JOHN CENA has shocked the WWE Universe again by unveiling a new boy band look.
The Leader of the Cenation whipped wrestling fans into frenzy two months ago ahead of his return at Super Show-Down.
Looking his most-ripped ever, the 41-year-old revealed his stunning physique along his newly-grown long looks.
Now the 16-time world champion has done it again by posing as a boy band.
His series of looks are for a small screen role for a SKYY Vodka advert that is celebrating American diversity.
Cena single-handedly takes on the role of all three characters in the band in an attempt to get the brand’s “Proudly American” message across.
Dressed in all-white, the legend portrays a trio dressed in all-white.
And the monstrous grappler certainly raises eyebrows as he sports a long quiff, a headband and even blonde curtains for the commercial.
Fans were torn between his latest image, with some branding the “band” the “Backstreet Cenas”.
Another declared: “LMFAO!!! This just made my whole day.”
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While the same Twitter user added: “That’s great. He’s legit my hero, have a promo of his tatted on my arm. He’s an incredible human being.”
With another tweeting: “Always gotta love whenever John does this stuff lol. I just wasn’t expecting that.”
However, not everyone loved it, with some not taking too kindly to his fun-loving approach.
One fan commented: “To be honest, I’m not even mad. Just confused. Imagine if this was his gimmick instead of being a rapper.”
A fellow hater wrote: “I can’t unsee this.”
And another remarked: “My dearest John, I don’t know how much they paid you to do today commercial…but I assure you, it was not enough.”
Cena explained to Business Insider why he was drawn to the advert, saying its message about diversity is “not only good now, but it’s good anytime and anywhere”.
He said: “I was really drawn to the fact that it was titled ‘Proudly American’. I am a proud patriot, and I think a patriot first, above all.
“I think it’s a message that’s not only good now, but it’s good anytime and anywhere.
“I think, no matter what the situation — if it’s hard political times or if it’s everybody playing nice together — the message of embracing diversity is important every single day, no matter where you are on your history timeline.
“If someone criticises my race or my sexual orientation and their comment is that I’m now allowed to embrace diversity, that’s very closed-minded. Because if you do that, you essentially aren’t diverse… That’s something I thoroughly don’t agree with.”
Cena continues to work part-time for WWE as he continues his building his impressive career in Hollywood.
He has performed roles in silverscreen hits such as Trainwreck, Daddy’s Home 1 and 2 and Blockers, working alongside stars like Amy Poehler, Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg.
He will be part of the Transformers spin-off Bumblebee in addition to co-starring in Project X-traction with legendary martial artist Jackie Chan.
Cena’s last WWE appearance was at Super Show-Down in Australia last month as he joined forces with Bobby Lashley to defeat Elias and Kevin Owens.
He was due to compete in the World Cup tournament at the controversial Crown Jewel pay-per-view in Saudi Arabia a fortnight ago.
However, he and Daniel Bryan were both removed at the last-minute with speculation claiming they refused to be part of the show after the murder of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul, Turkey.
SURVIVOR SERIES – Here's the full match card
WWE’s second-longest running pay-per-view Survivor Series takes place on Sunday 18 November.
It’s the annual battle between the company’s two flagship shows as a number of Raw superstars challenge their SmackDown counterparts.
After an action-packed go-home episode of SmackDown, the whole match card was almost turned on its head.
Luckily, SunSport has you covered with what the final list of bouts are:
RAW vs. SmackDown
WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar vs. WWE Champion Daniel Bryan
RAW vs. SmackDown
WWE Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins vs. WWE United States Champion Shinsuke Nakamura
RAW vs. SmackDown
RAW Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey vs. Charlotte Flair
RAW vs. SmackDown
RAW Tag Team Champions The Authors of Pain (Akam, Rezar) vs. SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Bar (Cesaro, Sheamus)
RAW vs. SmackDown: 5-on-5 Men’s Traditional Elimination Match
Braun Strowman, Dolph Ziggler, Drew McIntyre, Finn Balor, Bobby Lashley (Team Captain: Acting RAW General Manager Baron Corbin) vs. SmackDown Commissioner Shane McMahon, Jeff Hardy, The Miz, Samoa Joe, Rey Mysterio (Captain: Miz)
RAW vs. SmackDown: 5-on-5 Women’s Traditional Elimination Match
Nia Jax, Tamina Snuka, Ember Moon, Natalya, Ruby Riott (Team Captain: Alexa Bliss) vs. Naomi, Sonya Deville, Asuka, Carmella, TBA (Team Captain: TBA)
WWE Cruiserweight Title Match
Mustafa Ali vs. Buddy Murphy
Kickoff Pre-show: RAW vs. SmackDown: 5-on-5 Tag Team Traditional Elimination Match
Chad Gable & Bobby Roode, The Ascension, Lucha House Party, The Revival, The B Team (Team Captains: Roode & Gable) vs. The Usos, The New Day, The Colons, SAnitY, Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson (Team Captains: Usos)