JAKE Quickenden gave his Real Full Monty co-stars an eyeful as he accidentally flashed his snug-fitting silver briefs during rehearsals.
The 32-year-old joins rugby player Gareth Thomas, Jamie Lomas, jockey Bob Champion, Diversity’s Perri Kiely and Love Island's Chris Hughes for the TV event which aims to help to raise awareness for cancer.
But before taking to the ice for the real performance, former X Factor star Jake and his fellow male celebrities performed their routine for the show's female stars.
The six male celebs walked into the rehearsal studio in white shirt and rip-away black trousers while their female co-stars shouted words of encouragement.
The performance started smooth with the group first taking off their shoes as Joe Cocker's You Can Leave Your Hat On blared through the speakers.
Despite effortlessly removing his footwear, Jake's trousers began to slip down his thighs as he tried to move onto the next move although one of his arms is in a sling.
Watching on stunned, Hayley Tamaddon giggled as the red-faced I'm A Celeb alum grappled with his trousers and exclaimed: "Jake's pants are coming down".
However Jake's attempts to protect his modesty fell flat and he ultimately flashed his metallic briefs to the entire room, which left Linda Lusardi hysterically laughing "It's a bit early!".
The ITV shows will see the fellas strip down to the bare essentials to perform routines in the rink with female stars.
Jake's appearance comes a month after The Sun' Bizarre revealed that he will be out of action for six months following an agonising injury on SAS: Who Dares Wins.
Pals close to the former X Factor star said his pectoral muscle had ruptured so severely it had to be stuck back onto his bone during a lengthy surgery.
Last month, Jake was rushed back to London from Scotland where filming was taking place to be assessed by the doctor but had no idea how badly he was hurt.
A friend explained: “Jake ended up being in surgery for five hours on Monday as the injury he sustained on SAS was worse than thought.
“His pectoral muscle was ruptured and had to be glued back to his bone.
“Jake won’t be doing any physical sport or exercise for up to six months and will have to wear a sling for at least two months.
“It’s a devastating blow for him. In his heart he knew he wouldn’t be able to return to SAS but having been told by the doctors the extent of the injury it’s really hit home.”
Previously, we revealed that Jake was desperate to take part in this year's The Real Full Monty despite his injury as the message behind the two-part TV event is close to his heart.
His pal added: "Jake lost his father and brother to cancer so taking part in the Real Full Monty is so important to him.
"Jake is going to rest as much as he can over the next few weeks and is desperate to take part in any way he can."
Part one of The Real Full Monty On Ice airs tonight (December 14) at 9pm on ITV.
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