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Cheryl Tweedy should have been a shoo-in as a judge on the new miming music game show I Can See Your Voice.
That’s the hilarious verdict of Jimmy Carr, who sits on the panel of the BBC One guessing game programme.
He and a gang of celebrities watch contestants mime to a pop song and guess who is a good or bad singer in real life.
However, Carr cannot resist taking a swipe at former X Factor judge Cheryl, whose vocal skills were often the subject of debate.
On discovering her Girls Aloud bandmate Nadine Coyle, is a guest on the show on Saturday, he said: “I’m a little bit disappointed Nadine is here if I am honest.
“If we wanted someone who knows all about lip-synching, we should have got Cheryl.”
Carr is proving to be a real Mr Mean on the show.
Last week he poked fun at fellow panellist Amanda Holden’s looks, saying: “There’s bits of you that are from the 1990s and bits that are more recent.”
On Saturday night, viewers of I Can See Your Voice were more interested by Jimmy's apparent new look than the singing talent – or lack thereof.
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The comedian had a drastically different appearance, mainly because of a strong new hairline, pearly white teeth and a smooth forehead.
Jimmy has been open about procedures he's had done though.
Speaking on Just For Laughs, he confessed he'd had "a bit of Botox here and there, nothing too alarming".
He also said: "I've had a lot of work done. I got my teeth knocked out and put back in.
"And then I had a hair transplant in the lockdown, which I didn't particularly need, but what else are you going to do in lockdown?"
I Can See Your Voice continues on Saturday night at 7.35pm on BBC One
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