Liam Payne Strips That Down as he gets naked for new photoshoot

Liam Payne went completely naked for a steamy Instagram snap – and fans can’t contain their thirst.

Photographer Mert Alas took to the grid with a black-and-white photo of the 25-year-old sitting in his director-style chair, completely starkers.

As. You. Do.

‘Get of my chair @liampayne #berlin #comingsoon,’ he captioned the shot for his 1.4million followers – instantly sending them into a spin.

And when we say spin, we mean the photographer was inundated with more 4,000 comments a mere two hours after pressing upload.

‘I wish I was a chair,’ one posted, while another said: ‘Oh my golly golly gosh.’

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‘The autopsy said that the cause of my death was this picture,’ a follower joked.

While many, many more thanked him for blessing them with the image.

Well that is his job…

Liam recently made headlines after revealing his collaboration with HUGO on a new fashion line – so we’re guessing the rest of this photoshoot included a few more clothes.

And the What Makes You Beautiful singer opened up on his unique choices when it comes to his wardrobe – admitting he often donned certain things to ‘annoy’ people.

‘I’ve got a long way to go before I could be considered a style icon’, he told the Evening Standard. ‘There’s a shot of me wearing this furry thing with no T-shirt and sunglasses on – inside – and red jogging bottoms. I don’t know what was going on that day.

‘I think there was a part of me that enjoyed that the way I was dressing was annoying people – I was like, I’m going to get abused whatever I wear.’

Looking back at his time in One Direction, he added: ‘Growing up as famous as we were, you can’t get away with all the fashion mistakes you’ve made over the years.’

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