AceShowbiz - Michael B. Jordan is battling "corny" allegations by showing his charm. The "Black Panther" actor is the star of Calvin Klein's Spring 2023 collection and he has posed in a steamy photo shoot for the brand's new underwear campaign.
Unveiled on Monday, February 27 via Calvin Klein and the actor's respective social media pages, the photos show the 36-year-old hunk flexing his buff physique as he stripped down to his underwear. Wearing nothing but an array of boxer-briefs, he flaunted his abs as he laid down on the floor in numerous sexy photos.
Another image has Michael facing straight to the camera with a gritty expression on his face. The brand captioned the first batch of photos on Instagram with, "The debut. @michaelbjordan Calvins or nothing."
In another picture, the "Creed III" actor/director wore a pair of white underwear and posed as if he's about to rip open his white tank top. "Should we drop more?" the brand's Instagram account teased in the caption.
After the photos hit the web, fans left thirsty comments on the posts. "Sooo, y'all just gonna drop this on my TL without warning?! Lawd!" one person wrote. Another echoed the sentiment, "OK BUT YOU GUYS NEEDED TO GIVE US A WARNING THIS WAS GONNA DROP EARLY ON A MONDAY MORNING!!!"
"All I would need is 10 minutes and every fluid from his body would be drained," a third fan reacted to the photos. Someone else joked, "Can you tone it down a tad?? My girlfriend is a step closer to leaving me every time she sees this."
In a press release, Calvin Klein said Michael was chosen because he embodies "confident ambition," as well as "passion and physical intensity." Styled in the brand's Calvin Klein 1996 athletic and modern cotton performance underwear styles, the visuals "reinforce his discipline and uncompromising commitment to his craft," per the brand.
The campaign debut means fans can also see Michael's Calvin Klein billboards in both New York and Los Angeles on Houston Street and La Cienega, respectively. The full Calvin Klein spring campaign hits March 15.