Brooklyn Beckham Shows Off His Killer Abs in Shirtless Selfie

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In case you haven't noticed, Brooklyn Beckham has been making serious gains in the gym...and he's not afraid to show it off.

Victoria and David Beckham's 16-year-old son made his followers lose their minds when he posted a shirtless selfie on Instagram Monday, which showed him toting his gym clothes and sneakers on his arm and flexing his 6-pack abs as well.
Nearly 21,000 comments from Instagrammers followed after that selfie went up, with one person writing "OMFG," another writing, "I want you under my Christmas tree," and others leaving a ton of emoticons with heart eyes and shocked faces.

This is just the latest time Brooklyn has shown what he's working with, though. A few weeks ago, he drove his followers crazy with a shot that showed him lifting weights in a tank top in the gym. "Working out," he captioned the snap. And then chaos ensued (with more 'OMG' comments and an overload of emojis).
The response Brooklyn gets on Instagram shouldn't come as much of a surprise, considering he's kinda a pro when it comes to driving the ladies wild (especially with his selfies). So much so, that back in September he gave his top tips on how to take the perfect photo for the social networking site...which we were grateful for.

Brooklyn told Vogue everyone should put down their selfie sticks and "Don't forget to look for interesting things going on around you." He also advised not to over do it on filters in every single photo and "Don't forget to make it fun."

While Brooklyn is giving tips, he might as well release the secrets to his killer workouts. Something tells us a ton of guys would want the info.

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