I'm A Celebrity winner Carl 'Foggy' Fogarty steps out with wife Michaela at BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards

In recent weeks, fans had become accustomed to seeing him wear little more than a pair of shorts during his victorious run on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!.

But Carl 'Foggy' Fogarty, 49, proved he can also look as stylish as the best of them at the BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2014.

The World Superbike champion walked the red carpet at Glasgow's SSE Hyrdo in a three-piece blue suit on Sunday night.

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Scrubbing up well: Carl 'Foggy' Fogarty and his wife Michaela attended the BBC Sports Personality of the Year at Glasgow's SSE Hyrdo on Sunday night

Carl 'Foggy' Fogarty and his wife Michaela attend the BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards in Glasgow

On Friday, he enjoyed an extra special welcome at his local pub The Spread Eagle in Blackburn, Lancashire, along with his family and friends.

Standing next to a 'Welcome home' sign and lots of balloons, the reality star clinked glasses with his family and friends as they toasted his recent success.

The champ beat off the likes of Melanie Sykes, Jake Quickenden, Edwina Currie and Kendra Wilkinson to be crowned the King of the Jungle.

Offers have been pouring in for the former sportsman since his successful stint in the Australian jungle.

The sportsman is reportedly being eyed to star in a new action movie based on motorbikes.

The news comes days after it was revealed that he and his jungle buddy, former footballer Jimmy Bullard, are in talks to star in their own sports chat show.

A representative for Carl told MailOnline: 'It’s still early days and I’m sure a lot will happen over the next days and weeks. There are no formal discussions but it is something that is being considered as a potential avenue.'

Stepping out in style: The World Superbike champ looked dapper in a blue three-piece suit

The World Superbike champion stepped out in style in a blue three-piece suit

The people's champ: The sportsman has enjoyed a surge in popularity since his victorious stint on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!

The sportsman has enjoyed a surge in popularity since his victory on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!

The Lancashire-born sportsman described the I'm A Celebrity win as 'the best thing that's ever happened to me'.

Speaking about his time in the jungle, he told hosts Ant and Dec that having friendly campmates made all the difference.

'Nobody thought they were up themselves and everybody was lovely. Ten really nice people - and I'm not a people person. Everyone was easy-going.'

Speaking specifically of his 'bromance' with Jimmy, he said: 'I got very emotional when he left. He was my best mate in there and I was gutted when he left.

'I thought he was a dead cert to stay in, so I fell apart like a cheap watch with the shock. That was a tough morning.'

All hail the king: Carl celebrated his win at his local pub The Spread Eagle in Blackburn on Friday

All hail the king: Carl celebrated his win at his local pub The Spread Eagle in Blackburn on Friday

Hero's welcome: After leaving Australia, Carl and his wife Michaela were seen touching down at Manchester Airport with their daughters Danielle, left, and Claudia, right, on Wednesday

After leaving Australia, Carl and his wife Michaela were seen touching down at Manchester Airport with their daughters Danielle, left, and Claudia, right, on Wednesday

Jungle buddies: Following their stint on I'm A Celebrity... Get me Out Of Here!, Carl 'Foggy' Fogarty, left, and Jimmy Bullard, right, are in talks to team up for their own sports chat show
Jungle buddies: Following their stint on I'm A Celebrity... Get me Out Of Here!, Carl 'Foggy' Fogarty, left, and Jimmy Bullard, right, are in talks to team up for their own sports chat show

Carl and Jimmy Bullard, right, are in talks to team up for their own sports chat show