Shawn Mendes Sends Internet Into Frenzy With Shirtless Calvin Klein Ad Campaign
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Collecting almost 500,000 comments in 24 hours, the Instagram post by 'In My Blood' singer also gets mixed reactions from Jennifer Lopez, Charlie Puth and OneRepublic star Ryan Tedder.

AceShowbiz - Shawn Mendes sent the internet into a frenzy on Saturday, February 16 by posting two shirtless photos from his new Calvin Klein campaign online.

The "In My Blood" singer posed seductively in his CK boxer shorts, showing off his ripped physique, in the sneak peek of new ads, which will debut this week.

"@CalvinKlein #MyCalvins. Campaign coming this week," he captioned one of the pictures, which he shared on Instagram for his 40.5 million followers.

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@CalvinKlein #MyCalvins. Campaign coming this week.

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The shots quickly became a must-see item online, picking up nearly eight million likes and almost 500,000 comments in the 24 hours since they were posted.

Jennifer Lopez and her boyfriend Alex Rodriguez, and Charlie Puth were among the celebrities who responded in the comments section.

Impressed J.Lo wrote, "Killin' it", while Charlie, a close friend of Shawn's, commented, "Hahaha! Oooh s**t!!"

Others poked fun at the setting for the sexy snaps, which appeared to be a retro hotel room.

OneRepublic star Ryan Tedder hilariously responded: "Someone somewhere is realising right now this photo was taken in their Airbnb".

Shawn is the latest famous face to model for Calvin Klein, after stars including Millie Bobby Brown and Paris Jackson joined model Lulu Tenney to front another campaign for the clothing brand.

And speaking about why he wanted to team up with the iconic company, Shawn said in a statement: "I think that youth, and this generation in general right now, are speaking so loudly, and people are listening more than ever. And it's incredible because they're saying very, very important things and people are listening. I don't think we've ever been louder as a younger generation – and in the best way".

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