James Argent has been seen looking more confident than ever after he was mobbed by fans after his 14 stone weight loss.

Taking to the stage on Sunday, the 34 year old delighted 1,000 women at the Angel Trust Ladies Day In County Durham as he gave a live performance.

Performing with his band, Arg Band, James filmed the crowd of women belting out songs and reaching out to him.

He was looking casual and confident in a pair of black jeans and a fashionable white shirt with black designs all over.

Smiling widely in his Instagram story, Arg was tapping a tambourine along with his band as they performed a variety of classic hits.

His female fans were very excited as he made his way around the stage, with security having to hold fans back at some points.

The former TOWIE star has been sharing his weight loss journey with fans since he started last year.

Last April Arg underwent a life-changing gastric sleeve operation and has lost 14 stone so far.

He made the drastic decision to undergo surgery after hitting 27 stone and struggling to control his weight during covid lockdowns.

Since the surgery he has been working hard to lose the weight, even being told by doctors that he needs to put half a stone back on.

James also made the decision to go sober, crediting his mum as the inspiration behind the huge change in his appearance and lifestyle.

He told The Mirror: "My mum said to me, ‘I don’t recognise my son any more’ – and that really got me. It played on my mind and it was a big turning point for me wanting to change.”

Arg is looking more confident than ever as he promoted his band for bookings at weddings and events this summer.

As he continues to make changes for his health, he opened up about his weight loss journey on Steph's Packed Lunch on C4.

"I was always extremely uncomfortable, I couldn’t look at myself in the mirror," he revealed. "It felt depressing and it just wasn’t me. Now I’m starting to feel like myself again and I’m excited about what the future is going to bring."

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