Jeremy Jordan will steal your heart faster than you can say Broadway.
The 31-year-old’s resume has been filling up nicely in the last few years. After kick-starting career on Broadway in productions like Newsies and Bonnie & Clyde, the triple theatre graced the big screen in the movie adaptation of Tony-winning musical The Last 5 Years with Anna Kendrick. Nowadays, he’s quickly becoming a television treasure with starring roles on Smash and, most recently, the CW hit Supergirl.
Jeremy is easy on the eyes and the ears. His musical talents are enough to obsess over, but we also love that he seems like a genuinely fun guy who’s successfully making his mark on the stage and the screen by being his honest, goofy, talented self. As much as we want him all to ourselves, we’re happy that he’s introducing himself to new audiences and gaining new fans.
If you aren’t already totally smitten with Jeremy Jordan, we came up with 11 reasons why you should be:
He has the voice of an angel
BRB MELTING INTO A PUDDLE.
He’ll steal your heart with a Disney song or two
A guy who will willingly sing you Disney melodies?…How quickly can we book Disneyland as our wedding venue?
He’s not above a killer Halloween costume
Now accepting ideas for next year’s couples costumes with Jeremy…
He makes you actually want to watch golf
We wouldn’t complain for even a second if he asked us to watch him play. Swing away!
Even Supergirl is crushing hard
Yeah, we’d be flustered too after that moment.
He’s got killer style
Rock that newsboy cap, Jer! #throwbackswag
He was one of the best parts about Smash
Still mourning the end of that show. RIP Smash.
He wins the adorable hubbie award
What do we have to do to find someone who will take goofy pictures with us? Does Jeremy have a twin we don’t know about??
His face in general
Is it hot in here or is it just HIM?
His duets are truly magical
Ashley Spencer we ‘would kill to fill your shoes!’ (sorry, we love musical humour). No, seriously, what a talented match made in musical theatre heaven.
He loves giving back to his theatre community