Is Caroline Flack taking time out to work on her music career?

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by Hannah Mellin |
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Caroline Flack is an absolute megababe presenter who hosts loads of our favourite telly shows (Love Island being one of 'em) – but she's also a fashion icon, Strictly Come Dancing champ, author and er, singer.

Yep, the TV host's not-so-hidden-talent has come to light after leaked tracks of Cazza singing as part of a band have been unearthed and it turns out she's pretty damn amazing.


As if we couldn't love her enough already.

A source, who has heard the tracks, told The Sun: "The X Factor will be kicking themselves after discovering Caroline’s secret bid to become a musician.

"She could have duetted with her co-host Olly Murs which would have been a huge ratings hit.

"Her voice is really strong and the tracks catchy."

Cazza’s tunes are 'very Bruno Mars/Jackson 5-esque’ and its not known whether they’ll be released into the public domain.


Things have been pretty quiet on the Flack front recently but we’ll soon be seeing her swap the small screen for the West End stage as she makes her dancing debut in theatre show Crazy For You later this year.

She tweeted her excitement about the role last month: "Dusting off my dancing shoes again…can’t wait."

And apparently Cazza is keen to take a break from telly for a little while.

An insider recently revealed: "Caroline’s really keen to earn her stripes in theatre and has been seeing lots of different productions recently, including Yerma and The Libertine," an insider said previously.

"She’s not moving away from television, but mixing telly with theatre."

patiently waits for that Olly Murs/Cazza Flack collab to drop


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