A Mount Isa girl and a previous Australian Survivor contestant have taken out Australia's Best Butt competition at the Julia Creek Dirt n Dust Festival this year.
Saturday night the cheeky competition saw 30 contestants dressed in denim jeans shaking their ass-ets in front of a large crowd, with the winner determined by the loudest cheer from the audience.
Mount Isan Maddie Beavis and 2016 Australian Survivor runner-up Lee Carseldine were crowned as the female and male Best Butt, respectively.
"I am so emotional right now," Lee joked.
"I have been working towards this moment my whole life. Since I was little all I wanted to do was win a butt competition and now I am so happy all those squats and deadlifts have paid off."
After competing in the senior triathlon earlier in the day, Lee said this was more suited to his ability.
"I didn't come here to win the triathlon and that was clearly evident because I came last, but during that ride I just said I was saving myself for the Best Butt competition.
"I also had a wardrobe malfunction, which I think worked in my favour otherwise I don't think I would have made the best butt finals.
"The competition was strong, there were so many great butts from all over Queensland and I am going to start training tomorrow to go back to back next year."
Maddie said she was very surprised to have won the competition.
"I had no preparation and no thought of actually entering in the competition until they called for competitors during the night," she said.
"All my friends took the weekend off to come out to the Julia creek Dirt n Dust Festival to have a great time and then they convinced me to enter in the competition.
"I thought why not? Now I have Australia's Best Butt.
"The competition was good fun, the girls up there were are great competitors enjoying the moment."
While you are here, subscribe to our weekly email newsletter delivered to your inbox at 6am every Friday.