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Big Brother 2020 winner Chad Hurst is still working seven days a week despite $200K win

‘I can’t wait to have a day off’: Chad Hurst reveals he’s working seven days a week – despite winning Big Brother 2020 and taking home over $200K

He’s the tattooed hunk who was crowned the winner of Big Brother last year, taking home the $234,656 cash prize.

And Chad Hurst told The Daily Telegraph on Sunday that despite the impressive win, he’s still working seven days a week as a model and personal trainer.  

‘I’m doing everything, it’s killing me and I can’t wait to have a day off to be honest,’ the 28-year-old said.

‘I can’t wait to have a day off’: Chad Hurst (pictured), 28, revealed on Sunday that he’s working seven days a week – despite winning Big Brother 2020 and taking home over $200K

While he admitted to working himself to the ground, Chad also stressed that it’s worth the effort as he has such a love for the professions.

‘It’s not really work because I have such a passion for PT and modelling,’ he added.

Chad, who is signed to modelling agency IMG, previously expressed his gratitude for the opportunities that come from modelling in an interview with Daily Mail Australia.

‘Life in the fashion world for me has always been a great ride. The opportunities and adventures it has given me, I’ll always be grateful,’ he said earlier this month.   

Putting in the hard yards: 'I'm doing everything, it's killing me and I can't wait to have a day off to be honest,' the model and personal trainer told The Sunday Telegraph

Putting in the hard yards: ‘I’m doing everything, it’s killing me and I can’t wait to have a day off to be honest,’ the model and personal trainer told The Sunday Telegraph

Chad took home the $234,656 cash prize after winning Big Brother last year. 

Joined by his proud mother Helen on stage, Chad could not hide his shock as he exclaimed ‘F**k!’ on live television.

‘Apologies, apologies for the language but it’s a pretty intense moment,’ he said. 

Asked by host Sonia Kruger what was going through his mind, Chad responded: ‘You know, I went on [Big Brother], I honestly think it’s fate. The old boy (his late father), it’s his show.

Grateful: While he admitted to working himself to the ground, Chad also stressed that it's worth the effort as he has such a love for the professions. 'It's not really work because I have such a passion for PT and modelling,' he added

Grateful: While he admitted to working himself to the ground, Chad also stressed that it’s worth the effort as he has such a love for the professions. ‘It’s not really work because I have such a passion for PT and modelling,’ he added 

‘I had my Ma next to me, that’s all that mattered. So thank you, everyone.’

Chad previously told Daily Mail Australia that he applied for Big Brother to honour his late father. 

‘I was on the show for dad, and I know I’ve made him proud now, but it would be good to take home the money to pay ma’s bills. She bloody deserves it,’ he said. 

Chad revealed that he would pay his mother’s bills and shout a boys’ trip to The Whitsundays, given COVID-19 removed Las Vegas as an option. 

Ecstatic: Chad took home the $234,656 cash prize after winning Big Brother last year. On stage, Chad could not hide his shock as he exclaimed 'F**k!' on live television. 'Apologies, apologies for the language but it's a pretty intense moment,' he told host Sonia Kruger

Ecstatic: Chad took home the $234,656 cash prize after winning Big Brother last year. On stage, Chad could not hide his shock as he exclaimed ‘F**k!’ on live television. ‘Apologies, apologies for the language but it’s a pretty intense moment,’ he told host Sonia Kruger

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