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Ben Fogle surprises viewers with incredible Lip Sync Battle skills

Emmy Griffiths
Emmy GriffithsTV & Film Editor
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Ben Fogle might not be the first person you'd think would win a game of Lip Synch Battle, but the adventurer had viewers seriously impressed with his renditions of Miley Cyrus's Party in the USA and Dizzee Rascal's Bonkers on Friday night.

The TV presenter competed against Katie Price on the UK version of the hit show, who cheekily called her competitor "a Poundland Bear Grylls". However, Ben proved his skills after wowing the crowd with his two performances, and viewers were quick to discuss the episode on Twitter. 

"Well done @Benfogle #LipSyncBattle awesome moves," one fan wrote. "Really don't think I'm ever going to look at @Benfogle the same again! #LipSyncBattle," another added. They also praised Katie for her performance, with one writing: "You were brilliant such a good sport," while another added: "Well done Katie you were robbed."

Ben Fogle's Party in the USA | Lip Sync Battle UK | Channel 5

Katie proved to be a worthy opponent on the Channel 5 show as she performed a Dolly Parton's Working 9 Till 5 and Black Eyed Peas' My Humps. However, Ben was ultimately victorious and won the fun battle. The star took to Twitter to chat about his experience on the show, joking: "So today is the day I find my inner diva." 

The dad-of-two recently spoke to HELLO! Online about being a modern dad, saying: "It can be hard to be that modern progressive dad as well as in a tough business world whoever you are whatever you're doing you work harder now… work is competitive for everyone out there now and especially for me with all my travels and given that work constantly takes me away, it's quite hard to juggle all of that."

Katie Price Performs Dolly Parton's 9 To 5 | Lip Sync Battle UK | Channel 5

He added: "Only a few decades ago I think a father was a little more hands off, it was the old cliché of mother's doing all the nappies and doing all the cooking and the father kicking a football around a little bit on the weekend and that was it but now that has changed dramatically now that parenting is a shared role. Mothers and fathers almost have a 50/50 role now and it certainly wasn't like that decades ago."

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