Jacob Elordi and Beth Ditto strip down for new Calvin Klein campaign

Jacob Elordi in Calvin Klein boxers, Beth Ditto in a lace bra

Calvin Klein’s latest underwear campaign is a veritable smorgasbord of thirst traps, with Euphoria actor Jacob Elordi and Gossip goddess Beth Ditto among the stars stripping off for the camera.

For the #MYCALVINS IRL campaign, the American underwear giant asked a host of celebrities including Naomi Campbell, Diplo and Bella Hadid to wear their Calvins as they would at home.

In a 90-second film, we see Campbell reclining on a sofa, Diplo getting intimate with a webcam and Ditto letting loose in front of a vanity mirror.

The advert marks the Gossip singer’s Calvin Klein debut, which she dedicated to her grandmother.

“When I was in high school I would sneak my boyfriend’s CK 1 on the regular,” Ditto wrote on Instagram.

“I couldn’t afford that kinda ‘smell goods’ as my granny Ditto used to say.

Beth Ditto in a lace bra

Beth Ditto dedicated the campaign to her grandmother. (Calvin Klein)

“But look at me now, granny! I’ve made it to model material! Who would ever have thought!”

Her post attracted countless thirsty comments, including one from Drag Race star Ben Dela Creme who wrote: “OMG I LOVE.”

Moschino designer Jeremy Scott summed up all of our thoughts, writing: “YOU ABSOLUTE BEAUTY.”

Jacob Elordi shares underwear photo for Calvin Klein

Also starring in the campaign is Jacob Elordi, the break-out star of HBO’s Euphoria.

The actor is seen taking a steamy locker room snap – perhaps a reference to one of his show’s most memorable scenes, in which he shares the screen with 30 penises.

Jacob Elordi in Calvin Klein boxers

Jacob Elordi stripped down to boxer shorts. (Calvin Klein)

Odell Beckham Jr in Calvin Klein boxers

Odell Beckham Jr was trolled for his campaign picture. (Calvin Klein)

Rounding out the cast is Lay Zhang, Jelly Lin, Hayley Foster, Abby Champion, Cara Taylor, Matthew Noszka and NFL star Odell Beckham Jr.

Beckham was forced to defend himself after posting his campaign picture to Instagram.

Homophobic trolls accused him of being “sus,” or a suspected gay, to which he responded: “I’m straight! Like beyond it. If I sit here and defend myself y’all gon’ say I’m tryna defend myself, if I sit there and say nothin y’all gon’ say ‘see he didn’t say anything.’”