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Tamzin Outhwaite: My brother was convinced I was on The Masked Dancer – but as Frog not Scarecrow

OHMYGOSSIP — Tamzin Outhwaite’s brother was convinced she was on ‘The Masked Dancer’ – but thought she was Frog.
The former ‘EastEnders’ actress was unmasked on the ITV guessing game as Scarecrow but whilst her sibling was completely convinced she was making an appearance, he thought she was under the Frog mask.
She said: “He had guessed I was doing ‘The Masked Dancer’ but was completely convinced I was Frog. He said, ‘I know those mannerisms, I know those walks, you’re wearing a military outfit, it’s all linked to Red Cap.’ I was like, ‘That was Kelly Brook! Have you seen this [her chest]? It’s a completely different body shape.'”
And whilst most of the other stars slimmed down during the experience, Tamzin confessed she put on weight because she was enjoying eating out every day when she went to the studios.
She added: “At Pineapple the choreographer and his team were there and it was so joyous at times, you just felt like, ‘Oh my God’. But we couldn’t get near each other. You’ve still got to dance a metre, two metres apart.
“But it was that feeling of, ‘I can leave the house and I can’t believe how ecstatic I feel just dancing’, bearing in mind that we hadn’t done anything for such a long time. I was probably the only one in the whole thing that actually put on weight. We’re getting fit and every time I left the house to go there, I was like, ‘This is a brilliant excuse to eat out.'”
Tamzin enjoyed that her costume was “really baggy” because it made her more “inconspicuous”.
She told The Sun newspaper’s Bizarre TV column: “The costume was really baggy. You couldn’t tell if it was a boy or a girl for a bit, and I think it was the right thing to do – not go skin tight or make it overly sexual, as then it might be more female. It was lovely to be so inconspicuous for most of the performances.”

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