Zac Efron's six crazy pack at the Ellen DeGeneres Show leaves fans confused



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Zac Efron's impressive physique has impressed people for years.

But the Hollywood heartthrob recently showed off his six-pack as he watched a TV appearance and the "confused" vision left its millions of fans scratching their heads.

The clip – shared by host Ellen DeGeneres – had more than 11 million views and nearly 35,000 comments in the hours since it was shared.

But instead of being overwhelmed by his six pack, many accused his seemingly unattainable muscles of being "fake."

"I love him, but those seem to be retouched," one puzzled user wrote.

"It sounds fake," another said.

"Are they really real?" Thought one person.

One said, "That does not seem real."

Others suggested that his tanned torso was reinforced with makeup, saying he "skirted" his six pack before appearing on the show.

While the Baywatch star has not officially commented on his super-raised physique, the fact that he works is no secret.

The 31-year-old regularly posts videos of his grueling workouts at the gym with his 38.8 million followers.

Many show the old High School Musical star completing insane physical achievements, such as the time when he challenged The Rock – who is also a very fit and athletic human – to a tire-throwing competition. There was also the time when he faced a terrifying rope climb and the time he carried heavy equipment on his shoulders.

During the interview – in which he came face-to-face with his last wax figure, inspired by his Baywatch character – he commented on how "unrealistic" his own body is.

"For guys who (points to his body) are not realistic … I got really big and good for the movie, but I do not want people to think that's the best way to be," he said. "Be your size. I do not want to glamorize this. "

In 2016, Efron revealed in a tweet exactly how it got so shredded, and it was intense.

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