Find out How the Riverdale Star Got Injured!

It’s easy to think KJ Apa’s face is completely flawless, but in reality, the actor has a small scar. The handsome Riverdale star has a pretty noticeable scar on his forehead right between his eyes. Although some might call this a flaw, we’ll just add it to the long list of qualities that make him super adorable. But, we’re still wondering where it came from.

His part-time co-star and full-time bromance partner, Cole Sprouse, hacked his Twitter account earlier this year to poke fun at the scar and his love for the New Zealand snack, Marmite. Cole hacked his buddy’s Twitter account writing, “Got this scar on my brow from thinking bout marmite too hard tbh.” He continued, “Hard to play guitar when my hands are covered in marmite ay? #riverdale.” LOL.

Okay, that’s super hilarious. We love the KJ/Cole dynamic on and offscreen. So, of course, this sparked fan interest to what actually gave KJ the scar. One fan tweeted him, “how did you get that scar between ur eyebrows…just wondering ty.” He answered (like the nice guy he is), “trampoline ?.”

Aww, poor guy! His fans seem to be digging his injury though. “Can’t stop thinking about kj apa’s eyebrow scar,” one fan tweeted. Another added, “Pretty sure my religion is the scar between @kj_apa’s eyebrows.” So, no matter what we will love our bottle red-head, songwriting, bad guy fighting, smoking hot Archikins. Who said a little blemish doesn’t add character? We sure think it does. Plus Archie (and KJ!) are much more than just their looks.

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“There’s more to Archie than abs and his body and getting with girls and stuff like that,” KJ told Vulture. “He’s a humanized character, and people should see past that, you know what I mean? I think people do, but initially, at first glance, people are going to have that first impression of sex object.” You got that right.


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