Say hello to our InstaFitty of the week, Jordan Bruno.

Mental health advocate and reality TV contestant Jordan Bruno has been named Mr Gay Pride Australia 2018.

The Aussie hunk – who found fame on the TV series My Kitchen Rules – has been a prominent advocate for marriage equality. He also released a charity cookbook and launched a series of classes encouraging young people to cook.

As he accepted his award, Jordan said: “I want to thank everyone for coming out today and being a part of this amazing community it’s a real honour to represent this community.

“I’ve had so much support and there is so much inspiration here, everywhere you look there are inspirational people that have done so much and I hope that I can leave a fraction of the legacy that these guys have.”

Thirty men from around Australia fought to be the country’s representative at Mr Gay World 2018, with seven of them reaching the finals.

Jordan won the judge’s attention after competing in a photo shoot challenge, a written test, a personal interview and a public vote online.

“The issue I’m definitely most passionate about is mental health in our youth sector, there are so many kids in so many difficult situations and a whole array of problems and hopefully we can work with them one on one and give them individual attention and we can solve so many issues,” Jordan said to one of our judges Takaya Honda off stage at Midsumma Carnival.

Jordan will now represent Australia at Mr Gay World 2018in Knysna South Africa in May.

To celebrate, we’ve rounded up 12 of his hottest photos. How generous are we?! See below.

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