How ‘Law & Order’ star Christopher Meloni got his ‘juicy’ butt

How 'Law & Order' star Christopher Meloni got his 'juicy' butt

The cake don’t bake itself, honey — and “Law & Order” star Christopher Meloni, 60, has opened up about how he gets that butt that makes Twitter drool.

“This is what happened,” he told Interview in a recently published piece that didn’t solely focus on his rump. “I’ve been blessed with glutes that have an attractive shape. But I have a trainer, and we’re going through bodybuilding phases, and where everyone kind of caught me was that I’d been preparing for one year in a very high-intensity weight training program that actually focused on legs.

“So I guess you could argue that the glute-peeping public are now reaping the benefits of all that hard work,” he added.

That prize news on his prize asset comes just two months after a photo of Meloni on set in Brooklyn for “Law & Order: Organized Crime” — and what he packed in the trunk — went viral on Twitter.

Meloni's derriere has caught the attention of many, even when he's on set.
Meloni’s derriere has caught the attention of many, even when he’s on set.
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The photo — which showed Meloni with one leg up on what appeared to be a ledge, and the apple bottom popping out — elicited tail-wagging comments such as “Them cakes are rated E for everyone,” and “I just want to fall asleep while resting my head on Chris Meloni’s juicy cakes. Is that too much to ask?”

Sure, he was born that way to a degree, but he also told Interview that he’s semi-gluten-free and played quarterback in high school. It’s also no wonder someone that thick would work as a bar bouncer for several New York City spots, which he called “the most miserable job I ever had.”

But there’s something else he owes to that bodacious bum — the fact he’s a “zaddy.”

“I’ve been called that a lot and who am I to argue with it?” he said. “Sure, I’m a zaddy.”

Meloni attributes that thick shape to bodybuilding training.
Meloni attributes that thick shape to bodybuilding training.
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Mary Dehart

Mary works as a part time technician for a popular technology firm and in her spare time, she contributes to the technology section of The Madison Leader Gazette with her impeccable knowledge of modern-day technology.

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