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Jacqueline Jossa has once again showcased her singing skills and some of her fans even hailed her as better than Lady Gaga.
Others believe she should be landing a record deal on the back of her Twitter video after nailing her sensational version of I'll Never Love Again from the hit movie A Star Is Born.
Followers were left "speechless" – and told her they want to hear much more of her incredible voice.
Looking relaxed in the video, she closed her eyes and really went for it.
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Belting out the blockbuster song, one fan even told her she was better than the artist who originally sung it.
“Jacqueline needs a record deal,” one Twitter user insisted.
“Honestly, she’s easily as good as Dua Lipa and she sounds better than Lady Gaga here,” another posted.
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A third wrote: “I knew she could sing but I never knew like this!! I’m speechless. Her voice has given me goosebumps all over my body. Can’t stop watching!”
The I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! winner has a real love for music.
She was moved to set up her own performing arts school as she launched The Jac Jossa Academy, and wants to pass on what she knows.
During the first lockdown the academy turned to online classes, at a cost of just £5 for every child.
The mum-of-two admitted she "cannot wait for normal life" as the pandemic has forced the world to adjust to a less entertaining daily routine.
Taking to her Instagram story last week, the 28 year old said she needs to "sort out" her lifestyle habits.
Addressing her 3.9 million followers, she wrote: "I need to start working out and eating better.
"I know it's January and everyone starts January with a bang, but I literally have done 0 and it's getting to me now.
"Tomorrow I have to sort it out, even if it's just something little."
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