Caroline Flack showed off her vocal skills by performing a parody of The X Factor co-presenter Olly Murs' hit Wrapped Up

Is there nothing Caroline Flack can’t do? She’s already wowed us with her dancing skills and lifted the Golden Glitterball trophy on Strictly Come Dancing, landed the most coveted presenting role on TV hosting The X Factor and now she’s proved she can sing as well. She really is the triple threat!

The 35-year-old was caught on camera  singing her own version of co-presenter, Olly Murs‘ hit single, Wrapped Up while filming the ITV show.

And the 31-year-old singer was so impressed with his co-presenter’s vocal skills that he posted it on Twitter saying: ‘I prefer @carolineflack1 singing it’ along with a laughing emoji.

The TV presenter then retweeted it adding: ‘Taking it VERY SERIOUSLY.’

Caroline changed the words to the love song to make it about ordering fish and chips.

She sang: ‘I do love fish and chips with mushy peas, do you want it wrapped up with salt and vinegar or open to eat right now?  Here’s a fork sir, don’t use your fingers. Do you want a drink to wash it down?’ She then burst into her famous laugh exclaiming ‘I don’t know the words’.


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Earlier, Olly had performed the food inspired parody on stage with auditionee Paul.

Fans praised her singing on social media urging Caroline and Olly to perform the song together.

One joked: ‘I smell a duet single coming on!’ While one said: ‘Someone’s got a hidden talent!.’ Another added: ‘Genuis you should perform that on the live final!’

Caroline has loved singing since she was in school and even posted a retro video of her performing a duet at the school nativity.

She also has been tipped to take on the role of Roxie Hart in the West End musical Chicago after rediscovering her love for singing and dancing.

Speaking in 2013, she said: ‘I’m obsessed with musicals. I have always wanted to play Roxie in Chicago.

 Kelly Allen