JAMES Argent showed off the results of his three-stone weight loss last night when he danced around a Spanish restaurant with girls in thongs.
The 31-year-old star – who ballooned to 24 stone earlier this year – looked trimmer than usual as he busted some moves between performances at Olivia’s La Cala in Marbella.
He grabbed a scantily-clad Brazilian dancer's hand and grooved his way around tables where diners were tucking into their food.
Arg later threw his hands up to dance with her and another girl, who were both wearing enormous headdresses and clapping along to the beat.
The white-themed party was organised by James' old pal Mark Wright's cousin Elliott, who owns the seafront restaurant.
Elliott, who married wife Sadie in 2017, also partied with Arg at the celebration to mark his wife's mum's birthday.
Arg has waged a long battle with his weight – gaining an astonishing ten stone in the past two years.
He began to slim down while training for reality show Sink or Swim For Stand Up To Cancer, where celebrities attempt to swim across the channel.
Sport scientist Dr Greg White examined him for the show, later explaining: "He's morbidly obese.
"Almost half of his bodyweight is composed of fat and a lot of that fat is around the organs. Very bad in terms of long-term outcome."
Arg later admitted: "I am a big guy so there is a lot of pressure on the heart.
"The fact my dad has heart problems, that was a big wake up call for me and I have to be careful."
The former Towie star has apparently blitzed more than three stone after signing up to Channel 4's new show Sink Or Swim, which put him through a gruelling training regime to get fit.
Speaking about his new-found fitness in an exclusive interview, Arg said: "It's been fantastic for me. It's been really good to get myself into a good routine and structure and to exercise every day."
He added: "I feel so happy at the moment. I feel good.
"I'm starting to lose weight, and the distance that I’m swimming is getting longer and longer. It's really been fantastic for me. It's just come at the right time.
"I think we've been filming for about a month and a half, if that, and we're doing the Channel swim after three months. So, I'm just really hoping to get my fitness and stamina up."
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