Olly Murs will be seeing triple on Saturday night as he's confronted by three tribute acts to himself on Starstruck.
The host of the ITV singing contest gets a theme of his very own this weekend as three Murs superfans take to the stage to belt out his hit Dance With Me Tonight, complete with his trademark dance moves.
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Starstruck features teams of superfans who are grouped together in threes to recreate a performance by their idols in the hope of winning a cash prize in the final.
As the show's host, Murs is set for a surreal experience when three of his fans are transformed into him, but in a clip from the show he looks impressed by Team Olly Murs.
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He laughs and dances along to the performance while shouting out encouraging words to the singers.
Judges Sheridan Smith, Adam Lambert, Jason Manford and Beverley Knight also look like they're enjoying Team Olly Murs as they dance to the song.
Starstruck has also seen teams of superfans take on Lady Gaga and Freddie Mercury in previous episodes, but with the Murs trio up against three other acts, will they be able to make it through to the next round?
Ahead of the series launch, Murs was asked how he would feel if he was confronted by a tribute act to himself on the show.
He said: "I would be utterly flattered by it. If it happens, I would be honoured that there were three people that wanted to be me.
"And if there were I’d be saying ‘Don’t do it too good, fellas. Be good but don’t be too good! You’re coming after my job.’"
The popstar and TV presenter has also said that if he had to be a tribute act, he would choose his Voice UK co-star Sir Tom Jones.
He said: "I’ve been working with him for the last few years and I feel like I know him well enough to be him. I might need a bit more work on the Welsh accent!
"I need to get the accent down and I need to somehow get my hair a little bit curlier. I think if I could master that then I’ve got Tom down."
Starstruck continues on Saturdays at 8.30pm on ITV.
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