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Kelly Brook was the latest famous face to be unmasked on ITV's kooky guessing game The Masked Dancer.
The former Page 3 babe was taking on the disguise as Frog.
Kelly narrowly missed out on a spot in the final after losing the dance off to Car Wash.
During Friday's semi final Zip, Squirrel and Scarecrow all made it straight through Saturday's show.
Earlier on in the show Craig Revel Horwood was unmasked as Knickerbocker Glory.
The dance-floor whiz received the lowest number of votes from the studio audience and was given his marching ordered with immediate effect.
The Strictly Come Dancing judge admitted he was nervous to take to the stage but that it took him back to his youth and performing around the world.
Speaking to host Joel Dommett, Craig said: "I did enjoy it but I was extremely nervous. So I really feel for the celebs as it is terrifying. I wanted to prove to myself that I had the guts to do something like this."
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Explaining why he took on the show, Craig later added: "I haven’t danced for years and thought it a fun challenge.
"It was a really happy character and fun to play.
"The panel were a riot with some hilarious guesses."
Prior to Friday night's semi final a host of famous faces had been unmasked.
On Thursday BBC Radio DJ Zoe Ball was unmasked as Llama.
The 50-year-old star couldn't help but gush over her involvement in the show when revealing her true identity.
She said: "The whole thing is bonkers – I loved being Llama and trotting about. Not speaking was hard though.
"It’s still nerve-wracking – lots of heavy breathing and sweating but ultimately an absolute hoot.
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"I definitely wouldn’t be as brave without my Llama disguise. The outfit gives you a superpower."
Sporting ace Eddie the Eagle was revealed to be the mystery performer behind Rubber Chicken.
As well as his impressive career as an Olympic ski jumper, Eddie, 57, had a biopic made about him in 2016 where Taron Egerton took on the lead.
- The Masked Dancer
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