MAFS hunk Billy Vincent coming to Sportsman Hotel for Balls OUT Bingo

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Photos: Channel Nine / John Bortolin

Married At First Sight hunk Billy Vincent will come to the Sportsman Hotel next week to be ball boy at the venue’s next Balls Out Bingo night.

Balls OUT Bingo is held every Friday night at Sporties as a major fundraiser for the Queensland AIDS Council and hosted by Queensland drag performer Candy Surprise.

And next Friday (April 26), the reality TV star and nude calendar model will come to Brisbane to bare all to help raise money for QuAC and men’s mental health.

Organisers said to book a spot at the one-off Balls OUT Bingo special event you must purchase a $20 bingo book, and no $10 bingo books will be available for that night’s game.

Anyone entering the room for the game must have the bingo book and a coloured wristband and there will be no free seats available on the night.

Dinner will be available from the Sporties kitchen with table service during the game.

Seats are strictly limited so if you would like to be part of this special night, call the Sportsman Hotel on (07) 3831 2892 to secure your spot.

Bookings will close once the room is full. Stay up to date with Balls OUT Bingo by following the Facebook page here.

Billy entered the reality wedding show as an intruder in late February, meeting and marrying his bride Susie at the altar.

Last October, the 29-year-old personal trainer appeared in the 2019 edition of Northern Rivers photographer John Bortolin’s sexy annual “Manscapes” calendar.

Bortolin unveiled the latest calendar last October, with part of the proceeds from the new edition going towards the Queensland AIDS Council for men’s mental health causes.

Billy said in February he made the decision to bare all for the calendar – as Mr March – to highlight male mental health issues.

“I found out about [John Bortolin] on Facebook,” he said.

“[It was] just after Rhys McNaughton, a local model and football player, passed away.

“I saw this handsome young man who had everything going for him and was affected by a mental illness that nobody knew about, and I heard he did a bit of modelling for John.

“And men are seen as weak if we speak out. I thought that I could bring the issue into the spotlight, so I did it.”

He said he loved the experience of shooting the calendar, and was “stoked” with the photos.

For the last four years, photographer John Bortolin has also fundraised for QuAC with his annual “The Boys of Balls Out Bingo” calendar, which can be purchased online here.

To order your copy of John Bortolin’s Manscapes calendars and books, visit the website here.

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