Harry Jowsey has set the record straight after making the shocking admission on The Amazing Race last week that he throws away his underwear after wearing it once.
The reality star, 26, shared Yahoo Thursday that he was just joking when he made the comments and that he didn’t expect people to take him seriously.
‘I was just an idiot, so stupid. “I wear my underwear once and I wash them, I don’t throw them away,” he began.
“For example, they’re Tom Ford underwear, they cost $70 a pair, I never throw them away. I’m wearing them now.’
Harry stunned viewers on The Amazing Race last week when he told the cameras that he hates washing clothes so much that he opts to buy new underwear instead.
Harry Jowsey (pictured) has set the record straight after making a shocking confession about his underwear
The reality star, 26, told Yahoo on Thursday that he was just joking when he made the surprising comments
‘I wear my underwear once and then throw it away. I’d rather put things away than do my own laundry,’ said a defiant Harry.
Channel Ten’s latest series The Amazing Race will once again be presented by Beau Ryan and will feature a star-studded cast of 11 teams, made up of a celebrity and someone close to them.
Harry teams up with his best friend Teddy Briggs and races the other teams across India, Malaysia, Cambodia and Borneo in the hope of winning $100,000 to be donated to their chosen charity.
The pair compete for the nonprofit organization Beyond Blue.
Former Silverchair drummer Ben Gillies, who is also in the running this season, is joined by his wife, former Real Housewives of Melbourne star Jackie Gillies.
‘I was just an idiot, I was so stupid. “I wear my underwear once and I wash them, I don’t throw them away,” Harry said
The pair, parents of two boys, will win on behalf of the Moira Kelly Creating Hope Foundation, a charity for needy and sick children.
Meanwhile, Bec Judd and her sister Kate Twigley have joined the real-life adventure series.
The glamorous wife of former AFL star Chris Judd and her sibling will race on behalf of a foundation set up by their dear friend Nicole Cooper, who lost her battle with bowel cancer earlier this year.
Harry teams up with his best friend Teddy Briggs (right) and races the other teams through India, Malaysia, Cambodia and Borneo, hoping to win $100,000 to donate to their chosen charity