James Argent has lost an incredible seven stone, and he looks completely different.
The former TOWIE star, 33, was seen on a night out in Malaga in Spain on Thursday night where he partied at his friend Elliot Wright’s restaurant Olivia’s La Cala.
He showed off his newly-slimmed down figured as he looked smart in a grey striped shirt, black trousers and a pair of black trainers.
The results of his weight loss were clear for all to see and he sported a huge grin on his face as he headed into the venue.
Arg was seen performing on stage for a crowd of adoring fans.
He also looked happy to pose for photos with his admirers and grinned for the cameras.
Arg stopped for a photo with Elliot, who is the cousin of Mark Wright and starred in TOWIE with them.
The reality TV star was also seen throwing some shapes on the dancefloor on his night out.
Arg underwent gastric sleeve surgery earlier this year to aid his weight loss journey.
He got the surgery after his doctors ordered him to “lose weight or die” after his weight climbed up to 27 stone.
He put on weight during lockdown when he turned to comfort eating and couldn’t work out as the gyms were closed.
Arg previously said he wanted to lose 10 stone but now wants to shed 15 stone, which would be more than half of his heaviest body weight.
Arg has apparently joked to his friends that he wants to be “half the man I used to be” when he loses all of the weight he’s planned.
He reportedly wants to “lose at least a stone every month” up until 2022.
Arg is now reportedly having to buy a whole new wardrobe to get smaller sizes after ditching his XXL clothes.
A friend told The Sun recently: “James has never felt better in his life and the weight has dropped off far more quickly than he ever expected.
“It’s made him realise he can lose even more weight so he plans to just go for it. The only downside is he is having to buy a whole new wardrobe.”
Arg recently admitted he felt “horrible” about his weight and even struggled to look at himself in the mirror at his heaviest.
“It felt horrible, I was always extremely uncomfortable, I couldn’t look at myself in the mirror,” he said.
“It felt depressing and it just wasn’t me. Now I’m starting to feel like myself again and I’m excited about what the future is going to bring.
“It was scary being 27 stone… It was serious, doctors were telling me how dangerous it was…
“I knew it was something I had to address pretty quickly.”
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