Harry Jowsey Launches OnlyFans Account with 'THTH' Instagram

Sunday March 7, 2021
Originally published on February 16, 2021

OnlyFans got one hunk bigger with the news that Aussie reality star Harry Jowsey has joined the popular content sharing site. Last summer EDGE reported that the 24-year old was the break-out star of the first season of the Netflix reality show "Too Hot to Handle," where he was one of the winners of the $100,000 prize.

"Besides his boy-next-door looks, Jowsey became an overnight sensation when he dubbed the term 'Boyfriend Dick' when explaining his own peen. 'It's not too big, it's not too small. Just perfect. Looks pretty,'" wrote Cosmopolitan.

Now with his OnlyFans account, Jowsey may give fans a glimpse of said 'Boyfriend Dick.' "According to public video shared to his channel, it'll be the 'only place you'll truly see down under,'" reports the Daily Mail.


To tease his OnlyFans debut, Jowsey posted a hot Instagram on Valentine's Day. "Happy Valentine's Day. If you want to spend today with me, hit the link in my bio,' he playfully wrote alongside an angel emoji."

The shot shows the buff Jowsey standing in his LA apartment holding a phone with sneakers in the background. He has moved to LA where he's successfully building his brand. In a recent interview with the website TheThings, he said he was interested in doing another dating show. "Reality dating for sure. I wouldn't mind being put in a position where I can find someone that doesn't know I'm coming, doesn't know I'm going to be there."


But he added that a role in a movie is more what he would like to do, saying one of his "big goals would be to star in a Will Ferrell movie."

He also said that with or without "Too Hot to Handle," he would likely have explored his entrepreneurial side. "I've always been entrepreneurial. I still would have been on the same path," the up-and-coming influencer said, "Pushing my online businesses or trying to get my products in stores."

Adding that he's planning on dipping his toes into holistic products, specifically a skincare and wellness brand. He told TheThings, ""We're working on this brand which should be launching in March," he told us, "Fingers crossed, or April. It's like wellness with intent, again...If you go for a bath, we're starting that ritual where this is your ten minutes to meditate. This is your ten minutes to say words of affirmation."

He added: "There's so many products that make you look good but nothing makes you feel good in here," he circled his chest, gesturing towards the heart, something people have lost a connection to amidst worldly stresses, "No one's teaching you how to tap into your spiritual side."