World Stanley Tucci fans are thirsting over the actor after watching him eat and drink his way across Italy in a new show

02:18  18 february  2021
02:18  18 february  2021 Source:   businessinsider.com.au

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a man sitting at a table eating food: Stanley Tucci is eating and drinking his way across Italy in CNN's 'Searching for Italy.' Stanley Tucci is eating and drinking his way across Italy in CNN's 'Searching for Italy.'
  • Stanley Tucci hosts a six-part travel and cooking show currently airing on CNN.
  • "Searching for Italy" follows the star through different Italian cities and regions.
  • While the scenery is breathtaking, some fans are more focused on how good Tucci looks.
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Stanley Tucci's cocktail tutorials were winning over fans in early quarantine, and it looks like his new show, "Searching for Italy," is giving them even more to swoon over.

The six-part CNN series follows the award-winning actor as he travels through Naples, the Amalfi Coast, Rome, Bologna, Milan, Tuscany, and Sicily.

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And yes, he's technically there to eat and talk about food. But he's also impeccably dressed and showing off his "sneaky cut" physique, which generated plenty of buzz on Twitter.

Viewers took to Twitter to gush about the show, Italian food, and Tucci's bod

After the show aired its first episode focusing on Naples and the Amalfi Coast on Sunday, Twitter users flocked to the social-media platform to show their support for the actor.

While some simply enjoyed watching his culinary and travel adventures, others took a more direct approach and raved about how good he looks.

Plenty of people had crushes on Tucci before, but "Searching for Italy" appears to have only amplified them.

Some comments took a turn for the blatantly sexual.

And still others were just inspired to create some mouth-watering Italian dishes of their own after watching Tucci gush over the country's cuisine.

Beyond Tucci's looks, some fans simply appreciated that this show provides the exact kind of escapism they have been craving during the pandemic.

This isn't the first time fans are showing Tucci some love

The resurgence of Tucci appreciation started in April when the "Julie & Julia" actor showed off his real-life bartending skills.

Tucci showed fans how to make his version of the perfect Negroni, to which one Twitter user, Mark McDevitt, said, "Nothing â€" and I mean nothing â€" has soothed me in the last six weeks quite like the way Stanley Tucci making a 'Negroni' on Instagram has."

Following the viral success of his makeshift mixology classes, Tucci made a quarantini on brother-in-law John Krasinski's web series. He then took on another cocktail, the old fashioned, in October, and in December, he made a Christmas cosmo for his family.

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