It's odd, but we're infinitely interested in what celebrities do in the real world.

We see actors, athletes, musicians and so on all over the television and become enthralled by their extravagant lives, but often it's them in normality that is more fascinating.

This is backed up by recent revelations about David Beckham - apparently people are dying to know what Becks orders from McDonald's. Who knew he even ate there? Had him down as a KFC man.

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Anyway, Becks recently went to a drive-thru in Chippenham near Bath, where a worker couldn't help but ask for a selfie as the former football ordered from his car window.

Shift manager Philip Moulton was the man who got the picture and served Beckham, captioning the picture: "I am literally star struck! David Beckham on the drive-thru," with the typical heart eyes emoji.

However people on Facebook couldn't care less about the picture itself, but rather commented to ask what the man himself ordered.

"Big mac meal with 2 cheeseburgers," Philip revealed. If anything, this raises more questions than it answers. It looks as if Becks is alone in the car, so it's quite possible all that food is for him. How's he still in such good shape sinking that?

Who knows. In fact, who cares?

The former Manchester United player was in the area to launch a housing development with Glastonbury organiser Michael Eavis, the Mirror reports.

He also attended the festival himself, and was seen on the BBC nodding his head along with his son, Brooklyn, during Liam Gallagher's set.

Not sure how that'd go down with R KID, as Beckham has an informal agreement to star in one of big brother Noel's music videos.


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Appearing on The Graham Norton Show the pair put their City/United rivalry to one side to discuss the possibility of Beckham starring in a High Flying Bird's video, with Noel saying: "Will you be in one? Go on."

To which he replied: "I'd love to be. I've always been a huge fan. Obviously there's a big Manchester divide with United and City and there has been for many, many years. But when I used to play for England I remember Noel being at one of the games and I went up to him and shook his hand.

"I've always been a fan of Oasis and Noel in general, so of course I'll be in one of your videos."

He's got an album out later this year, so maybe it might happen then.

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Mark McGowan

Mark is a journalist at LADbible, who joined in 2015 after a year as a freelance writer. In the past he blogged for independent football fan channel Redmen TV, after graduating from Staffordshire University with degrees in journalism and English literature. He has worked on campaigns such as UOKM8? and IIOC.

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