Jesse Williams doesn’t bother showing what he’s got in Broadway’s “Take Me Out.”
The actor finally responded to the leaked pictures and videos that left fans and celebs hot and upset.
“I’m not down about it,” Williams told The Associated Press on Thursday. “Our job is to be there every night, no matter what.
“I’m not really worrying about it. I can’t sweat it. We need to keep advocating for ourselves,” he continued. “And it’s amazing to see a community push back and make that clear. What we do, what we don’t.
“Consent is important, I thought. So, let’s take it universally into account,” said Williams, 40.
The “Grey’s Anatomy” heartthrob may be okay with the leaks, but the show’s theater and Actors Equity Association co-star Jesse Tyler Ferguson all have different looks.
“And really, if nudity is what you’re coming for… you’re in for a long boring night,” Ferguson wrote in a separate tweet on Tuesday.
Actors Equity also issued a statement, saying the recording was “sexual harassment and a horrific breach of consent”.
Stage II Theater, home of “Take Me Out,” told Deadline that it will now install infrared cameras to monitor audience use cameras and other suspicious activity during the show.
Viewers are already required to seal their electronic devices in Yondra cases during the entire performance.
“The theater is a sacred place, and not everyone understands that. Not everyone necessarily has the respect or respect that maybe they should, or we would like to,” Williams told the Associated Press.