Yep, the 26-year-old is ready to return to the stage 11 years after profitable the 2008 sequence and he appears to be like a world away from the spiky-haired teenager who wowed audiences along with his complicated dance strikes.
Posing shirtless in a sequence of portrait photos, George – who went on to look in Waterloo Road and Emmerdale – is clearly able to remind audiences who he is and what he does.
With a massive smile on his face, he’s clearly received his confidence again after he was recognized with alopecia and underwent a £9000 hair transplant.
George beforehand revealed his insecurities over going bald at such a younger age – saying he thought his thinning hairline was probably harming his profession.
The dancer turned actor has remained a regular face on TV since his win, and earlier in 2019 he appeared alongside Roxanne Pallett, the most complained about star of 2018, on Celebrity Coach Trip.
The former Emmerdale actress was famously embroiled in the greatest televised controversy of 2018 when she accused Ryan Thomas of punching her in the Celebrity Big Brother home, earlier than requesting his removing.
Footage proved there was no such incident, Ryan was cleared and ultimately received CBB whereas Roxanne has been compelled to cover away from the public eye.
Celebrity Coach Trip was filmed lengthy earlier than ‘punch-gate’ however she was still inflicting bother, with rumours that the present’s forged was involved that their status can be tarnished merely for showing on the identical present as her
Roxanne was later seen in a spat with her on-board present associate George with them disagreeing about who they selected as a couple.; as the vote was forged for Jedward to go house, Roxanne appeared fuming and ultimately spoke as much as distance herself from the determination.
‘Can I just say that if we had individual votes, I would not have picked you,’ she stated.
‘This has been really hard on George and I all day, and it’s the first time in our friendship that we’ve had a disagreement.’
‘We voted for Jedward,’ George defined, to which Roxanne yelled again ‘No,’ reducing him off.
Roxanne then asserted: ‘I did not vote,’ to which a clearly aggravated George hit again; ‘No, you did vote. You can’t say that!’ ‘I didn’t vote!,’ she continued. ‘I let you…’ ‘…vote for us,’ George lastly buckled.