A Place In The Sun’s hunky new presenter Lee Juggurnauth reveals new haircut and outfits ahead of filming

A PLACE In The Sun’s hunky new presenter Lee Juggurnauth has revealed his new haircut and summer outfits ahead of filming the new series.

The well-travelled presenter, 34, has joined the expert panel after carving out a successful career as a property developer.

The new host showed off his summer wardrobe and told fans that it takes a "lot of preparation" to shoot the Channel 4 property show.

Lee shared a mirror selfie of him posing in a nautical short-sleeve shirt, writing: "Just working on toping up this tan 🙋🏽‍♂️🙋🏾‍♂️."

The former music industry runner then wowed fans when he posted a pic of him in a colourful unbuttoned shirt.

He also debuted his noticeably shorter barnet and admitted that he takes plenty of pride in his appearance.

He told the Express: "I'm not going to lie, I obviously take care in how I look and it was trying to get my outfit right and trying to make sure my hair was cut and all that stuff.

"There was a lot of prep, so when I flew out to do it I realised there was this huge build up."

Lee's recent posts sent his fans into meltdown, with several left gushing over the easy-on-the-eye host.

One happy fan wrote: "🔥Wow! That’s another nice Picture of you🔥."

Another joked: "This is a family show. A few more buttons please!!"

A third simply posted: "Swarve!👏"

Lee, who has become the eighth host to join the team, admitted that it's a "uphill struggle" when you're a person of colour to land a role on TV.

Lee's parents are originally from Mauritius, where he spent a large part of his childhood, having grown up in Windsor.

The property expert told Daily Star: "For me, it's an uphill struggle when you're a person of colour in any kind of environment at the moment and especially on TV.

"I think we all know that there needs to be more diverse people and representation [on TV]."

He also praised Channel 4 for it celebrating diversity on the small screen.

He continued: "I was really proud to be a part of that Channel 4 family because Channel 4 is one of those channels that really celebrates diversity and people that are different."

The TV star is enthusiastic that he can be a positive role model for the younger members in his family.

Lee explained that he was conscious of the struggle that he faced growing up not being represented.

He said that he would be happy if he could make the industry more inclusive, saying it would be "job done".

The presenter is no stranger to the entertainment world, having previously worked in music as an artist manager for some of the biggest names in the industry.

The presenter is no stranger to the entertainment world, having previously worked in music as an artist manager for some of the biggest names in the industry.

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