He has been dancing his way into the hearts of the nation as he competes to win $50,000 for his chosen charity with his dance partner Lily Cornish, however he accepts that he's not everyone's cup of tea.
"I’m a 6”3 flamboyant gay man with long blonde hair, I’m very aware that not everyone’s going to like me. I’ve made peace with that fact,” he said.
“I just hope that people are along for the ride. I’m a big believer in putting positive energy into the world and so that’s what I try and do and if that’s not what people want to do then that’s on them.”
It's a far cry from his confession when he was first announced as a contestant on the show.
He recently wrote: "You may be asking yourself, "Who is this kid? And how'd he get on @dancingon10?!" Well, I say as soon as you find out please let me know."
And the bizarre TV pairing generated chatter for the show, with producers hoping they'll be able to form a sassy commentary duo.
"Me and @theprincewilkins Christian Wilkins! Studio 10 yay! NOW," wrote Tziporah to her social media followers, sharing no less than three cosy selfies with the next generation spotlight chaser she loves to call ‘the prince.’
The strange partnership is especially fascinating to veteran Sydney celebrity watchers, since Tziporah, in her former life as 90s starlet Kate Fisher, was widely rumoured to have been a party pal of Christian’s father, Channel 9 star Richard Wilkins.
"They were seen together back in their heyday," confirmed a Bondi A-list source, before adding of Tziporah now working with Dickie's son: "The mind boggles."
Christian and Tziporah share more than an interest in the Oscars – both have an attitude towards fame that is less than reverent or conventional.