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Odell Beckham couldn't live without his $2million Richard Mille watch.
Canadian singer Shawn Mendes said his acoustic guitar was essential.
Professional video gamer Ninja selected his gaming headset (of course).
WAP star Megan Thee Stallion brought her French Bulldog onto the set.
And rapper 2 Chainz even picked a $10,000 wad of cash as his most precious item.
As for Australian F1 driver Daniel Ricciardo, well his items were a little different...
GQ Magazine's '10 Things I Can't Live Without' series is a stroke of genius.
Having celebrities talk about their daily essentials really gives fans an insight into what they're like as a person.
Some come across as really vain (like most of the rappers who use the show to flash their diamond-encrusted jewellery) but other big-name celebrities give viewers a glimpse at their true personalities through their intriguing day-to-day selections.
For example, seeing heavyweight world champion and trash-talking icon Tyson Fury delve deep into the perfect cup of English Breakfast tea when discussing his favourite brew is just pure gold.
And the same can be said for Ricciardo.
Never to be the flashy type, the Formula One star sat down with GQ Magazine to discuss his 10 things he couldn't possibly live without.
And his list is everything you'd expect a true blue Aussie's to be.
"I've always got a party shirt," Ricciardo said when talking about his first item on the list.
"You've got to be merry. There could be an occasion.
"They don't always have to be as crazy as this one. They come in all different shapes, sizes, colours, creations. I certainly do have a collection of party shirts, I'm guilty for that."
Other notable selections in his top 10 was a diary with his initials inscribed on the front cover as well as a 15-year-old iPod which Ricciardo admits has some old school playlists still on it.
Unsurprisingly, fans in the comments section on YouTube were loving it.
The 31-year-old has quickly become a favourite among F1 fans - and this video proves exactly why.
Daniel Ricciardo's 10 Thing's He Can't Live Without
- Party shirt
- Personal journal
- A vintage iPod
- Custom Beats headphones
- Travel pillow
- COVID-19 face mask
- Race helmet (of course)
Featured Image Credit: PA, GQ, YouTube
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