Bachelor star Matty ‘J’ Johnson reveals shock new job after reality TV fame: ‘It’s not been an easy journey’
Ex-Bachelor Matty ‘J’ Johnson has revealed his shock new job as ‘packer’ at discount supermarket Aldi.
On Tuesday, the reality star, 35, shared a clip of himself at the supermarket racing around the shelves, ensuring they were full for customers.
He later revealed his ‘packer’ role was all for the charity Camp Quality.
In the comedic clip, Matty hammed-it-up in an Aldi uniform as ‘Chief Packing Officer’, telling his followers it was a job he wanted his entire life.
‘Years of training. Perfecting my craft,’ he joked.
‘Yeah I’ve had my challenges I have had to overcome. But right now I am the fittest I have ever been,’ he added.
Matty went on to joke that his mother was a ‘packer’, as were several generations of his family.
‘My mum was a packer. my grandma was a packer. my great grandma was also a packer. This job requires speed and stamina,’ he said.
Ex-Bachelor Matty ‘J’ Johnson has revealed his shock new job as ‘packer’ at discount supermarket Aldi
On Tuesday, the reality star, 35, shared a clip of himself at the supermarket racing around the shelves, ensuring they were full for customers
Matty explained he would be packing bag at an Aldi store this Saturday in order to raise money for Camp Quality.
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The Ex-Bachelor star will be at the supermarket giant’s Brookvale store.
– Location: ALDI Brookvale, 3 Cross St Brookvale NSW 2100
– Date: Saturday, 16 September
– Time: 8:30am – 2pm
– Coffee to go? Grab a barista made, award-winning Lazzio coffee on the day for a $2 donation to Camp Quality
(Free for customers who get their groceries packed by the Pro Packing team!)
‘It’s not been an easy journey. But I feel like I’m finally ready so this Saturday I’ll be repping Aldi’s first chief packing role to raise money for camp quality,’ he said.
The star will appear at Brookvale Aldi to offer a bag-packing service for a $2 donation to Camp Quality, which is Aldi’s national charity partner.
The supermarket giant has said they will match customer donations this September.
For the whole of September, Aldi will match all customers donations made to Camp Quality at the register or online, up to the value of $100,000.
September 16 will also mark the day when Camp Quality special buys hits the middle aisle for customers.
The buys will include a reversible bucket hat for $7.99, Lyte children’s foldable sunglasses for $7.99, and a children’s PJ set for $9.99.
Other items include a double-wall drink bottle for $8.99, children’s tee two pack for $8.99 and birthday wrap for $3.99.
Camp Quality is an Australian not-for-profit which support children from infancy to 15, who are facing cancer.
He later revealed his ‘packer’ role was all for the charity Camp Quality
Aldi first partnered with Camp Quality in 2020 and has since raised $5.3 million for the charity, enabling more than 5,000 kids to attend its recreational programs.
Camp Quality’s Deborah Thomas said via a statement that the work done by Aldi was instrumental in raising much needed funds and awareness.
‘Camp Quality Month at Aldi is pivotal in driving awareness of the impact a cancer diagnosis has on Australian families,’ she said.
Matty explained he would be packing bag at an Aldi store this Saturday in order to raise money for the charity