CURTIS Holland’s unforgettable appearance on Wife Swap 13 years ago has gone viral again – and fans are keen to see where he is now.
The 2009 episode struck a chord with fans after he was filmed reacting to his dad’s ‘new wife’ chucking junk food from the fridge.
In a snippet from the popular TV show, he told the camera he wants to be “fat and happy”.
Thirteen years later, Curtis is unrecognisable, appearing to be a keen hunter and fisherman.
In one recent snap, he appears with a beautiful young woman on his arm as the pair both smile at the camera.
According to his Instagram, he is working as a welder.
In the years since his TV moment, Curtis has became a viral sensation multiple times – and now the video of him famously battling with his fitness fanatic replacement mum, Joy, has resurfaced once again.
One person recently posted to Twitter: “If you’re bored, watch this.”
At one point, the kid, from Vanceboro, North Carolina, said: “Chicken nuggets is like my family.”
He told Joy: “I don’t wanna be skinny! I wanna be fat and happy.”
During one tantrum, the chicken nugget loving tyke wrote “I am not listening to your rules” on a Post-It note.
In another particularly memorable scene, he responded to Joy’s veg and fruits diet by saying: “I gotta tell you something. Bacon is good for me!”
Speaking to the New Statesman in 2017, Curtis said he still loves bacon – and he eats it every single day.
“Every morning my mum gets up and we all cook bacon together,” he said.
Shortly after Wife Swap, the boy’s love of bacon reportedly led to a deal where a local bacon company wanted to take him on as its mascot.
Discussing his internet fame, the teenager said: “We live in a small community, and a lot of people say that I’m the movie star.
“I mean I don’t have a Twitter but a lot of people say that I’m up there just about every week.”
In 2015, actor Lucy Hale from Pretty Little Liars even wanted to know where King Curtis ended up.
Curtis posted a response video to Lucy on YouTube and confirmed he had been approached to film a pilot reality series in 2012.
After it fell through, he appealed to networks to get it off the ground, but he didn’t succeed in his bid for fame.
Although he starred in an episode of Pawn Stars about an American family run pawn shop in 2016, Curtis said he’s now shelved plans to become a reality star.
But he added: “If I can go up to somebody and make their day and make them smile, I feel like I’ve done a great thing.”
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