Look alive, Matt Bomer fans: Our fave blue-eyed beauty and his bulging biceps (natch) are finally getting some long overdue Magic Mike loving.
Because Matty—along with costars Matthew McConaughey, Channing Tatum and Joe Manganiello—appear on the cover of Entertainment Weekly in their full stripper glory, complete with leather pants, tank tops (or no tops) and muscles galore.
And the only thing better than the drool-worthy pics of the boys is the naughty dish they deliver inside. Like, say, when Mr. McConaughey had his thong torn off by a pack of ravenous women...
Oh yes, you heard us right.
"He brings down the house. I don't exactly know what happened when he did his dance, but all I know is afterwards he wasn't wearing his thong anymore and he was just holding his junk," Channing explains in a behind-the-scenes video from EW's shoot. "Because they didn't jump up and rip our thongs off, but they jumped up and actually ripped his thong off."
Please, oh patron saint of strippers and all that is holy in the unholiest of places, please tell us that take made the final cut.
Channing continued, "Like, these were extras that were getting paid, they were all very quaint and very cool and humble, and then, all of a sudden, I don't know what happened, what he did on stage, but they all lost their goddamn minds. They lost their minds and ripped his junk open."
"I stayed in sequence," Matthew told EW about the naked aftermath. "I went for the tuck. [Mimes covering his manhood] I went for the roll. [Mimes doing a forward roll] And I finished the dance."
The shindig in question almost didn't even happen, Matthew revealed.
"It leaves something to the imagination. It wasn't in the script, but [director Steven] Soderbergh said in the beginning that if it felt right, I could strip at the end of the movie," McConaughey—who claims his alter ego, Dallas, is the best dancer—teased. "I said, 'I gotta dance, man.' I would regret it for the rest of my life if I was in a male stripper movie and didn't get up there and strip myself."
Well, we think we speak for everyone when we say, "Thank you, Matthew." Now we want to hear more—or better yet, see more—of that other Matt (Bomer, that is) and his apparently infamous dance moves.