James Argent has showcased his 14st weight loss in a football kit while playing a charity match on Sunday 1 May.
James, 34, lost the weight after undergoing gastric sleeve surgery last year after hitting 27 stone.
Debuting his slim physique, the former TOWIE star enjoyed a charity game of football at Crewe Alexandra FC, Mornflake Stadium with fundraising organisation SellebritySoccer.
For the match, James wore an all white kit – socks and all – paired with bright yellow football boots.
James was joined by a host of other celebs for the game, including Katie Price's ex Kieran Hayler, former TOWIE co-star Dan Osborne and Hollyoaks actor Ashley Taylor Dawson.
Money raised from the game – which cost £12 a ticket – will go to Alder Hey Children's hospital.
While a football kit isn’t the TV star’s usual choice of attire, he recently gushed about finally being able to wear clothes he likes, and oozed confidence as he's posed for a selection of photographs for his pal Jake Hall's clothing brand PRÉVU.
Sharing the shoot snaps on Instagram, James quipped: "Did I just become a fashion model!?"
He went on: “I’ve just had a shoot in some of the latest creations from @prevustudio and I genuinely can’t believe it.
"I’ve dreamed for years of being able to wear stuff that felt like ME. Stuff like this. I remember seeing my pal @jakehall making clothes that I absolutely loved but never thought I’d be able to fit into them!"
"I’m so excited for what’s next and to share my journey with you,” James added.
James is undeniably chuffed with his successful weight loss, but admitted on Good Morning Britain that he fears he may have gone too far.
"I actually lost 14 stone but I went a little bit too skinny and a bit too gaunt," he said to Kate Garraway after she described him as looking “amazing”.
Arg added: "Never did we think anyone would be saying, 'Arg, you need to put weight on. It's a nice change!"
As to what sparked his decision to lose weight and to go sober, the former TOWIE star credits his mum Patricia.
“My mum said to me, ‘I don’t recognise my son any more’ – and that really got me," the star told The Mirror, as he recognised how much influence his family had on him ahead of celebrating Mother's Day.
“It played on my mind and it was a big turning point for me wanting to change.”
Patricia herself added: “It’s been one hell of a journey and it’s kind of brought us closer as a family. I’m not ashamed of anything.”
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