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Nearly one million people tuned in to watch Cristiano Ronaldo have a shower on Instagram Live.
670,000 social media users, to be exact.
Whether it be for a modelling campaign or on the football field, the sports megastar is no stranger to flashing his cheese grater abs for the cameras.
Although this time, it was his millions of Instagram followers who got to see CR7 topless as he casually striped down to his underwear for a not-so-private shower.
In the video, the Manchester United forward can be seen enjoying a shower before signing off with a signature kiss to the camera.
Incredibly, the clip was only live for less than a minute but somehow attracted the eyes of 670,000 people in such a short space of time.
It's safe to say Ronaldo is in pretty good nick, even at 37 years of age.
Over 550,000 people were watching Cristiano Ronaldo's IG live earlier. He was having a shower. pic.twitter.com/MQbG0rzc51
- Football Tweet :soccer: (@Football__Tweet) February 28, 2022
Just Ronaldo having a shower outside at 9pm on a Monday night, nothing unusual :sweat_smile: pic.twitter.com/tniVqawRmq
- :bee: (@LJxmes) February 28, 2022
Cristiano Ronaldo got 663k views in 1 minute when he went live on Instagram some minutes ago. GOAT :goat: pic.twitter.com/dBdtzhKQJu
- NUNGUA BURNA ( FACTOS RONALDO ) (@viewsdey) February 28, 2022
The five-time Ballon d'Or winner has failed to truly hit the ground running since his biblical second coming at Old Trafford.
Despite his prolific goalscoring record in world football, Ronaldo has only found the back of the net once in 2022.
But if truth be told, it's hardly Ronaldo's fault that the team isn't playing to his strengths.
Even Since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's departure, the team has remained wobbly with Ralf Rangnick at the helm.
"I don't accept that our mentality be less than being in the top three in the Premier League," Ronaldo told Sky Sports back in January.
"We are capable of changing things now. I know the way but I'm not going to mention it here because I don't think it's ethical on my part to say that.
"What I can say is we can do better - all of us. Manchester (United) belongs to important things, so we have to change that.
"I don't want to be here to be in sixth place, or seventh place, or fifth place. I'm here to try to win, to compete.
"I think we compete but we are not yet in our best level. But we have a long way to improve and I believe if we change our mind, we can achieve big things."