X Factor: Celebrity star Thom Evans has left and lost for words after showing off his package online.
The Rugby ace, who appeared on Simon Cowell's talent celebrity singing contest in 2019 stripped down to a tight pair of shorts as he hit the gym with girlfriend Nicole Scherzinger.
Showing off his bulging biceps, Thom flexed his muscles as he posed for a snap with The Pussycat Dolls songstress.
However, despite having rock hard pecs and abs it was his trousers that caused the most stir.
Commenting on the shot online, one supporter gushed: "Looks like it’s not just his personality that caught her eye! BULGE much!"
Nicole Scherzinger flashes thong in sheer gym wear for racy clip with Thom Evans
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Another added: "Your boy is a hottie."
Thom and Nicole have been together since meeting on X Factor: Celebrity last summer.
In December Daily Star Online exclusively revealed how Nicole has snuck Thom backstage at the X Factor: The Band final but the buff lad left the studio early in order to sneak out with no attention.
Last week Daily Star Online revealed how Nicole's fans are featuring the long awaited Pussycat Dolls comeback will fail to make an impact after a demo of their new single appeared online.
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A three minute twenty-four second Nicole only version of React is currently available on a range of social media platforms.
During the track, Nicole singers about a volatile romance over a catchy electronic repetitive beat.
But while fans appear to be loving the single, many fear the group's comeback could be ruined by the unofficial release.
One fan wrote: "You should delete this please don't ruin the comeback."
Another added: "We must support the PCD comeback and this is not the way we should get at least.
"People will see this and when the official audio comes out it won't have the reception it has to have."
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