There is a new Mr. Clean on the town, of us.
Meet Atlanta native Mike Jackson. He is tall, he is buff and he is bought the signature white t-shirt and gold hoop earring. He is additionally the new face of Proctor & Gamble’s Mr. Clean merchandise, whereas the authentic Mr. Clean is “on trip.”
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Jackson, who works in sports activities advertising and marketing and occasions administration, lately received the nationwide Mr. Clean competitors (yep, that exists) for finest representing the model and what its brawny icon stands for. The prize? $20,000 and a complete 12 months’s provide of Mr. Clean Magic Erasers. Truthfully, I am undecided which is healthier.
Seems, Jackson is quite a bit like Mr. Clean, the cleansing guru. “I am really sort of a neat freak,” he advised Yahoo Magnificence. “I really use the product; I all the time have.”
There’s one key (and superior) distinction, although, with this Mr. Clean choice — Jackson is African-American. Rating one for Mr. Clean, for being devoted to diversifying their model!
“It is undoubtedly a dream come true to turn out to be the subsequent Mr. Clean,” Jackson stated in a information launch. “Whereas it is unattainable to interchange the iconic Mr. Clean, I am excited for this chance to assist folks sort out the most seemingly unattainable messes whereas he is away … and have some enjoyable!”
Jackson will certainly be residing it up — he is headed to Houston this weekend to advertise Mr. Clean’s Tremendous Bowl advert … at the precise Tremendous Bowl. The advert options an animated Mr. Clean doing a, um, particular dance for a lady cleansing her kitchen, Magic Eraser (extra like “Magic Mike”) in hand. Sadly, Jackson is not in the advert (which we’re sort of bummed about) however maintain a watch out for him in your TV display screen come Sunday.
Being Mr. Clean has its glamorous perks, too. Jackson simply wrapped a 2017 calendar shoot, which options him in numerous seasonal conditions — typically cleansing, typically simply lookin’ fairly.
We’re a fan of July, for apparent causes:
And November. That cable-knit sweater is on level:
“I simply felt I embodied who Mr. Clean is,” Jackson stated, on his determination to use to the contest.
The staff at Good Housekeeping really met Jackson when he and a bunch of different dreamy Mr. Cleans got here to offer our places of work a once-over. (There was quite a bit of blushing). And you recognize what? We 100% agree.