He returns to the spotlight later this year as a contestant on Australia’s Got Talent.
But it was business as usual for The Bachelorette’s Apollo Jackson on Wednesday when he worked a shift as a sales assistant .
The 26-year-old was spotted at a Tommy Hilfiger store on the Gold Coast, doing what many former reality stars are reluctant to do: an honest day’s work.
Back to it: Bachelorette star Apollo Jackson returned to work as a sales assistant on the Gold Coast on Wednesday
The magician and TV star wore black skinny-leg jeans, which he teamed with a navy polo top and brown boots.
Apollo at one point, could be seen walking around and holding a coffee and a Woolworths reusable bag, presumably on a break.
Inside the store, Apollo could be seen folding T-shirts and chatting to a woman, who appeared to be either a colleague or customer.
Working hard! Inside the store, Apollo could be seen folding T-shirts and chatting to a woman, who appeared to be either a colleague or customer
Earning some cash in between! He will soon be back on TV screens when he makes his debut on Australia’s Got Talent later this year
It seems things are looking up for Apollo, who revealed in May on Instagram that he was jobless and unemployed for almost a year, after struggling to find work.
Apollo – who first rose to fame when he competed for Sophie Monk’s heart on The Bachelorette in 2017 – will appear on Australia’s Got Talent later this year.
In a preview for the show, the buff star will set himself on fire as part of a magic trick.
‘I’m going to be suspended from the ceiling, the pulley system is set to drop me face first towards a bed of razor sharp flaming spikes,’ Apollo said, leaving the judges including Nicole Scherzinger shocked.
Scary stuff: In a preview for the show, the buff star will set himself on fire as part of a magic trick
He added: ‘The only way to stop the drop system is a switch located in a locked and chained box outside of reach. And to take this escape to the next level, I’m going to be doused in gasoline.’
Apollo admitted in the preview that he was ‘nervous’ as ‘things could go seriously wrong.’
He finished: ‘I’m willing to risk my life on stage for this.’
Dangerous: Apollo admitted in the preview that he was ‘nervous’ as ‘things could go seriously wrong’