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Praise The Survivor Gods, John Is Still A Castaway Casanova

The Mokuta tribemate has been making some big moves... for our hearts.

Much like his time on Season 4, Champions v Contenders, John Eastoe has proven that he's a strong physical player, solid social player and unintentional thirst trap for those watching at home.

Doing what he does best, on Tuesday night John convinced Lee Carseldine that the best way to bring the morale of Mokuta up on a cold, rainy day was to do a nudie dash to the beach.

Praise The Survivor Gods, John Is Still A Castaway Casanova
Cracks began to form in the tribe, and also appeared out on the beach. Photo: Network 10.

This isn't the first bum-related morale boost John has whipped up. Back on Season 4, he had the same idea saying, "When you're rolling around in the sand and the mud all the time, you gotta keep clean. Best way to do that is to just strip off."

Now an All Star, John was still up to his old tricks, whipping out his butt to crack a smile on his tribemates' faces.

Praise The Survivor Gods, John Is Still A Castaway Casanova
Started from the bottom, now we're rear. Photo: Network 10.

John's cheeky antics are so contagious that he was even able to rope Lee into the mix, with the ex-cricketer dubbing the miner the "bogan son I've never had".

"It's pretty cold so, you know, I was a bit nervous," Lee said, adding, "He gets me to do things I otherwise would never, ever do in the real world."

And thank God for that.

Butt his nudie runs aren't his only asset that has fans fawning. His signature mullet has recently been braided into a viking-esque style that has won over a lot of folks.

Ultimately, the consensus is:

'Australian Survivor: All Stars' airs Monday-Wednesday at 7.30 pm. Only on 10 and WIN Network.