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David Beckham seen in his latest underwear collection for H&M -- H&M

Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans

It might be fall, but Hollywood isn't shy about showing off plenty of skin (some good, some not so good!)

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Gaga Works A Fruit Top: She's done meat, now Lady Gaga is serving up fruit couture - or at least improvising while going topless in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The singer was spotted on the balcony of her hotel with a strategically placed coconut covering her girls and a towel covering what appears to be her underwear. Check out Gaga letting it (almost) all hang out, HERE!

Apocalyptic Undies: David Arquette showed off some skin in a new photo posted on Twitter from the set of his new movie "Orion," which appears to have scrimped on the costume budget. See David in a loincloth and chains, HERE!

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Beckham Continues To Remind Us Why Victoria Is The Luckiest Woman On The Planet: Bedroom eyes galore! David Beckham is half-naked in a new spread (see what we did there) for his underwear line for H&M, which he debuted on his Facebook account. Check out more of David stripping down, HERE!

Carly Rae Sued By The Singer Of "Hunky Santa": Imagine a magical world where infamous Los Angeles staple Angelyne was able to have a child with Courtney Stodden, who was then trained as a singer by Paris Hilton - you would have Ukrainian "singer" Aza. According to TMZ, Aza is claiming that Carly Rae Jepsen stole the inspiration for her massive hit "Call Me Maybe" from Aza's soon-to-be holiday classic "Hunky Santa." Anyone with the ability to hear and process sound should realize that this claim is beyond absurd, but we're glad that we are now aware of the awesomeness that is Aza. Try and not play "Hunky Santa" at your upcoming holiday party! Enjoy the musical travesty of epic portions, HERE!

-- Jesse Spero

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