By ANDREA MAGRATH
Ripped: Strictly Come Dancing finalist Harry Judd stripped down to his briefs for Attitude magazine
He has attracted a huge fan base over the past few weeks thanks to his moves on Strictly Come Dancing.
And perhaps in a final push for votes ahead of this weekend's final, Harry Judd has stripped down to his briefs for the cover of Attitude magazine.
The 25-year-old shows off the six-pack that has seen judges Bruno Tonioli and Craig Revel-Horwood awarding him high scores all season.
The drummer modelled skimpy white briefs while gazing seductively at the camera in a stance similar to David Beckham's infamous Armani ad.
And like Beckham, the front-on shot has had fans speculating over whether Judd has been given a little help in the way of some photo-shopping enhancement.
Either way, the musician has been working hard at improving his physique for some time.
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He revealed that McFly have been consciously making the transition from baby-faced boy band to a more adult look.
'We were talking about how we were older but had teen appeal and could be an attractive band. So for the next campaign we said we should really get in shape,' he told the magazine.
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'Next thing you know, all three of them were on the floor doing press-ups. That gave them a kick up the a**.'
Of stripping off onstage for Strictly, Harry says his inhibitions have flown out the window: 'I’m not embarrassed, I’m over it. With Strictly the nerves just disappear, I should be so embarrassed but I think, sod it.'
Counting down: The McFly drummer is going up against Jason Donovan and Chelsee Healey during this weekend's final