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March 17, 2021

'SWAT' Star Shemar Moore Shows off His Goatee Posing in a Handsome Selfie — See Fan Reactions

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"S.W.A.T." star Shemar Moore is back into the heart-stealing business with his salt and pepper goatee that is making the netizens swoon. Check it out!

"Criminal Minds" heartthrob Shemar Moore is aging like a fine wine. At 50 years old, he can make people go weak on their knees with one smolder and his "baby girl" catchphrase. 

Moore has done it again with this brand new selfie that sees him smoldering at the camera. He was a rugged Adonis in a slightly blotched olive tee and jeans secured with a brown belt. 

Shemar Moore during season 11 of CBS's "Criminal Minds." | Source: Getty Images


The actor wore multiple bracelets with colorful beads. He flaunted a weaved hat and clear frame glasses and leaned back on his plush couch. Through his caption, he drew attention to his majestic salt and pepper goatee. 

Moore does not have a shortage of attention...

Shemar Moore's Instagram post. | Source: Instagram/shemarfmoore


Moore said he still has Daniel "Hondo" Harrelson in him, but he will always be Shemar. His fans could not stop drooling over the photo which they thought was hot. 

"Can we please get a babygirl we've been waiting for a month," one fan impatiently wrote. "How much more fine can you get," another fan commented. "Shemar, I love you," a third fan gushed. 

Fans' comments on Shemar Moore's photo. | Source: Instagram/shemarfmoore


Moore does not have a shortage of attention, but the most important woman in his life was and will always be his mother. She passed away in 2020, leaving her son with a broken heart and precious memories. 

During a February interview with People, Moore opened the doors to his luxurious mansion in LA and talked about how his mother loved it when he brought her to the house for the first time. 


The ultra-modern 7-bedroom, 9-bathroom abode looks like heaven, but Moore said it feels empty without his mother's warm presence. But he had kept his mother's memories alive in there:

"There's always going to be that void. But I'm doing my best to make it me, to make it my mother's son's home."

As a tribute to his mother, Moore has decorated his walls with photographs of them together. He even has a room carpeted in turquoise, her favorite color. 

Moore, who had been cooped up since his COVID-19 diagnosis in December 2020, also said he was looking forward to entertaining his friends at home.