After being kicked out of the jungle on Sunday night episode I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here, Jack Vidgen is proving he means business.
The 24-year-old has taken to Instagram to showcase his new "business b***h energy" in an all-black outfit including a blazer he wore over his shoulders and black square sunglasses.
Jack's fierce new look didn't go unnoticed by his followers who were quick to comment on the post.
"You mean business baby!" his I'm a Celeb co-star Toni Pearen commented.
"Daaaaaaammn," Grant Denyer wrote alongside three fire emojis.
"That outfit is everything!" one user added.
"This is hot," another added.
"You really need to take up modelling, you look so gorgeous in everything you rock," someone else wrote.
"Can I speak to the manager," one user joked.
"OMG absolutely gorgeous," another said, while others called him "stunning", "iconic" and "amazing".
Jack was eliminated from I'm A Celeb after losing a challenge against Ash Williams and Travis Varcoe.
The challenge involved guessing how many rats were in a mystery box with Jack giving the most incorrect answers.
The singer was literally ejected from his seat and thrown backwards into the water behind him.
Viewers loved the elimination, taking to Twitter to share their amusement.
“Poor Jack but that was gold !!! #FlyingJack,” one person commented online.
“Jack literally being flung into a swamp absolutely SENDINGGG me why did it have to be that dramatic,” another person said.
“Jack literally went flying,” a Twitter user wrote, with another saying: “I mean it's not funny that I can't stop laughing but I'm loving that ejection mechanism.”
Another person agreed, writing: “I'm so, so sad that Jack is gone...but watching that ejection IS DESTROYING ME.”
Others called it the “best TV in a long time”.
Unsurprisingly, his fellow campers felt his absence immediately with Colin Fassnidge saying they were now like a "piano with a missing key".
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