HOUSE of Games fans couldn’t believe their eyes at one stunning contestant – before discovering who she actually was.
Richard Osman was back on hand to host the BBC Two favourite which displays four famous faces battling five rounds of random, quirky games that test quick-thinking, planning strategy and general knowledge.
Among the celebs was singer Rebecca Taylor, who left audiences wowing at home with her exquisite appearance..
Taking to Twitter, a number of House of Games fans shared their admiration for bubbly Rebecca, who performs under the name Self Esteem.
One user wrote: “Hello Rebecca 😍 #houseofgames”
A second stunned viewer added: “Never seen @SELFESTEEM___ before, but 😍😍😍 #houseofgames”
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Despite being wowed by Rebecca’s appearance, many initially did not recognise who she was.
However, a number of her fans pointed out the star behind the stage name online to those who weren't in the know.
One excited fan said: “How did I not realise @SELFESTEEM___ was on #HouseOfGames this week? Week made!”
Another said: “Proper superstars on #HouseOfGames (at least in my world): Val McDermid and @SELFESTEEM___.”
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Although some fans were still unaware of who the singer was, her impressive appearance on the quiz show led many fans to flock to check her out.
One said: “Liking Rebecca a lot though. Will check out some of her choons #houseofgames”
One fan questioned: “Does anyone know if Self Esteem aka Rebecca Lucy Taylor's music is any good? #HouseofGames”
To which a fan responded: “She’s one of the favourites to win a Mercury prize!”
The 35-year-old released her first single as Self Esteem in 2017, while her debut album followed in 2019.
Her second album, Prioritise Pleasure, was released in October 2021 and was lauded by critics.
Richard Osman’s House of Games airs weekdays at 6pm on BBC Two.
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