JACQUELINE Jossa has revealed her incredible singing voice in the car after admitting she wants to sing on stage.
The mum-of-two belted out showstopper This Is Me from The Greatest Showman on her Instagram Stories.
Jacqueline, 27, was in the car with her daughters Ella, five, and Mia, two, and her friend as she cranked up the volume to the iconic song and whipped her hair around.
Hitting every note but managing to be silly to make her girls laugh, Jac shared her incredible singing voice with her 3million Instagram followers.
It’s not the first time the former EastEnders actress has shown off her singing skills.
Jacqueline previously took to her Instagram stories and revealed she was keen for the West End to do a version of Camp Rock, and that she would like to be in the show.
She shared a typed post, which read: "Can they do a camp rock the musical and can I be in it please… thanks."
When she appeared on I'm A Celebrity campmates she stunned her campmates when she belted out Girls Aloud’s Sound Of The Underground in the Jungle Arms.
The former EastEnders star said she and Dan have spoken about extending their family but she admitted that realistically they don't have time for another baby.
The telly favourite recently revealed during an Instagram Q&A that if she was to get a tattoo, would she let Dan do the inking.
The star then surprised her fans by revealing she already has a tattoo that was done by her fully fledged tattoo artist hubby – although she did not reveal where the tattoo is or what she has had inked.
The I'm a Celeb champion replied: "I actually do have a tattoo and Daniel did actually did do it."
Heavily tattooed Dan has a collection of body art dedicated to his "beautiful family".
Earlier this year, the former Towie star unveiled two huge lion tattoos in tribute of his wife.
He also showed off his latest addition to his sleeve with three lion cub inking's representing his children – daughters Ella and Mia, who he shares with Jac, and son Teddy, who he shares with his ex, Megan Tomlin.
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