5 Seconds Of Summer: Michael Clifford Shares ‘Naked’ Modeling Photo, Band Loses Logo

5 Seconds of Summer guitarist Michael Clifford recently made his modeling debut, following in the footsteps of musicians like Justin Bieber and Nick Jonas.

However, according to Twist Magazine, Michael Clifford isn’t rocking his underwear in the photo that he recently shared on Twitter — he’s wearing that other clothing item that guys hate getting from their moms on Christmas.

As you can see, the 5 Seconds of Summer star’s legs aren’t actually naked, and you’d think that Michael would know the difference between being naked and being clothed by now. As Yahoo! Celebrity UK points out, he is the guy who once recorded a 5SOS song completely nude. He shared the photographic evidence of his bare naked recording session with the ladies who can’t get enough of his pasty bod, and this got him in a bit of trouble. According to Unreality TV, Ashton Irwin said that the 5SOS Facebook page got temporarily taken down because of the photo. In other words, Michael should probably stick to sharing sock photos with his fans.

Michael Clifford did his best to make his feet look edgy by being a rebel and rocking mismatched socks in the program cover photo. He’s definitely more successful at picking sock colors than he is at picking hair colors — as the Inquisitr previously reported, he recently tried to dye his hair black and white, but somehow it turned out blue.

Twist thinks it’s odd that Michael Clifford’s band mates don’t appear with him on the program cover, but perhaps he landed the modeling job because he had the crew’s best calves. Michael recently showed off the rest of his fit physique in another Twitter photo, and he’s rocking a bod that would look great in a Calvin Klein ad campaign. However, he’s no Justin Bieber — as you can see, his post-gym pic isn’t genuine.

The members of 5 Seconds of Summer aren’t just altering their photos. According to MTV News, the band recently had to change their beloved tally mark logo because of a copyright claim. Fans are upset that the group has been selling merchandise with a new skull logo, but it looks like the tally mark is gone for good and the skull is here to stay — the tally mark is too similar to the Undefeated clothing company’s logo.

Perhaps the new 5SOS logo is supposed to make fans laugh — it could be a representation of what will happen to Michael Clifford’s head if he doesn’t stop dying his hair.

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