By J. Peterson for Daily Mail Australia
Openly gay singer Jack Vidgen recently shocked fans by revealing that he may have had sex with a woman on a drunken night out.
And on Friday night, he upset people even more by going to dinner in Sydney with hairstylist Dylan Beehan-Quirk.
Jack, 25, and Dylan, 22, made headlines in February when they staged a ‘fake proposal’ atop Sydney Harbor Bridge.
The ring meant nothing! Jack Vidgen stepped out in Sydney with a ring on his wedding finger on Friday
However, they later insisted they were joking and that Jack had only taken one knee to get a fun photo for Instagram.
The singer wore a ring on his ring finger, which he didn’t hesitate to show off as he made his way to The Star with Dylan behind him.
He was dressed in a cream ensemble consisting of relaxed trousers, a matching coat and a gray t-shirt.
Dylan opted for an all-black look, which included a loose shirt with a plunging neckline.
Friends: The Voice singer was joined by his friend, hairstylist Dylan Beehan-Quirk
The Australia’s Got Talent winner said on Yes, B*tch, The Podcast last week that he recently woke up in bed with a woman after a crazy night out.
“I think I’m straight now,” he confessed, explaining that he and the woman were partially undressed when he woke up.
Jack said he was “in town”, where he befriended two girls, before inviting them both to his house.
Style: He was dressed in a cream ensemble consisting of casual trousers, a matching coat and a gray t-shirt
“One of them went home, then long story short, I woke up with one of them the next day. In bed. I don’t think anything happened. I’m not sure , he said.
“I put her to sleep on the couch, woke up she was in my bed. I had underwear. She was wearing underwear… I was very dusty in the morning.
Jack said he was “waiting for more flashbacks to occur” so he could make sense of what really happened.
Eurovision, he wanted to “pass” the date, but urged the girl, whose name he did not remember, to “call me!”
Amusing: Jack, 25, and Dylan, 22, made headlines in February when they staged a ‘fake proposal’ atop the Sydney Harbor Bridge