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Hotter than hot Omari Hardwick on tattoos, poetry, playing gay for Tyler Perry and DARK BLUE

by Jim on August 3, 2010 · 4 comments

Yes, folks, Omari Hardwick's tattoos (and muscles) are REAL. *sigh*

@tntweknowdrama @tntpr During my recent set visit to TNT’s hit crime drama Dark Blue, I had the chance to hang out with star Omari Hardwick for a few minutes and grill him on the new season, playing gay roles (which he actually is doing in a new movie) and whether he’s going to add any more tattoos to his already inked, in-shape physique.  Dark Blue returns for season two tomorrow night in its regular Wednesday 9/8c time slot on TNT.


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max August 4, 2010 at 4:51 am

Omari is a great actor dark blue is the truth for real. i feel like im watchimh history in the making but i believe Tyler Perry is gay. does anyone notice, like me, he mostly hires handsome black men to work with? the woman he usually hires are pretty but the men are always outlandishly nice looking (terrell carter, shemar moore, lance gross, christian keyes, the guy with the dreds from the plays, and now omari……me and my mom were talking about this you never really see too many sistas that are on the same level physically with the guys on the plays…..kinda like missy elliott always working with the next hottest female when they debut (eve, keyshia cole, tweet, jazmine sullivan) but Omari keep up the great work. i like the fact that this brotha can act and is very intelligent besides just being good looking. good looks can only take someone so far….thanks for the video

WH August 29, 2010 at 10:53 am

Max, Tyler Perry’s main audience is black women. Perhaps he picks these men because he knows women will flock to see them. But if he is gay, why is it anyone’s business?

Katerina September 20, 2010 at 10:15 pm

I always enjoy the very talented Omari Hardwick.

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