During a recent appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live
," Jason Momoa
kept things lighthearted and clean when tasked with making mundane activities look sexy.
, who guest hosted Thursday night's episode of "Kimmel," challenged the "Aquaman" actor to use his famous charisma to spice up mundane tasks. Momoa, who appeared on the show via video chat, came prepared, with hand sanitizer on hand.
“Jason, as we discussed, people
find you quite attractive,” Anderson said, “so we devised a challenge suited to your unique set of skills. These are objects used to perform mundane daily tasks, and we want to see if you can use your sheer animal magnetism to make everything sexy. Are you ready?”
Momoa responded, "I'm ready, big daddy."
Momoa then removed his shirt
, prompting Anderson to do the same, before being told to sanitize his hands by the guest host.
The actor went one step further, squirting sanitizer all over his chest and face.
Momoa later sexified more mundane tasks, such as eating tuna straight from a can and ironing a shirt.
“You're welcome, America
,” Momoa joked later. (You can watch
the entire “Jimmy Kimmel Live” segment below.)
Momoa's new Netflix
film, "Sweet Girl," will be released
next month, and he plays Ray Cooper, a father who vows to seek justice against a pharmaceutical company that discontinued a drug that could have saved his wife
's life shortly before her death
On Friday, the movie
's first trailer