HOLLYOAKS child star Ellis Hollins showed off his rippling abs after a jaw-dropping transformation.
The 20-year-old actor – who was known as "Little Tom" on the soap- shocked followers with a topless selfie which displayed his rock hard abs and huge arms.
Viewers have watched Ellis grow up on screen over the past 17 years – and might may have noticed a few changes in the last couple as the young actor totally transformed his body having shared his first gym post back in 2018.
The star recently been hitting the gym harder than ever sharing a series of workout videos and regularly updates his fans on his progress.
Alongside a photo of his muscular physique, Ellis wrote: "Watch this space."
The topless pic sent fans into a frenzy, with one writing: "Hard work most certainly pays off! Amazing transformation."
Another posted: "OMG when did Tom grow into this."
A third added: "Well you've been busy in lockdown. Amazing well done."
Another fan gushed: "You are so sexy. It's about time they stopped making you look like a geeky Tom on Hollyoaks."
Even his fellow cast mates flocked to the comment section to congratulate him on all his hard work.
Jessica Fox, who plays Nancy Hayton on the show, joked: "Shoves another doughnut into mouth* You and I have approached lockdown in very different ways…"
Malique Thompson wrote: "Looking sick bro".
Joel Dexter actor Rory Douglas Speed commented: "Holy Fu** man!!! You look amassing!! 😍😍"
Ellis first made his first appearance on Hollyoaks in 1999, before joining the cast in 2003 and he has been involved in gripping storylines from the get go.
Poor Tom has lived through the death of both his parents and adored older brother, Max, being abused as a kid and more recently, impregnating his teenage girlfriend, Peri Lomax (Ruby O'Donnel).
His world came tumbling down when Peri decided to give their baby up for adoption.
However, things have turned around for Tom after Yasmine Maalik popped the question in a big romantic declaration to make the 25th anniversary of Hollyoaks.
Ellis told The Daily Star: "I was unhappy where I was physically.
"I was always the unfit, asthmatic kid at school and I couldn't do sport to save my life.
"I got fed up with that and I got the chance to start going to the gym regularly, and I've been going for two years now.
"It's really starting to pay off and I feel a lot better about myself."
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