Jude Law in a deep v-neck while shopping[Photo Credit: Tumblr]
Jude Law in a deep v-neck during a night out at the theater[Photo Credit: Splash News]
Tyson Beckford[Photo Credit: Splash News]
Drake in a deep v-neck at the 2012 MTV VMAs[Photo Credit: Splash News]
Ed Westwick in a deep v-neck on the set of Gossip Girl[Photo Credit: Splash News]
Simon Cowell in a deep v-neck[Photo Credit: Splash News]
Adam Levine wearing a deep v-neck while shopping in Malibu[Photo Credit: Splash News]
Harry Styles of One Direction in a deep v-neck at the 2013 Teen Choice Awards[Photo Credit: Splash News]
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Ben Stiller and Andy Samberg in deep v-necks on Saturday Night Live[Photo Credit: NBC]
Jude Law was recently spotted shopping for produce in London with his tan and hairy man chest bursting out of his comically deep v-neck. It’s nothing new for the actor, who has historically favored revealing tees during his non-working hours.
If we’ve learned anything from Happy Endings, it’s that Law probably has a severe addiction to v-necks that can only be treated with an intervention that reveals blinding tan lines where a shirt once was (a.k.a. the dreaded “farmer’s V”). Are his friends and family members ready to support him during this journey?
Dramatically deep Vs have been popping up everywhere in the celebrity world, creating equal opportunities for cleavage of both genders. (He-vage?) So who else has dared to bare some skin? Simon Cowell’s chest hair is as frequent a visitor to American primetime as are his biting assessments of young talent (or lack thereof). Model Tyson Beckford’s contracts prohibit him from wearing anything that conceals his pectorals — think of it as customers getting a look at the product before they buy —while Drake is a fashion wildcard whose experimentation with deep vs should never really come as a surprise. Plus, Rihanna likes some skin. In honor of the warm weather, check out the biggest supporters of male cleavage in Hollywood.
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