Olly Murs left little to the imagination as he celebrated becoming a winning coach on The Voice for the second consecutive year.

The cheeky Essex chap had previously stripped naked on set of The Voice to pose for a picture in his spinning chair but his latest post took it to a new level.

Olly, 36, mentored Blessing Chitapa to victory during Saturday night's socially distanced final in front of a virtual audience.

The former X-Factor contestant vowed to ditch his kit and perform the viral coin dance if he was to be victorious once again and he stuck to his word.

Olly left little to the imagination when he went commando

During the coin dance, it sees the dancer rock their body in time to a swinging coin, aptly positioned in front of his manhood.

Olly appeared to be ecstatic as he celebrated his win and flaunted his gym-honed physique.

Captioning his post, he penned: "Well I'm a man of my word so here's my voice coach 2020 winners dance in all its glory... With a much bigger coin than it looks #doublechamp."

The Voice coach is no stranger to getting his kit off for social media

Olly's post, which has been liked by almost 48,000 followers, was soon weighed down with fans and celebrities gushing over his racy performance.

Loose Women'sAndrea McClean joked: "Hmm... May we have a replay over Zoom tomorrow lunchtime?"

While Olly's girlfriend, Amelia Tank added: "FFS, I will deny any involvement in this."

One fan penned: "Thanks, the wife has left me now."

Olly vowed to strip should he win The Voice again

"Been waiting for this all-day," added a second.

"@ollymurs always keeping us entertained," said a third.

The Dear Darlin' hitmaker has previously addressed his nude outbursts, saying: "It's a winner's dance, I won! It's funny.

"I do it to entertain people, hopefully, they find it funny. I said I'd do it, so I have to go through with it."

However, despite being the reigning The Voice champ for two years, he admits that he's still confused by his winning streak.

"I show them how to win a show, but I didn't even win the show [The X Factor]," reports The Mirror.

Olly came second to Joe McElderry on season six of The X Factor in 2009.