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SAS Australia: Jett Kenny shows his clean-shaven look and chiselled jaw line

He debuted his scruffy yet impressive beard on season two of SAS Australia.

And on Thursday, Jett Kenny was back to his old self, revealing his signature clean-shaven look in a series of sponsored Instagram posts.

Before shaving off his facial hair, the 27-year-old showed his moustache and stubble on his chin as he held up his trimmer.

Transformation: He has since traded that look in for a clean-shaven look (right), which he shared in a series of Instagram posts on Thursday

He’s back! Hunky Jett Kenny has revealed his clean-shaven look and chiselled jawline (right) after shaving his scruffy SAS Australia beard (left)

He then carefully trimmed the sides of his face to reveal his chiselled jawline.

Jett, who is the son of Olympian Lisa Curry and ironman Grant Kenny, then posted another clip of himself running his fingers over his freshly trimmed face.

Jett’s transformation won plenty of praise from fans, including his Dancing With The Stars pal Courtney Act, aka Shane Jenek.

Grooming: Before shaving off his facial hair, the 27-year-old showed his moustache and stubble on his chin as he held up his trimmer

Grooming: Before shaving off his facial hair, the 27-year-old showed his moustache and stubble on his chin as he held up his trimmer

Looking fresh: Jett, who is the son of Olympian Lisa Curry and ironman Grant Kenny, then posted another clip of himself running his fingers over his freshly trimmed face

Looking fresh: Jett, who is the son of Olympian Lisa Curry and ironman Grant Kenny, then posted another clip of himself running his fingers over his freshly trimmed face

Praise! Jett's transformation won plenty of praise from fans, including his Dancing With The Stars pal Courtney Act, aka Shane Jenek

Praise! Jett’s transformation won plenty of praise from fans, including his Dancing With The Stars pal Courtney Act, aka Shane Jenek

Courtney commented ‘Ur so hot’ and added ‘and also really lovely and sweet.’

Jett’s champion swimmer mother Lisa was surprised by her son’s transformation and wrote: ‘Oh there you are!!’

Jett is among the eight recruits left on Channel Seven’s SAS Australia, including Jana Pittman, Mark Philippoussis and Sam Burgess.

Put to the test: Jett is among the eight recruits left on Channel Seven's SAS Australia, including Jana Pittman, Mark Philippoussis and Sam Burgess

Put to the test: Jett is among the eight recruits left on Channel Seven’s SAS Australia, including Jana Pittman, Mark Philippoussis and Sam Burgess

This week, he broke down in tears when he discussed the death of his sister Jaimi. 

Jett told his fellow recruits he ‘regretted’ not being there for Jaimi ‘more’ amid her struggles, before she tragically died at age 33 last September.

Addressing his fellow recruits as part of a challenge, he said: ‘The biggest thing in my life is never feeling good enough. I set my standards very high, but if I don’t get them then I put it all back on myself and I let that effect me heaps.

Tears: He broke down in tears when he discussed the death of his sister Jaimi during a recent episode, telling the recruits he 'regretted' not being there for Jaimi 'more' amid her struggles, before she tragically died at age 33 last September

Tears: He broke down in tears when he discussed the death of his sister Jaimi during a recent episode, telling the recruits he ‘regretted’ not being there for Jaimi ‘more’ amid her struggles, before she tragically died at age 33 last September

‘I guess a way I kind of became like that was with my sister. She battled with mental health for 15 years, but for me it was kind of just like, “why are you doing this to yourself?” I never fully understood it.’

Jett, began to tear up as he recalled a moment that he told his sister a ‘harsh reality’ when she asked him a question before her death.

‘I guess… there was one thing I said at her funeral. I’m not going to say it, as it was very personal. But I remember saying it to her the night that she asked me this question…’ he said.

Loss: He said of his sister, 'She battled with mental health for 15 years, but for me it was kind of just like, "why are you doing this to yourself?" I never fully understood it'

Loss: He said of his sister, ‘She battled with mental health for 15 years, but for me it was kind of just like, “why are you doing this to yourself?” I never fully understood it’ 

Without revealing the question, he added: ‘I gave her the honest truth. I was hoping that was the harsh reality that she needed, hearing it from her younger brother.

‘But she’s gone now. I kind of regret not being there for her more.’

Jaimi had battled alcoholism and an eating disorder before she passed away at a Sunshine Coast hospital surrounded by her family – including Jett.

For free and confidential support, contact Lifeline on 13 11 14 or the Butterfly Foundation for eating disorder concerns on 1800 ED HOPE 

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Emotional: The Ironman admitted of his relationship with Jaimi: ‘I kind of regret not being there for her more’

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