Six years after rising to fame in television reality show, The Bachelorette, Kayne Buik is still a crowd favourite.
The tradie's TikTok post went viral last week, attracting 143,400 views and counting.
Kayne's posts have captivated audiences regularly - including a video on towel folding that got nearly 94,000 views a fortnight ago.
But he's outdone himself with his message "for all the women and girls of the world".
"You are f!&#ing amazing," he says in the video. "You may have some insecurities you don't like but I'm telling you now, there's someone out there that's think about ya ... walking past you on the street and thinking ... she is amazing. You're always focusing on the bad things, there are people looking at the good."
Kayne, from Halls Head in Western Australia, says he loves to spread a feel good message and promote body confidence.
"It makes me sad when someone is so focused on one thing, they're missing out on so many good things."
It's a lesson he had to learn early, he said, having being born with one testicle.
"I used to have lots of shame around it and was nervous to be with girls thinking they would judge but one day I decided to ignore those insecurities and a lot of women started coming into my life," the 31-year-old said.
Kayne started his own electrical business, Zarlec, 11 months ago and has dreams to grow it big - he's also got his eye on politics and would love to make money as a social media influencer.
But he says parenting his three-year-old daughter, Zara, is what has given him his spark back after a couple of years break from TikTok.
"I had lost my flare, lost my spark, it's only been in the last few weeks that I've taken it back up," he says.
"I had a low period but Zara reminds me of what's important."
Over the years, he has made some waves sharing prank videos on Facebook and Instagram but says Tiktok is "where it's at" for his audience.
"I like doing a lot of comedy stuff too - either to make people laugh or feel good," he says.
He's got plenty of ideas to keep the momentum going in his life - both online and offline. One is a community water bomb fight he is organising for when the weather warms up in Western Australia. He's also throwing around ideas for a live event in which women can ask a panel of men all the questions they are too afraid to ask the special men in their lives.
Kayne is thinking of a video "10 ways to not hold your toddler" but he's still unsure how he feels about putting up video footage of Zara.
But keep your eyes out for a post on a weekend. It'll be based around how men look at women - and it will be funny, he promises.
"I've got things in my head that I'm ready to get into action," he said.
Find Kayne on TikTok @kaynebuik.