He’s currently living off the bare minimum on I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! in the name of charity.
And Shannon Noll’s team has pleaded with the musician’s Instagram fans on Friday, to keep him safe from elimination.
A short video saw the 42-year-old in the South African jungle flashing his love heart undies.
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Keeping it brief! Shannon Noll, 42, flashed his love heart undies in a clip shared to Instagram on Friday, as his team pleads with fans to keep him safe from elimination on I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!
Shannon turned around for the camera in the show’s signature muscle tank and red khaki shorts.
Fans received a good look at the star’s love heart undies, with two large holes of fabric cut out at the buttocks.
Shannon’s team who are managing his Instagram account while he’s in the jungle, captioned the video cheekily: ‘Make sure Nollsie doesn’t get the a*se in the next episode of @imacelebrityau !’ SMS Shannon to 1995 1010.’
Fans found the post hilarious, with one writing in the comments section: ‘Hehehehe cheekie lol,’ while another followed suit with ‘Absolute gold. Nollzy for the win!!’
Tragic: The musician revealed in a previous episode of I’m A Celebrity…that he spent his Australian Idol fortune paying off debuts
The brief act comes after Shannon revealed in a previous episode of I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! that he spent his Australian Idol fortune paying off debts.
Speaking with fellow cast-mate Fiona O’Loughlin, the singer-songwriter explained he had grown up working on his family’s farm in Condobolin, NSW, before the business fell into crippling debt just prior to his stint on the TV show.
‘We tried to farm our way out of it and the next two years we failed because of drought,’ he said.
Struggles: Speaking with fellow cast-mate Fiona O’Loughlin, Shannon explained that he had grown up working on his family’s farm before the business fell into crippling debt just prior to his stint on Australian Idol
‘So that cost 40 or 50 grand at a time for fuel and feed and that sort of thing.’
Shannon continued: ‘We went further into debt so we had a family meeting and said: “If we fail again we’re gone”, so we had just enough money to buy another house and I went on Idol and it all blew up from there.’
The What About Me chart-topper said that his newfound fame immediately drew the attention of creditors.
‘A few creditors were left over and they [had] seen me on the show and chased mum really hard for the shortfall,’ Shannon said
Tough going: ‘We tried to farm our way out of it and the next two years we failed because of drought,’ the What About Me chart-topper said
‘I wrote a cash cheque out for $209,000 to a tractor company,’ he went on to say, becoming even more emotional.
‘I thought I was doing the right thing. I was a farmhand, I’d never run a business before so I paid a lot of those debts out and consequently all the big money I made after the show, I paid bills with it.’
He added: ‘I didn’t blow it on yachts and all that sort of stuff.’
Shannon, who came from five generations of farmers who spent more than 100 years on the land, was eventually forced to sell the farm in 2009.
For a good cause: Shannon is living off the bare minimum on I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! in the name of charity