The UNReal TV star, Jeffery Bowyer-Chapman likes to read… in the buff and we’re totally okay with that fact.

Well read and as a peachy ass…et. Is there nothing about Jeffery Bowyer-Chapman that isn’t perfect? The TV star took to Instagram to show off his pertness but also to show off his latest read.

Within hours the star had received over 10,000 likes on his post, which he mentions the name of the engrossing book, The Seat of The Soul as well as a RuPaul Drag Race of which he was recently a guest judge, quote favourite, “Reading is Fundamental”.


Recently, the star shared with his fans a cute picture of himself and his boyfriend, Andrew as they celebrated three years together.

Jeffrey is currently starring in the fourth series of the Amazon Prime show, UNReal as a character called Jay. His boyfriend, Andrew Fitzsimons is a celebrity hairstylist and creative director.

Jeffrey also has an upcoming guest star role in the new series of American Horror Story, Apocalypse and earlier in 2018 he was a guest judge on RuPaul’s Drag Race.



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