Former Strictly Come Dancing star Kelvin Fletcher has stunned the show's fans after posting snaps of his new, more chiselled physique.

The 37-year-old Emmerdale actor showcased his rippling abs as he visited a health club in Cheshire.

He has always been a hunk during his time on the soap, but he now appears to have bulked up even more, reports Birmingham Live.

He captioned his racy snap this week with: "And relax…"

He also shared a picture posing shirtless at the gym.

Emmerdale fans still remember Kelvin as Andy Sugden, the adopted son of Jack and Sarah Sugden, a role which he played in more than 2,100 episodes.

He joined the show in 1996 and quit in 2016 to focus on his other career – rally driving.

Kelvin was no stranger to getting his kit of on Emmerdale, famously flaunting his figure on several occasions.

In 2006, the Oldham-born actor featured in an ITV Soap Hunks calendar. He got naked for charity again in 2019 for The All New Monty: Who Bares Wins.

Kelvin also won the 2019 series of Strictly alongside professional dance partner Oti Mabuse.

He replaced Made In Chelsea's Jamie Laing for the competition after the reality TV star was forced out with injury.

Oti went on to win the Glitterball Trophy last year too as she won the series with comedian Bill Bailey.

This year Oti – who is the sister of Strictly judge Motsi Mabuse – was sadly knocked out early doors alongside her partner, former England rugby union star Ugo Monye.

This comes after Strictly host Tess Daly was forced to issue an apology following a technical mishap that prevented viewers watching Dan Walker's performance.

The blunder turned screens black as the BBC Breakfast presenter and his professional partner Nadiya Bychkova danced an upbeat Charleston to Good Morning from the musical Singin’ In The Rain.

One fan joked on social media: "The blank screen was the best part of Dan Walker’s Charleston…"

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