Everyone's favourite East Lancashire Radio DJ is the star of a hilarious new advert for fast food chain McDonalds.
Burnley's Jordan North, who captured the nation's affections during his stint on I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here, seems to be riding the high life after leaving the jungle.
Having already been tipped to make more than £1m in 2021 by PR specialist Mark Borkowski, the 30-year-old seems to already be making the most of his newfound fame having appeared in a brand new McDonald's advert.
Jordan North is now the face of the fast food chains latest dish, Katsu Curry chicken nuggets.
The dish, available for a limited time only, is being promoted online by Jordan through a minute long video.
Featuring Jordan's off the cuff charm and Lancashire accent, the advert is just another reason why we love the Radio One DJ.
The advert starts with Jordan saying the tagline: "How do you Katsu?" before asking cheekily: "Katsu... is that even a verb?"
He then sets the table, putting out his poshest cutlery, place mat and plates before lighting a candle.
Acting as though he is waiting for a date to arrive, the 30-year-old then struts about the room saying: "Just don't be too keen Jordan, just be yourself, nobody likes a keen bean."
He then answers the door to find his Maccies order left on his doorstep.
Tucking into his meal with some less than savoury chopstick "skills" Jordan compliments his Katsu meal: "You look lovely, you look really good?"
He finishes off his date with: "Did it take you long to get here?"
Raised in Burnley, Jordan North began his career as an amateur host on student radio in Sunderland.
He later worked at Blackpool Pleasure Beach as a DJ before joining Rock FM and then BBC Radio One.
His rise has been somewhat meteoric with the 30-year-old making his big break in 2017 when he was chosen as a cover presenter for Matt Edmondson's show.
The following year he was announced as the new host for the station's Greatest Hits show on Sunday mornings before he started presenting an agony aunt style podcast with the etiquette expert William Hanson.
The podcast; Help I Sexted My Boss is in its sixth season and has won multiple awards.
Jordan bagged an 11pm-1am weekend slot at the BBC in September this year but his recent stint on I'm a Celebrity... saw him gain national aplomb.
His funny and down to earth personality meant he fast became a fan favourite.
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