Former X Factor star Olly Murs has been mocked for his attire by co-contestant Joel Dommett on The Cube celebrity special fronted by host Phillip Schofield
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Olly Murs is mocked for his tight clothing choices during The Cube celebrity special.
The former X Factor contestant and presenter teased his appearance on the hit ITV game show by sharing a clip on Instagram.
The clip sees Olly playing the game inside The Cube along with his co-contestant, presenter and comedian Joel Dommett.
The pair hope to win a quarter of a million pounds for UNICEF after already signing up for Soccer Aid to raise funds for the same charity.
Sharing the snippet with his 3.6million followers., Olly penned in the caption: “This was bloody tense [awkward face emoji] but loved every minute of it!! Tune in 8:30pm tomorrow to see if me & Joel can beat The Cube, and win £250,000 for @Unicef_uk ”.
In the clip, Olly could be seen stacking dominoes to complete his task for The Cube and managed to do so by the skin of his teeth.
Joel exclaimed: “That was great!”
Phillip looked visibly surprised as Olly managed it, saying: “You couldn’t have been any closer!”
Olly commented: “In the corner of my eye I could just see it come around, I was like ‘urggggh! And honestly…”
However, Joel pointed out why it was so impressive and made light of Olly’s outfit choice for the game.
Joel commented: “To be fair, your outfit is as tight as a superhero’s. So…”
Olly burst into laughter at Joel’s comment, as did host Phillip.
Joel added: ‘I didn’t want to shout because I feel like I’m going to put him off.
“I was like, ‘It’s coming, it’s coming, it’s coming’.”
The amusing instalment comes after an emotional night for Phillip Schofield on Friday as he won an LGBT award after coming out as gay at the age of 57 last year.
During his acceptance speech, Phillip said: “I had the most extraordinary people that helped me pack the parachute before the jump. Friends and family, loved ones and then there were an enormous amount of rainbow arms outstretched to catch me when I reached the bottom of my jump…”
He added: “Life is a still a work in progress, but of course aren’t we all?”
The Cube for Soccer Aid airs tonight on ITV at 8.30pm.