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Hubba Hubba! Win A David Beckham-Signed Pair Of Skivvies

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    Honestly, we've given up on crossing our fingers and rubbing those lucky rabbit feet in hopes of a Freaky Friday situation avec Victoria Beckham. Besides the world-class wardrobe, she's the apple of David Beckham's eye. Since we won't be waking up to those washboard abs anytime soon, we're grateful that the Spice-Girl-turned-style-icon is totally down with sharing them with the rest of us via his latest H&M underwear campaign.

    Well, what if we told you that we're bringing Beckham to your bedroom — sort of. R29 is gifting one very lucky reader with a pair of underwear, signed by the soccer star himself. Just tell us the undergarments you can't live without this holiday season (we'll accept anything from Spanx to G-strings!), in the comments section below. Ta da — you're instantly entered to win!

    Now, only one question remains: Do you frame the briefs or be the world's best significant other and gift 'em to your beau? Our only issue with the latter is that you'll never want to wash them, and run the risk of smudging Beckham's John Hancock!

    Photo: Courtesy of H&M

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