After a number of Hollywood celebrities shared their bathing habits that went viral, Aquaman actor Jason Momoa made his stance on the topic amply clear. At a press convention for the promotion of his upcoming movie Candy Lady, he had a witty reply when he was requested about his every day hygiene rituals.
Jason informed Entry Hollywood, “I’m Aquaman. I’m within the f–king water. Don’t fear about it. I’m Hawaiian. We bought saltwater on me. We good.” Earlier than Jason returns with the Aquaman sequel, he will likely be seen in Candy Lady, which is able to hit Netflix later this month.
The story revolves round a father-daughter duo as they search revenge in opposition to a pharmaceutical firm that pulled a drug that would have saved his spouse’s life. The story guarantees to be an emotional one, which is able to showcase a unique facet to Jason, as in comparison with what followers have seen in Aquaman.
Jason forayed into showbiz in 1999, the place he performed Jason Ioann on Baywatch: Hawaii. But it surely was in 2011, along with his portrayal of Khal Drogo on the HBO fantasy sequence Recreation Of Thrones that hurled him into the highlight. Since then, Jason performed the half-human, half-Atlantean superhero Aquaman within the DC movies. He additionally starred within the Apple sequence See, which is able to return for a second season, later this month.
Celeb hygiene turned a matter of debate prior to now few weeks, sparking a debate. All of it started when Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher informed Dax Shepherd that they don’t wash every day. “I don’t wash my physique with cleaning soap on daily basis.” In addition they added that they didn’t wash their children every day once they have been younger, which provoked different celebrities into reacting.
On Twitter, Dwayne Johnson stated that he’s “the alternative of a ‘not washing themselves’ celeb,” and showers at the least 3 occasions a day. Jake Gyllenhaal agreed with Mila and Ashton, saying that he doesn’t bathe a lot both. Then again, Jodie Turner-Smith reacted by tweeting, “Earlier than you lot even ask: on this home, we bathe.”