Frankie Bridge joked about putting her "whole career to shame" on Thursday's episode of ITV's I'm A Celebrity as she performed a The Saturdays song.
During the latest instalment, the contestants were left delighted as they all won a night at Castle Inn after successfully completing a "school exam" themed challenge.
At the venue, the campmates were left excited over the Christmas-themed decor and "proper pub grub", including peanuts, crisps, pizza and chips.
Later during the episode, the stars all enjoyed a spot of karaoke where Frankie belted out The Saturdays' 2012 hit What About Us to her fellow contestants.
Frankie was part of girlband The Saturdays with Una Healy, Vanessa White, Rochelle Humes and Mollie King from 2007 until the group's hiatus in 2014.
Speaking prior to the song, the star joked: "Karaoke is to be rubbish, otherwise what is the fun in it!" while during her performance, she forgot the lines as she quipped: "I don't know this!"
Speaking after the performance, the star admitted: "It’s one of the worst ones for me to have sung on karaoke."
Frankie then joked: "So I gave it a good go. I’ve probably put my whole career to shame. I’ll take it for one good night in camp."
Viewers were quick to take to Twitter as they celebrated the star singing one of her past songs, although some fans were left in hysterics that she forgot the lyrics to her own hit.
One person said: "Frankie singing a Saturdays song made my night, I love that song so much @FrankieBridge #ImACeleb."
A different account put: "Thank you Frankie for The Saturdays performance #ImACeleb."
Another follower commented: "#ImACeleb Frankie gets a Saturdays song. Doesn't know it," followed by laughing emojis.
While a different fan added: "I kind of love how Frankie didn’t know the lyrics to her own song #ImACeleb #ImACelebrity."
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