Dr Chris Brown sends fans wild with shirtless snaps: 'Thirst traps'

'The doctor is getting raunchy.'

Fan favourite TV presenter Dr Chris Brown has surprised his social media followers with a series of shirtless snaps on holiday.

The former I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! host, who is often described as one of the most handsome men on Australian TV, took to Instagram on Monday to post a gallery of photos in Helsinki, Finland.

Dr Chris Brown standing shirtless by the ocean.
Dr Chris Brown is currently enjoying some downtime in Finland. Photo: Instagram/drchrisbrown

“Nothing like a relaxing reintroduction to Finnish life,” he captioned the post.

The first snap shows Chris posing shirtless while holding a pair of goggles after swimming in the Finnish water.

The gallery also includes a photo of Chris playing padel tennis with friends and a video of himself and a friend standing on diving boards as they prepare to jump into the ocean.

In the final image, Chris is smiling as he holds a beverage and stands shirtless next to a fireplace.


Chris’ apparent lack of clothing certainly didn’t go unnoticed by his followers, with one person commenting: “Did you forget to pack enough shirts?”

“Hang on, you’ve accidentally left your shirt on in one of the pics,” another wrote, to which Chris jokingly replied, “That’s an honest mistake. Please forgive me”.

“Look at you Dr! Serving thirst traps on a Monday,” someone else shared, while a different user said, “The doctor is getting raunchy. I love it”.

“I completely approve of these shirtless photos to show the Finnish life!” another fan remarked.

Dr Chris Brown standing shirtless by the ocean / Chris enjoying a beverage by the fire.
Chris’ followers described the snaps as ‘thirst traps’. Photo: Instagram/drchrisbrown

Chris' upcoming TV projects

Chris’ post comes shortly after it was announced that he will host a brand new show for Channel Seven titled Dream Home, which is based on the successful New Zealand series of the same name that aired from 1999 to 2013.

The reality programme challenges couples to transform a dilapidated house into their dream home to win a cash prize, and will be produced by the team behind Married At First Sight, MasterChef and Big Brother.


Chris will also host a yet-to-be-titled adventure series where he travels around the globe “in the pursuit of the ultimate animal encounter”.

“To be able to bring my world of animals to life in an original, adventurous and breathtaking way truly excites me,” he said in a statement. “I can’t wait for the world’s wildlife and the search for Australia’s best dream home to land in our lounge rooms in 2024.”

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