Twilight's Peter Facinelli Shows 30-Pound Weight Loss in Steamy Shirtless Photos

Twilight's Peter Facinelli Shows 30-Pound Weight Loss in Steamy Shirtless Photos

September 2, 2020

Peter Facinelli stripped down to his underwear as part of a new campaign to draw attention to Prostate Cancer Awareness month. See the photos here.

Peter Facinelli is stripping down for a good cause.

The 46-year-old actor took to Instagram on Sept. 1 and shared a photo of himself wearing nothing but his underwear as part of a campaign to help draw attention to Prostate Cancer Awareness month. 

Done in partnership with the Prostate Cancer Foundation and the underwear brand Nic Tailor, the campaign aims to get men talking about prostate health by having them post a selfie in their boxers or briefs and tag three other men to do the same.

"Have fun with it and make it your own," the Twilight alum wrote in part of his caption, which also asked participants to tag @prostatecancerfoundation and to use the hashtag #NicTailorNoPants in their posts. "Post your pantless zoom attire, or ure [sic] Summer Swimsuit, or Risky Business it with a button down and tighty-whities. I know it's a vulnerable ask… but it's a vulnerable conversation and we need to get it started. Ladies… encourage your men to do it. And to get screened. Your post and bringing awareness could save lives. Prostate cancer is silent and affects more than 14 million men worldwide."

The star noted that his own father "caught it early" and survived.

"Please Take control of your health," he concluded. "Get yearly checkups. Catch it early. And Let's help support the Prostate Cancer Foundation and help end prostate cancer."

During a recent interview with People, Facinelli shared he recently lost some weight, with the magazine reporting he's dropped 30 pounds.

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Hope this got your attention… September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Today I’m launching the #NicTailorNoPants campaign in partnership with @prostatecancerfoundation sponsored by Nic Tailor Underwear to get men talking about their prostate health. To ALL the guys out there: Here is the mission: To Help spread awareness please post a selfie in your underwear or bathing suit and tag 3 other men to do the same using #NicTailorNoPants and tagging @prostatecancerfoundation. Have fun with it and make it your own. Post your pantless zoom attire, or ure Summer Swimsuit, or Risky Business it with a button down and tighty whities. I know it’s a vulnerable ask… but it’s a vulnerable conversation and we need to get it started. Ladies… encourage your men to do it. And to get screened. Your post and bringing awareness could save lives. Prostate cancer is silent and affects more than 14 million men worldwide. My own father caught it early and survived. 🙏Please Take control of your health. Get yearly checkups. Catch it early. And Let’s help support the Prostate Cancer Foundation and help end prostate cancer. 💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻 I’m going to tag a bunch of friends to get the ball rolling. You just need to post your photo and tag 3 of yours. #NicTailorNoPants @rcmccall @iamadamdavenport @matthieulange @joelmichaely4real @gnhsurf @paolomascitti @kevinbrennan @kaigreene @georgekosturos @derekwarburton @dominicdevore @isaiahmustafa @lancebass @kellanlutz @mrjerryoc @miketyson @ryanseacrest

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Hope this got your attention… September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Today I’m launching the #NicTailorNoPants campaign in partnership with @prostatecancerfoundation sponsored by Nic Tailor Underwear to get men talking about their prostate health. To ALL the guys out there: Here is the mission: To Help spread awareness please post a selfie in your underwear or bathing suit and tag 3 other men to do the same using #NicTailorNoPants and tagging @prostatecancerfoundation. Have fun with it and make it your own. Post your pantless zoom attire, or ure Summer Swimsuit, or Risky Business it with a button down and tighty whities. I know it’s a vulnerable ask… but it’s a vulnerable conversation and we need to get it started. Ladies… encourage your men to do it. And to get screened. Your post and bringing awareness could save lives. Prostate cancer is silent and affects more than 14 million men worldwide. My own father caught it early and survived. 🙏Please Take control of your health. Get yearly checkups. Catch it early. And Let’s help support the Prostate Cancer Foundation and help end prostate cancer. 💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻 I’m going to tag a bunch of friends to get the ball rolling. You just need to post your photo and tag 3 of yours. #NicTailorNoPants @rcmccall @iamadamdavenport @matthieulange @joelmichaely4real @gnhsurf @paolomascitti @kevinbrennan @kaigreene @georgekosturos @derekwarburton @dominicdevore @isaiahmustafa @lancebass @kellanlutz @mrjerryoc @miketyson @ryanseacrest

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"Everything's kind of shut down right now and I wanted to focus on myself," he told the publication. "So I did a lot of meditating, a lot of reading and a lot of growing personally and just wanted to physically see if I could get as physically fit as I could."

Facinelli noted he had been feeling "sluggish" before the weight loss but said he now feels "leaner," "more cut" and like he has "a lot more energy." And while he said he didn't lose weight for the campaign, he called it "good timing."  

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