly bulked up since this glamor shot.
Try counting all the ripples on that body. Time to bring out the abacus.
1000 crunches a day, keeps the pudge away.
Look how tight and toned his butt is even with his trunks and sweatpants hiding it.
Bang, bang. I’ve just been shot by the double gun show.
What the eff is this? CLOTHES!!! Blasphemous.
A couple of his Broadway roles including one in Legally Blonde: The Musical.
He was chosen as Prince Charming for the annual Broadway Bares campaign.
It really is remarkable how agile and flexible he is given his size.
Laughing it up backstage at the American Music Awards.
Before he got super cut. Whatever. I’d still hit it. Am I right or am I right?
What did exhibitionists do before iPhones?