New Diet Coke Hunk Makes Debut

It's been nearly 20 years since the hunky construction worker took his Diet Coke break. Now, a new Diet Coke hunk is making his debut in a new ad campaign. INSIDE EDITION has the details.

He's the new Diet Coke hunk making women swoon.

In the commercial, a hunky gardener is hard at work when some admiring ladies roll a can of Diet Coke down the hill to him.

The fizzy drink spills all over him, making him strip off his shirt, much to the delight of the adoring  women.

If this commercial brings back memories, it should. Remember Lucky Vanous? He set heart's racing back in 1994 as a sexy contruction worker.

It was the most successful Diet Coke ad campaign ever and it starred  6'4" Vanous as the hunky construction worker who kept a group of women glued to their office window every day at 11:30 a.m. when he paused for a can of Diet Coke.

So where is Lucky Vanous today? He's 51 now and he's still very handsome. He owns a burger joint called Lucky Devils in Hollywood.

"I'm not going to take off my shirt for god sakes," said Vanous.

So, who's  the new Lucky? His name is Andrew Cooper. He's 32. He's from Britain. And he has blue eyes.

So, from one lucky guy to the original Lucky, here's to you.