Dani Dyer made a surprise appearance on All New Monty tonight to support Jack Fincham, but viewers clocked on to an awkward editing detail.
Love Island star Dani, 23, is now dating former flame Sammy Kimmence after she and Jack, 27, broke up in April.
Jack was taking part in ITV show All New Monty this evening to help raise awareness of testicular and prostate cancer.
Dani appeared on the show to support Jack and said that she was "very proud" of him.
Fans quickly noticed that her relationship to Jack had been swiftly changed to "friend" during editing.
One tweeted: "Dani introduced as 'Jack's friend's cringe. #AllNewMonty."
While another commented: " Dani Dyer – Jacks Friend ♀️ how awkward. #AllNewMonty."
A third more harshly commented: "Dani should have been edited out #AllNewMonty."
Tonight's All New Monty was dedicated to Joe Pasquale's dad, who tragically died after filming.
Touching scenes on tonight's show left viewers in tears tonight as the male celebrities opened up about their own experiences with cancer.
This evening Joe, Jack Fincham , Kelvin Fletcher, Gorka Marquez, Willie Thorne, Rav Wilding, Matt Evers and footballer Jason Cundy joined together to put on their dancing shoes and raise money and awareness.
The hour-and-a-half long programme tonight saw the men attempt to learn a routine and build up the courage to perform naked on stage.
But it was also interspersed with heartbreaking scenes showing the male celebs speak about how cancer touched their lives or those around them.
Joe was seen talking to his father Joseph, who sadly died of cancer after filming the show.
Explaining why he wanted to take part in the show when it was announced, Joe said: "The reason I’m here is my dad has prostate cancer.
"You’ve got to go and do it, if you can get your willy out on telly, go and do it and I’ll be proud of it".
Snooker player Willie spoke about his own experience with prostate cancer and the death of his own brother.
Crimewatch star Rav revealed that he was taking part for his dad , who is battling prostate cancer.
Just before going on stage they spoke to teacher Ryan, 24, who spoke about being diagnosed with stage four testicular cancer, leaving Jack, Joe and Jason in tears.
And viewers were incredibly moved by the programme, flocking to Twitter to comment.
One tweeted: "#AllNewMonty …this is a hard watch… i'm crying too much… Brave souls…"
While another commented: "I’m in tears listening to these men’s stories. Well done guys you’r e doing a great job bringing awareness to this #AllNewMonty."
*All New Monty Ladies Night 2019 airs Tuesday at 9pm on ITV
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