Jack Vidgen wins $10,000 for his charity after dominating Australia’s Ninja Warrior challenge

Jack Vidgen was crowned the winner of the Australian ninja warrior celebrity challenge on Monday.

The 25-year-old singer won $10,000 from his chosen charity, the Trish MS Research Foundation, after dominating a celebrity challenge on the show.

Jack competed against swimmer Emily Seebohm and footballer Archie Thompson.

Jack Vidgen won $10,000 for his charity after dominating the celebrity challenge on Australian Ninja Warrior

Jack Vidgen won $10,000 for his charity after dominating the celebrity challenge on Australian Ninja Warrior

Jack Vidgen won $10,000 for his charity after dominating the celebrity challenge on Australian Ninja Warrior

‘OH MY GOD I WON WTF?!’ wrote a shocked Jack on Instagram.

“So thrilled to have won 10,000 for my charity @trishmsresearchfoundation! I’m a ninja hehe,” he continued.

Jack won after successfully running to the Warped Wall and hitting the buzzer.

Jack won after successfully running to the Warped Wall and hitting the buzzer

Jack won after successfully running to the Warped Wall and hitting the buzzer

Jack won after successfully running to the Warped Wall and hitting the buzzer

After his win, the singer told commentators Will McMahon and Woody Whitelaw of the Will and Woody Drive Show on KIIS FM what the money meant.

“I don’t want to get emotional,” he said.

“It just means a lot. My dad has MS so raising awareness just means the world. I can not believe it!’

The new season of Australia’s Ninja Warrior premiered Monday 27th June on Channel Nine and 9Now.

After his win, the singer told commentators Will McMahon and Woody Whitelaw of the Will and Woody Drive Show on KIIS FM what the money meant

After his win, the singer told commentators Will McMahon and Woody Whitelaw of the Will and Woody Drive Show on KIIS FM what the money meant

After his win, the singer told commentators Will McMahon and Woody Whitelaw of the Will and Woody Drive Show on KIIS FM what the money meant

Celebrities took part in the new obstacle course fighting for charity. And for the first time, teenagers also compete against adult ninjas.

Nine has announced that athletes aged 16 and 17 will be part of the show’s revamped format, Attack of the Teens, reports TV Blackbox.

The teenage ninjas will face off against fan favorites Zak Stolz, Fred Dorrington, Ashlin Herbert, Ben Polson and Olivia Vivian, among others, as they compete on the show’s famous oversized obstacle course.

The new season of Australia's Ninja Warrior premiered Monday 27th June on Channel Nine and 9Now

The new season of Australia's Ninja Warrior premiered Monday 27th June on Channel Nine and 9Now

The new season of Australia’s Ninja Warrior premiered Monday 27th June on Channel Nine and 9Now

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