Leslie Jordan, the 64-year-old Hollywood and Broadway veteran best known for his recurring role on Will & Grace, has become the source of much comfort and laughter over recent months, regularly sharing videos from self-quarantine in the United States.
Documenting his everyday life with almost-daily videos, Jordan ruminates on his conservative Southern childhood with a camp flare that warms the heart - and the delightfully earnest actor now has more than 5 million followers on Instagram.
In one recent video, Jordan filmed himself listening to Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion's hit song 'WAP' for the first time - and his reaction was every bit as pearl-clutching as one would hope.
“No, no, no… I can’t believe it,” the actor cries when he learns what the 'P' in 'WAP' stands for.
“Well, that is just shocking!”
The unassuming star went on to say that he "doesn't judge" and "to each it's own".
Laughing to himself, he concluded: “I guess every garbage can has its lid,” while muttering the lyrics "there's some whores in this house, there's some whores in this house."
He captioned the video: "I think I just lost a few years off my life - I almost had a heart attack," before tagging Cardi B.
"You can't be kissing me with that dirty mouth."