It’s been certainly the most polarizing point in the Star Wars universe to date.
But John Mayer was clearly a fan of THAT The Last Jedi shirtless scene.
The singer posted a shirtless selfie on Saturday night as he launched the Kylo Ren Challenge.
Star phwoars! Shirtless John Mayer channeled Adam Driver in The Last Jedi as he launcheed the Kylo Ren Challenge on Instagram on Saturday
The 40-year-old replicated the already infamous shot of Adam Driver’s villain from The Last Jedi, as he had a cross-galaxy telepathic chat with Daisy Ridely’s Rey, apparently straight out of the shower.
The crooner even donned the very high-waisted black trousers favored by the patricidal son of Han Solo and Leia Organa.
Within minutes, Instagram was filled with fellow fans removing their shirts to post their #kylorenchallenge.
Bod guy: The 40-year-old replicated the already infamous shot of Adam Driver’s villain from The Last Jedi, as he had a cross-galaxy telepathic chat with Daisy Ridely’s Rey, apparently straight out of the shower
None were as popular as the original poster though, who had racked up more than 130k likes withing a couple of hours.
In Rian Johnson’s episode VII of the sci-fi saga, even Rey was taken aback at the sight of Ren sans clothes, insisting he wrap up in a cowl.
Last week Meyer ignited further social media tomfoolery when he criticized those who doctored their imagery — receiving a very tongue in cheek response from Chrissy Teigen.
Knights of Ren: Within minutes, Instagram was filled with fellow fans removing their shirts to post their #kylorenchallenge
‘Nothing provides a clearer view into someone’s taste, eye or intentions like the way they retouch a photo,’ he originally proclaimed.
He added: ‘This extends to processing as well. I can always tell who just discovered the ‘highlights/shadows’ slider.’
Without a caption, Chrissy replied with a picture of her own head grafted onto Nicki Minaj’s body, a la her Anaconda cover.
Do you even Force lift, bro? Driver looked super buff in the film, to the delight of many fans