Joe Hildebrand hilariously attempts to perform the Magic Mike dance routine on 2GB after leaving Studio 10 for the conservative radio station
He joined 2GB radio last year after exiting Channel 10's Studio 10 morning show.
And Joe Hildebrand certainly appears to be enjoying himself in his new role judging by a recent segment that's going viral.
In the clip, the 44-year-old hilariously attempts to do some of the male stripper moves from the Magic Mike live stage show.
The show's choreographer, Alison Faulk, helped the media personality out with the racy routine as Ginuwine's classic hit Pony played.
At one point, Joe joked that someone was going to file a complaint with the HR department.
Joe bid farewell to Studio 10 viewers in September after seven years as a panellist on the Channel 10 morning show.
Shortly after, the 44-year-old journalist shared the 'real reason' he quit the program in his column for NewsCorp.
He began by dispelling rumours he was 'forced out' by the network because he was 'too right-wing or too left-wing or too unpredictable'.
Joe then said the reality of his departure was far more mundane.
'The boring truth is the network just needed to cut costs and I quit rather than take on a lesser role,' he explained.
'But nobody would want to watch that, so tell the world I went out in a blaze of glory,' he jokingly added.
He's since started a new role at 2GB, where his career has been going from strength to strength with the network's conservative audience.