Jason Momoa left little to the imagination during his Wednesday night appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.”
During the segment, Kimmel, 54, showed off an Instagram photo the 43-year-old actor recently posted that showed him wearing a beige loincloth while on a fishing trip.
“I want to ask you about this photograph, because this, I guess, happens in Hawaii. You’re deep sea fishing there. None of the other guys are wearing one of these,” Kimmel said to laughter from the audience.
“That’s a bad thing. It’s what Hawaiians wear,” Momoa explained.
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“I’m making a show. I’m the creator, writer, director, and producer of this Apple series called “Chief of War,” and it’s all from the 1780s and 1790s in Hawaii.
“That’s what I wear every day. I was getting ready for the part and I like to get into character. So I was tanning my white butt.”
The “Aquaman” star arrived on set wearing purple satin pajamas and a pink velvet coat adorned with gold tassels and colored buttons. He said it was his costume in his upcoming Netflix movie “Slumberland.”
He told Kimmel that he found his “Warchief” character’s badass costume very comfortable.
“In fact, I don’t even like wearing clothes anymore,” Momoa said. “I’m on it every day. I use it all the time.”
“Are you wearing this under your clothes right now?” Kimmel asked.
“Of course,” Momoa replied.
Kimmel responded, “Are you for real? Is it made of leather? I’m having a hard time understanding what it is, huh…”
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Momoa then stood up and took off his jacket as the audience cheered. She took off her shirt and pulled down her pajama bottoms to reveal her badass.
The Hawaiian native turned around in a circle to give the audience and Kimmel a full view of his bare butt. He then turned to the side and did a shake as the audience applauded.
“Chief of War” is the first TV writing project for the “Game of Thrones” alum. According to Variety, the eight-episode Apple+ series will follow “the story of the unification and colonization of Hawaii from an indigenous point of view.”
According to Town & Country, a plot summary for the historical drama limited series reads: “This epic adventure begins in the early 18th century, when the four major kingdoms of Hawaii were in a state of war.
“Based on the true story of Ka’iana, a war chief who travels to the outside world and learns more about the men who invade his home island.
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“Knowing that the separate kingdoms will eventually collapse under the weight of foreign interests, he returns home and joins a bloody campaign to unite the warring islands to save them from destruction.”
Filming for the series is underway in New Zealand. Momoa will next be seen playing the eccentric outlaw Flip in “Slumberland.” The fantasy-adventure film debuts on Netflix on November 22.