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Jack Vidgen flaunts his figure in a crop top and miniskirt as he asks Sophie Monk for a ‘Queer Love Island’ – and plenty of celebrities are onboard with the idea

Jack Vidgen has floated the idea of a ‘Queer Love Island’. 

The singer, who is clearly a fan of the steamy dating show, slipped into a green crop and miniskirt in an Instagram clip on Wednesday. 

In the footage, a voiceover is heard saying ‘a hot new bombshell enters the villa’ as the camera pans over Jack’s saucy look. 

The singer matched the green co-ord with a pair of pink sunglasses and a purple handbag which he wore over his shoulder. 

‘Sophie Monk let’s do a queer Love Island AU doll? x,’ he wrote. 

Jack Vidgen, 26, flaunted his figure in a crop and miniskirt as he asked Sophie Monk for a 'Queer Love Island' on Instagram - and plenty of celebrities are onboard with the idea

Jack Vidgen, 26, flaunted his figure in a crop and miniskirt as he asked Sophie Monk for a ‘Queer Love Island’ on Instagram – and plenty of celebrities are onboard with the idea

A number of celebrities seemed onboard with the idea. 

‘Smoking,’ Sophie Monk replied. 

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‘Queer Love Island,’ Bachelor star Megan Marx added.   

‘Absolutely loving this outfit,’ ex-Bachelor Thomas Malucelli added. 

Skin queen Dr Naomi added three fire emojis to the post. 

In the footage, a voiceover is heard saying 'a hot new bombshell enters the villa' as the camera pans over Jack's saucy look

In the footage, a voiceover is heard saying ‘a hot new bombshell enters the villa’ as the camera pans over Jack’s saucy look

'Smoking,' Sophie Monk replied. 'Queer Love Island,' Bachelor star Megan Marx added

‘Smoking,’ Sophie Monk replied. ‘Queer Love Island,’ Bachelor star Megan Marx added

This comes after Jack revealed the heavy trolling he receives online following the debut of his female alter-ego, Jacqueline Vagine. 

Many have praised the gender-bending style, but Jack hit out at cruel comments he’s received from trolls who told him he needs ‘psychological help’ and called him a ‘sick f***’. 

‘Just wanted to say a major thank you to everyone who’s been hyping me up/cheering me on on while I’ve been glamming it up lately and exploring my feminine side,’ he wrote in a heartfelt Instagram post.

‘For everyone wondering I still identify as He/Him. I’m literally just having fun. We as a society have gendered fashion and the more I’m dressing like this, the more I’m uncovering and releasing myself of my own internalised homophobia as a gay man.’

The singer added he receives a lot of comments – mostly on TikTok – with people calling him ‘horrible things or just simply not understanding it’.

Jack shared a series of the horrible comments he's received from trolls

Jack shared a series of the horrible comments he’s received from trolls

‘I’ve become almost completely desensitised to it but I think of all the young queer people who see it and that makes me sad,’ he explained.

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‘I’m going to continue to push the boundaries and break the mold of societies expectations, no one should have to tone themselves down to make the rest feel comfortable’.

The dressing up coincided with Sydney’s WorldPride, with Jack revealing he’s been celebrating with friends.

The singer added he receives a lot of comments - mostly on TikTok - with people calling him ' horrible things or just simply not understanding it'. Pictured celebrating WorldPride

The singer added he receives a lot of comments – mostly on TikTok – with people calling him ‘ horrible things or just simply not understanding it’. Pictured celebrating WorldPride 

Speaking to Daily Mail Australia, the singer revealed how the pride movement played a ‘huge part’ in his early teen years.

‘When I was first in the public eye I wasn’t out. I was only 14, I did The Voice years later and that was kinda my public coming out.

‘Everyone was great. In my personal life too, I had a really warm reception,’ he said.

The singer, who rose to fame as a child on Australia’s Got Talent in 2011, has had a career resurgence since auditioning for The Voice in 2019.

He told The Daily Telegraph his return to television has helped him financially because it costs ‘a lot of money’ to release music as an independent artist.

Jack is pictured during WorldPride

Jack is pictured during WorldPride

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