She recently insisted she could play the piano backwards, while appearing on I’m A Celebrity… South Africa.
And Myleene Klass proved she wasn’t lying as she took to Instagram on Wednesday with a hilarious video.
The singer, 45, looked gorgeous in a blue floral dress as she performed a tune for her fans while filming a new Sky Arts show in Cardiff.
Positioning herself on the stage of an empty theatre, she looked delighted while putting her bendy arms to good use.
In her caption, the musician wrote: ‘When the @skyarts team ask you to ‘prove it’ [laughing emoji].
‘I’ve put the crew off their lunch!’ Myleene Klass played the piano BACKWARDS as she showed off her impressive flexibility while filming a Sky Arts show in Cardiff
Wow! Positioning herself on the stage of an empty theatre, she looked delighted while putting her bendy arms to good use
‘Just got to Cardiff to film for my new show on Classical music…and there’s a piano here. Unsurprisingly, I’ve put the crew off their lunch. [laughing emoji] #piano #MyleenesMusicKlass.’
Before winning the ITV reality show, Myleene shocked her fellow campmates by performing backwards pushups.
Phil Tufnell and Jordan Banjo couldn’t believe their eyes as she revealed her hidden talent.
It comes after Myleene fought back tears live on air as she discussed her time on I’m A Celebrity on Smooth Radio.
The TV personality, who was crowned first ever show ‘Legend’, revealed how thinking of her children got her through her second stint on the challenging show.
Speaking with her friend Kate Garraway, Myleene wiped her eyes as she reflected on how she tried to be a good example for her children who were watching at home.
‘You’ve set me off now, gosh this is a nightmare!’ Kate exclaimed as they both sobbed in the studio.
‘People just under estimate what you have to hold down every single day and I think there are so many people going through this yourself included,’ Myleene explained.
Eek! Before winning the ITV reality show, Myleene shocked her fellow campmates by performing backwards pushups
OMG: Phil Tufnell and Jordan Banjo couldn’t believe their eyes as she revealed her hidden talent
Hilarious: In her caption, the musician wrote: ‘When the @skyarts team ask you to ‘prove it’ [laughing emoji]’
She continued: ‘You do have to have a word with yourself and just fix your mind to a certain place and say, right, I’ve got little eyes watching me.
‘You want them to know that when they’re scared of when they’re thinking where am I going to get the courage from, these are the things that the jungle does bring to the forefront.
‘The trials bring a person their grit and determination and their true metal because you have to deliver either for the campmates, or in the real world, for your family.’
Myleene took to her Instagram on Monday to announce she had donated her I’m A Celeb South Africa prize to charity Save The Children.
Viewers watched her being crowned the first ever IAC legend last week before walking away with a cheque or £100,000.
Myleene, who is an ambassador for the charity, took to her social media to share snaps from her time travelling with the organisation and said eating ‘rotten tofu’ and ‘mouse tails’ on the ITV show was all worth it.
The radio DJ could be seen caring for infants, delivering supplies as well as teaching in a school.
Save the Children was founded in the UK in 1919, with the goal of helping improve the lives of children worldwide.
Winner: Myleene donated her I’m A Celeb South Africa prize to charity Save The Children
She penned: ‘I am proud to donate my @imacelebrity Prize money of £100,000.00 to @savechildrenuk’.
‘I’ve been an ambassador for 11 years in which time I’ve travelled the globe helping STC’.
‘The things I have seen will stay with me forever. Children in the Philippines playing by the ships that have run aground from the Tsunami so they can be next to their parents that lay crushed beneath them.
‘Dancing with children in refugee camps in Jordan as their parents weave me a chopping board made of plastic bags to say thank you for being there’.
She continued: ‘(I still have it).Teaching rescued child brides in Tanzania the Solfa, Astronomy and Science as they study through the day, striving to become engineers and doctors to help their communities and at night iron clothes’.
‘Trying to share out food in Bangladesh to families as they make one small meal of broth and a bean stalk last 24 hours’.
‘Holding a mum in Nepal as she shows me where she thinks her baby is buried after they died of pneumonia and she couldn’t leave the hospital as she couldn’t pay the medical bill for 3 months, (it was £4)’.
Myleene went on to say: ‘Giving medical equipment to a midwife who solely delivered 2000 babies by the light of one torch that she holds in her teeth. When the batteries go, they just wait till they can afford and source another’.