HE was the second Huddersfield heartthrob to wow the ladies on ITV’s Take Me Out.
And folk musician Jack Rutter, of Shepley, proved a huge hit on Saturday night’s show.
And along with Meltham’s Ben Bamforth there was a third Huddersfield representative – Gracie among the girl contestants.
In the ITV1 show, Host Paddy McGuinness tries to help 30 single girls find love. They all have three chances to turn their lights off to indicate they are not interested in the man – “no likey, no lighty”.
Any women left at the end of the three rounds are then selected by the hopeful man.
Should somebody not get any lights remaining, they leave the stage to the tune of Celine Dion’s All By Myself.
And after Jack descended the love lift, all 30 girls decided they ‘likey’ what they saw and left their lights on.
Student Jack said: “It was brilliant, I really enjoyed the experience.
“It was definitely something to tell the grandchildren.
“Although I said I didn’t know why I had chosen Liz at the end, I think I chose her because she seemed lovely, she was very pretty, her answers were good and overall she just appeared like a really nice person.
“My nana told me that she liked my choice too.”
Currently studying countryside management, Newcastle University student Jack came down the love lift to the Morecambe and Wise theme tune Bring Me Sunshine.
After a short video about his love of folk music and a chat with his grandmother who affectionately called him “Jackiekins”, he then performed a banjo duet with the show’s host Paddy McGuinness.
Eventually he chose 19-year-old Welsh student Elizabeth Penny to enjoy a romantic break in the ‘Isle of Fernando´s’.
He said: “My mum suggested I go down the love lift to that song.
“I got involved because one of my friends presents a programme on BBC Radio Four.