Brian McFadden has been busy rehearsing ahead of this weekend's Dancing On Ice - but he's decided to do it without any trousers on.
The former Westlife singer shared a video to his Instagram on Friday showing the show's assistant creative director Dan Whiston speaking to the camera.
But within seconds, Brian is seen skating behind him wearing a t-shirt and his boxers as his trousers were pulled down below his knees.
In the clip, Dan said: "Hi guys, it's Thursday. Training session is going well today. Stress levels are quite high," as Brian is seen skating behind him in his boxers and top.
Did I just see that right in the background?
Dan asked: "Did I just see that right in the background?" before bursting into laughter.
Brian captioned the video: "Love @thedanwhiston such a pro. Even under pressure from idiots."
Fans were also amused by Brian's antics on the ice with one person commenting: "This has made my day."
Another said: "Thank you for making me smile Brian," while a third added: "Hilarious," followed by a string of laughing face emojis.
The 38-year-old has gained the backing of many fans for his behind-the-scenes antics at the ITV show as he has for his skills on the rink.
Last weekend, Brian chanelled Hollywood actor John Travolta in his latest performance with pro skater Alex Murphy.
The star shared a snap of himself to Instagram after having his hair and trimmed beard coloured black and some fans didn't exactly think he looked like Travolta.
Many thought he looked like TV presenter Rylan Clark-Neal.
One person said: "Not your inner @rylan then?" while another commented: "@rylan , @brianmcfadden123 is trying to steal your look!"
A third joked: "Thought it was Rylan!"
Meanwhile on the ice, Brian entertained viewers with his Pulp Fiction-themed skate, which was introduced by Boyzone pal Keith Duffy in a surprise cameo.
He also racked up his highest points score of the series so far, bagging 28.5 from the judges.
Both Jayne Torvill and Ashley Banjo were wowed by Brian and Alex, announcing their skate as the best they have shown off so far.
"You're moving in the right direction," Jason Gardiner begrudgingly admitted.
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