Jacqueline Jossa has responded to reports she has signed up to star on the celebrity version of The X Factor.
The 26 year old was said to have signed up for the revamped series of the ITV hit show earlier this year, reportedly telling friends how "excited" she was for her latest job.
But the former EastEnders star has now revealed she won't be taking to the stage to perform in front of Simon Cowell and his celebrity judges.
She told Metro.co.uk that she wouldn't be taking part in the series, or I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!, which she was also believed to have signed up for.
Dan Osborne's wife told the publication: "I haven't got time for all that. If I could, I would, but I haven't got time for it.
"I've got the academy [which] literally just opened up this week — I haven't got time for anything else.
"I want to do something completely different, maybe something different like theatre."
Fans will be left devastated at the news after being left "in tears" as Jacqueline showed off her stunning singing voice in a recent video upload.
She belted out She Used To Be Mine from hit musical Waitress in the video, as she sat behind a white keyboard.
Dressed casually in a black slogan t-shirt and a pair of pink camouflage shorts, Jacqueline scraped her hair back away from her face in a ponytail as she let her voice be the centre of attention for the four minute long upload.
Filmed as she took a well earned rest from decorating the new home she has recently moved into with husband Dan and their children Ella, four, and Mia, one, she captioned the post: "When you are done painting and need a singing break."
Jacqueline's fans were quick to flood her with compliments for her perfect vocals, with one admitting they were left in tears by her singing voice.
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The fan wrote: "Never has a musical video made me cry on instagram before… theres a first for everything could listen to your voice all day, what talent! And what an absolutely beautiful song [sic]"
A second continued: "Serious goosebumps and tears here! What a f**king talent…movies and musical’s please – this is insanely good."
"You have a beautiful voice! You should be on stage!!," another chimed, as another told the star: "that was beautiful, when you sang it was like you were telling a story."
Another of the former Lauren Branning actresses followers added: "WOW…. What a beautiful voice.. That was sang with so much emotion.. And from the heart.. Raw talent."
Her past co-star Ricky Norwood, who played Fat Boy on the hit BBC One soap, also complimented her, writing: "Beautiful…Sing it Jaqs!!!"
She also recently took to Instagram to share how she was feeling as her oldest daughter began school.
Jacqueline Jossa and Dan Osborne
Jacqueline shared an adorable picture of herself and Ella in the playground of Ella’s school as she wrote an emotional message, in which she said she is finding the day harder than her daughter.
She wrote: "It begins. I’m going to miss having my best friend with me, but she’s on her new journey, BIG SCHOOL doesn’t know what’s hit them.
"It’s been a rollercoaster of emotions and I didn’t think I would feel this sad. I felt really fine with it until this morning.
"She went in okay, probably a bit nervous, meeting new people and a new school it’s all overwhelming. I took it a lot worse than she did.
"I am counting down the hours baby. can’t wait to see you, I am so proud of you, you take everything on your stride and nothing is too much!
"You are one strong 4 year old. I love you angel! Soppy post I know! Hope everyone who’s starting school or something new enjoys it! Go get em baby! [sic]"
Jacqueline’s fellow soap stars commented on her post with messages of support, with Coronation Street star Helen Flanagan writing: "Lovely mummy."
Emmerdale’s Charley Webb – who recently welcomed her third son – wrote: "Beautiful. We take it way harder than they do."
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