Aidan Turner steals the show in BBC's And Then There Were None in smouldering towel scene
Hunky Irish actor Aidan Turner is the standout star of BBC One's three-part drama series And Then There Were None.
The newly single star (32), who shot to fame in Poldark, plays hilip Lombard in the mini-series adaptation of Agatha Christie's classic murder mystery.
But rather than focusing on whodunnit, many viewers were instead more focused on Turner's obvious physical attributes.
LOVING #AndThenThereWereNone because 1) Agatha Christie is a goddess 2) Aidan Turner's chest/towel combo. Thanks BBC.— Jennifer Burt (@junebean1) December 27, 2015
Quite enjoyed tonight's #AndThenThereWereNone. But not enough gratuitous shots of Aidan Turner in a towel.— Jon Reed (@jonreed) December 27, 2015
#AndThenThereWereNone:It's great when an adaptation adheres to the author's vision.I bet Agatha Christie wanted Aidan Turner in a towel too.— Mary Alice Evans (@MaryAliceEvans) December 27, 2015
Just when you think #AndThenThereWereNone can't get any better, Aidan Turner walks around in a towel.— Ben (@Benjysays) December 27, 2015
Despite Twitter's claims/hopes to the contrary, the title #AndThenThereWereNone does not refer to Aidan Turner's diminishing wardrobe.— Simon Pegg (@Simon_Pegg) December 27, 2015