On the latest instalment of The Masked Singer, one contestant suffered an awkward blunder.
The Fox, who revealed they've starred in modelling campaigns, took to the stage and belted out On My Own from stage show Les Misérables.
During the heartfelt rendition, the celebrity behind the Fox mask hit all the high-notes, impressing the judges with their singing prowess.
However, at the end of the song, the Fox, no doubt finding it hard to see through the mask, picked up a picture of presenter Joel Dommett.
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Belting out the lines "I love him, but only on my own," the masked star clutched onto the snap of the hunk, but it was upside down.
Once the song has finished, the Fox finally realised the blunder and quickly turned the image the right way around.
Judge Donny Osmond screamed: "No, it's upside down!"
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Moving on from the image blunder, the judges then went onto guess who they thought was behind the mask.
Davina McCall was adamant Denise Van Outen was behind the mask, due to her past stints on both Broadway and in the West End – and fans agreed.
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"The Fox has to be Denise Van Outen, I’m calling it," one remarked.
Another explained: "Ok, so the fox is 100% Denise Van Outen!"
"Also Fox is absolutely Denise Van Outen. She’s collected tea pots since she was young, she played Eponine in Les Mis in 1986, last on the dance floor is about her getting to the strictly final. Call me Sherlock I’ve cracked all of these," a third quipped.
The Masked Singer airs on Saturday at 7pm on ITV.
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