If you happened to catch the new BBC series 'I Can See Your Voice' on Saturday night, you might have spotted the fact that one of the singers was Irish.
The new show, which is hosted by Paddy McGuinness, presents a number of random people from all walks of life as 'singers' - and the celebrity judging panel (comprised of Jimmy Carr, Amanda Holden and others) along with the contestants - who are playing for €10,000 - must guess whether they really can sing or whether they're bluffing.
The object of the game is for the contestants to whittle down the singers to the one they believe is the most talented - which is revealed when they duet with a celebrity guest at the end.
On the first episode, musician Emmo - aka Emmett Crotty from Glanmire, Co. Cork - was initially hailed as a rugby-playing 'pitch perfect' singer. After he lip-synched to James Morrison's 'You Give Me Something' early in the show, the celeb panel dismissed him as a fake - but when he returned later to perform an acoustic version of Bruce Springsteen's 'Dancing in the Dark' and show off his true voice, he blew everyone away.
Emmo - who is Brian McFadden's cousin - is a professional singer and is about to release his second single 'Make You Mine' this Friday.
Watch his performances around the 19-minute mark and the 23: 45 mark below: