An Open (Love) Letter to Lee Pace

Lee Pace for PUSHING DAISIES (Image Credit: Warner Bros.)

Lee Pace for PUSHING DAISIES (Image Credit: Warner Bros.)

If this were an audio file instead, this article would begin with weird sighs and gasps that would probably make an average person uncomfortable. But when it comes to Lee Pace, I can’t help it.

Is there a man on this planet who is more beautiful than he?

Even with the long, platinum blond locks of Thranduil in The Hobbit films, he’s gorgeous. I would make him stay too, Tauriel. Don’t let the hunk stray too far away.

Obviously, he first captures you with his eyebrows. I could get lost in those for days.

But then you realize his whole stinking face is the epitome of what a face should look like. His eyes, his hair, his smile and his dimples — everything is on point. Even that little crease between his eyebrows when he makes an adorable expression is very important.

I first discovered Lee Pace when I started watching Pushing Daisies, which is now one of my favorite shows of all time. Believe it or not, it’s not just because Lee Pace is in it. However, the variety of adorable faces he makes throughout the show’s two-season run sure help. Oh, the lip biting. Have mercy.

Oh, how I love to hear him say “Chuck” while I secretly believe he is saying my name and is my adorable, fast-talking Piemaker.

And I would simply explode if he ever said this to me.

Or if he stocked a whole new library just for me and said this.

But he also graced our screens as Aaron Tyler on Wonderfalls and was equally as enchanting, even when he tried to make inanimate objects talk to him. Bless you, Bryan Fuller, for casting this amazing creature in two fantastic TV shows.

Is it weird if I still find him sexy as Ronan in Guardians of the Galaxy? No shame. I’m just sad we can’t see his eyebrows.

Lee was just on The Mindy Project and wore a TUXEDO WITH CONVERSES. YES. This is a man after my heart.

This man overwhelms me. He is not only beautiful; he is a fantastic actor. He’s a sweetie pie in Pushing Daisies and Wonderfalls. He kicks some serious butt in Guardians of the Galaxy. He’s as majestic as his wig in The Hobbit films. He was obviously the right choice for Amy Adams’ character in Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day. And he is the best part of AMC’s Halt and Catch Fire, an otherwise pretty dull experience without his passionate monologues.

There’s nothing this man cannot do. He’s the leading man, the villain, King of the Woodland Realm in Middle Earth and the Piemaker, my personal favorite. And you might not know he played a transsexual nightclub performer in Showtime’s movie Soldier’s Girl. So, in my opinion, Lee Pace is now tied with Tim Curry as a male actor who looks prettier than I do in heels and women’s undergarments. He also dances to Cher’s “The Shoop Shoop Song,” so it’s a great film overall to check out.

Lee, you’re a dream. Hit me up and let’s grow old together as you whisper sweet nothings in my ear and smile at me all day long. Sounds like paradise to me.


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