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David Beckham strips down to his skivvies and more in new Super Bowl ad

Finally a Super Bowl ad just for the ladies, and hot it is. David Beckham has stripped down to his skivvies and more in a new H&M bodywear ad as reported via Us Weekly on Thursday.

Super hot David Beckham will appear in a Super Bowl 2014 ad and you can choose if he is totally naked or wears underpants.
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For Super Bowl 2014, David Beckham loses his shorts as he zip lines to a photo-shoot. The new 30-second spot filmed two endings of the half-naked Soccer stud, one totally nude and another, which covers Beckham’s bonanza.

According to Us Weekly, Beckham was thrilled to work with the director of the new Super Bowl ad.

It was so exciting to work with one of my favorite directors, Nicolas Winding Refn, on my new campaign for H&M. Nicolas pushed me hard to create an action-packed film, which shows off this season’s new heritage-inspired bodywear at its best.

Refn was as equally excited to work with the 38-year-old husband to the much-blessed Victoria Beckham. In the behind the scenes footage posted to H&M's Google+ page on Friday, and YouTube as seen above, the director only had praise for the menswear model.

David Beckham is an incredible, photogenic personality. He’s a magnet. You very much move towards him. I needed to have David do all his own stunts. It always had to be David, even if it meant running on roofs, or jumping or climbing hundreds of feet up in the air, he’s been pretty cool.

View David Beckham’s H&M menswear ad at Us Weekly, and then choose your favorite ending, beginning January 27, at Vote for, which will be featured during Super Bowl 2014 on February 2.

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