Frankie Bridge has left her fans in stitches in her latest Instagram video.
The former singer, 33, left fans not knowing where to look as she tried desperately to squeeze into a pair of black trousers.
As the trousers got stuck, The Loose Women star highlighted her peachy behind in a black lace thong as she began to twerk.
Frankie chose to play Meghan Trainor's All About That Bass over the top and jokingly captioned the clip: "Does my bum look big in this?#hardpantsproblems."
The I'm A Celeb star's comments were soon flooded with friends and fans who found her display nothing short of hilarious.
Frankie's former I'm A Celebrity campmate Snoochie simply wrote: "TWERK."
Loose Women host Kelle Bryan couldn't resist a cheeky comment as she penned: "Told you, baby got back."
A third commented: "That is absolutely hilarious."
While a fourth user added: "This made me laugh out loud!"
Hundreds of fans expressed their thoughts on the video by commenting several crying laughing emojis.
The mum-of-two's comical display comes shortly after she revealed on Loose Women that her family is a "naked one."
Frankie has been married to former footballer Wayne Bridge, 41, since 2014 and the pair have two sons – Parker, eight and five-year-old Carter.
Speaking on Loose Women, Frankie said: "We're quite a naked family, I would say. And I grew up in quite a naked family. I don't see what the issue is. I wouldn't think 'Oh now is the time to cover up'."
She continued: "I think if [Parker and Carter] started to look uncomfortable or if they started saying, 'Ooh, mummy,' then I would go from them."
The 33-year-old went on to admit that her eldest son, Parker "sometimes might feel a bit uncomfortable" in which case she would cover up.
Frankie added: "But I remember growing up and seeing my parents run to and from the bathroom and I didn't think twice about it. Hopefully I would make them feel comfortable in that way."
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