We have shirtless guys for you! You're probably OK with this, right?
For no reason whatsoever (and who needs a reason?), take a look at the 10 Sexiest Shirtless Latino TV stars of all time!
Like Posey, Cuban actor Eddie Cibrian also loves to stand around in a towel. We would just like to say that while we know absolutely nothing about the ABC show Invasion (where this photo is from), we wholeheartedly support Eddie's decision to do that.
As werewolf Tyler Lockwood on the CW's hit series, The Vampire Diaries, the Mexican hunk exercises shirtless a lot. We support him in this endeavor...because we care about his health, of course.
He showed up on The OC looking like this and wearing that (nothing!) and suddenly we had a very big interest in gardening. What was Marisa (Mischa Barton) thinking when she chose Ryan (Ben McKenzie) over him?
The telenovelas Triunfo del Amor, Sortilegio, and Cuidado Con El Angel were big hits. He had his shirt off all of the time on all three telenovelas. J.Lo's video for her single, "I'm Into You" was also a hit. He had his shirt off the whole time. See where we're going with this?
The NBC soap opera Passions made absolutely no sense to us (an old lady who talked to a doll named Timmy who came to life?... Not for us). But making Salvadoran actor Adrian Bellani go shirtless in almost every scene—well, that proves that there was some creativity on the show.
MTV's Teen Wolf is a howling good time, mostly because the show's main character Scott McCail (played by Mexican actor Tyler Posey), walks around Taylor Lautner-style in a towel, bare-chested.
Who in the history of television has better pecs than Saved by the Bell's Albert Clifford (A.C. Slater)? No one, that's who! Mexican actor/host Mario Lopez did that Bayside High School wrestling uniform justice.
We're not keen on dating guys in prison, but we did have a crush on chiseled inmate Miguel Alvarez, as played by Puerto Rican hunk, Kirk Acevedo on HBO's hit series, Oz.
Wait, another prisoner? On second thought, maybe we do have a little something for inmates. Fernando Sucre made us understand society's need for conjugal visits.
Full disclosure: We don't know what show this is from, but does it really matter? The Cuban actor's biceps are an island unto themselves.