Jacqueline Jossa is a woman of many talents – and her latest singing video proves that.

The former I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here champion has left fans ‘speechless’ with her incredible singing voice after she took to Instagram on Monday to belt out a Lady Gaga classic.

The 28-year-old actress showcased her music skills as she played the piano while nailing her incredible version of I'll Never Love Again, from the hit movie A Star Is Born.

Jacqueline demanded attention as she seemingly got lost in the song, closing her eyes and moving to the music.

She let her natural beauty shine through as she went makeup-free in the amazing video.

The mum-of-two posted the short snippet on Instagram, and her 3.1 million followers simply couldn’t get enough of her spine-tingling talent.

Jac left fans ‘speechless’ with her incredible singing voice after she took to Instagram on Monday to belt out a Lady Gaga classic
Jac left fans ‘speechless’ with her incredible singing voice after she took to Instagram on Monday to belt out a Lady Gaga classic

Flocking to Twitter, they gushed over Jacqueline’s show-stopping voice.

“Jacqueline needs a record deal,” insisted one Twitter user.

“Honestly, she’s easily as good as Dua Lipa and she sounds better than Lady Gaga here,” another echoed.

Fans insisted Jacqueline sounded better than Lady Gaga in the stunning video

Meanwhile, a third fan revealed that her incredible voice left her ‘speechless’ and with goosebumps all over.

The highly impressed fan penned: “I knew she could sing but I never knew like this!! I’m speechless. Her voice has given me goosebumps all over my body. Can’t stop watching!”.

Jacqueline demanded attention as she seemingly got lost in the song, closing her eyes and moving to the music

Although she’s best known for her role as Lauren Branning in EastEnders, since quitting the soap, the star has honed in on her love of singing by setting up her own performing arts school; The Jac Jossa Academy.

Ahead of Christmas last year, Jacqueline admitted that her dreams came true when she finally made it on to the West End stage.

The star has honed in on her love of singing by setting up her own performing arts school; The Jac Jossa Academy
The star has honed in on her love of singing by setting up her own performing arts school; The Jac Jossa Academy

Taking to Instagram after she bagged the role in A Christmas Carol at the Dominion Theatre, the actress admitted that she shed a tear because she was so over the moon.

Unfortunately, her dreams were dashed when the government was forced to tighten coronavirus restrictions in London just days into the show's run, meaning that all theatres had to be shut down amid the pandemic.

Despite the setback, Jacqueline is determined to get back on the stage as soon as she can.

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