Love Island’s Luca Bisch and Andrew LePage lose their timing during British Get Singing

‘They looked horrified’: British fans sing in hysterics after Love Island’s Luca Bisch and Andrew Lepage suffer a blunder during their group performance

Stars from all sides of ITV gathered for the charity talent competition ‘Britain Get Singing’ on Saturday night – including many this year’s Love Island.

But it wasn’t going to be easy for all of the contestants, as Luca Bisch and Andrew LePage suffered a critical error while missing the timing of their song during the celebratory performance.

Joined by co-stars Antigoni Buxton, Paige Thorne, Tasha Ghouri, and Danica Taylor in the singing performance, the duo looked a bit lost as they struggled to keep up with the girls.

It didn’t go unnoticed by fans either, with many taking to social media so they shared their thoughts in the moment — noting that the reality stars “seemed aghast.”

inappropriate! Luca Bisch of Love Island and Andrew LePage suffered a huge mistake as they lost their timing while singing during their group performance at Britain’s Get Singing on Saturday.

The group takes to the stage to sing their performance of George Michael’s Last Christmas, and all festive sports teams perform.

And while they got off to a strong start, the boys seemed to let the team down as they lost track of the song during the middle section.

Walking towards the front of the stage, Andrew breaks into song to wish the crowd a happy birthday – before Luca appears confused about his line.

Losing It: While they got off to a strong start, the boys seemed to let the team down as they lost track of the song during the middle verse

I'm not sure: The former fishmonger begins to sing: 'I rolled it and sent it, with a note,' before he and Andrew shared an unsure look toward each other.

Losing It: While they got off to a strong start, the boys seemed to let the team down as they lost track of the song during the middle verse

Red-faced: Andrew let out a laugh while trying to remember his words

Red-faced: Andrew let out a laugh while trying to remember his words

“I rolled it and sent it, with a note,” the former fishmonger began singing, before he and Andrew shared a distrustful look toward each other as they tried to keep the lyrics down.

They tried to get it back with Luca’s smile, as judge Jason Manford helped them out when he started singing and kept them on track.

Alesha Dixon was also on board and started laughing at the blunder, before Antigoni took her oath from the boys – leaving them in strange laughter.

A helping hand: Judge Jason Manford helped them out when he started singing and kept them on track

A helping hand: Judge Jason Manford helped them out when he started singing and kept them on track

Funny moment: Alesha Dixon was also on the podium and started laughing at the blunder

Funny moment: Alesha Dixon was also on the podium and started laughing at the blunder

The judges called out the next moment of the performance, as Jason told Luca and Andrew: “Guys, honestly, there were moments I watched where I saw every guy on a Friday night being forced to come up and sing karaoke.

“You know, being like, ‘I don’t want to be here, but you know what? I’ll do it for you.'”

While viewers took They took to social media afterward to share their own thoughts on the moment, with one noting that they looked “offended”.

One wrote: ‘The lads on Love Island looked terrified.

While another viewer advised: My dear, what can I say. Stick to the reality show Don’t Sing #LoveIsland

Not cool: While viewers then took to social media to share their own thoughts on the moment, one also noted that they looked

Not cool: While viewers then took to social media to share their own thoughts on the moment, one also noted that they looked “offended”

But even though they came under fire for the blunder, many have praised the group for doing their bit for mental health.

The show, which was won by Loose Women, supports ITV’s mental health campaign Britain Speak.

Speaking about his mental health during the show, Luca explained, ‘When I first spoke about my mental health, it really helped me. Talking to my colleagues, I realized that they were going through the same things that I was also going through and we didn’t talk about it.

“Doing something like this that you’re not comfortable with will show others that they can talk about their mental health with each other.”

Stars from shows such as Emmerdale, Coronation Street and The Chase have all appeared on the show to perform the Christmas Eve special.

Team: Luca and Andrew join Antigoni Buxton, Danica Taylor, Cha Guri and Paige Thorne to perform

Team: Luca and Andrew join Antigoni Buxton, Danica Taylor, Cha Guri and Paige Thorne to perform

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