David Beckham in odd transformation as fans brand him Gordon Ramsay lookalike

David Beckham fans are convinced the footy ace is starting to look like TV chef Gordon Ramsay.

The hunky star took to Instagram to share a snap alongside rapper Snoop Dog in view of his 78 million followers, but fans couldn’t help but notice the striking similarity he bore to his celeb pal Gordon.

David was sharing an intimate snap with the rapper, revealing that the pair had just enjoyed a nice catch up.

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David penned: “The Man was back in town last night @snoopdogg So good to see you man talking kids, grandkids & LA.”

But while fans were delighted to see such an A-List friendship blossom, many fans were distracted by David’s overall appearance, with many comparing him to the Hell’s Kitchen star.

“Thought that was Gordon Ramsey for a second,” said one fan, to which another replied: “They are morphing – must be the same hair dye and Botox injections.”

Another fan added: “DB looking more like Gordon Ramsey everyday.”

The world-renowned chef recently showed how close he is with his pal after he spoke up for Brooklyn Beckham, the 23-year-old son of David and Victoria Beckham, after he was widely mocked for his recent career choice as a chef.

The 56-year-old celebrity chef said that Brooklyn was not responsible for the level of intrusion into his life, owing to his famous parents. "He didn't ask to have famous parents, so it's hard for him," he told the MailOnline.

Despite the criticism, Brooklyn has been trying his hand at being a footballer, a photographer, and now a chef, but his recent tutorial on cooking a £300 joint of beef, which was labelled “raw”, drew flak.

However, Gordon Ramsay came to his defence, saying that "everyone needs to pipe down," and the more chefs there are in the mix, the better.

"Brooklyn has grown up with my kids and is the son of dear friends of ours. I haven't seen the video of his supposedly 'raw' beef," he said.

"But even as a 12-year-old, whilst playing football, Brooklyn was always excited about food. So I'm pleased that he's gone down that road and he's found something he really enjoys doing."

"It's hard, isn't it? Because he didn't ask for that level of intrusion from having famous parents," Ramsay continued.

"It probably came off a certain way, but it's not his fault. So I have no issues against it. I'm excited. We have another chef joining the mix."

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