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Viewers were left rather perplexed on Saturday night, after they confused British comedian Jack Dee with Hollywood actor Jack Nicholson on Paul O'Grady's Saturday Night Line Up.
The new ITV show had four celebrity guests appear in the studio alongside Paul as they pit themselves against each other through a series of blunt questions.
For the first show singer Mischa Paris, Judge Robert Rinder, actress Joanna Page and Jack Dee appeared on the panel.
But viewers were left rather distracted with Jack's appearance as they compared him to another Hollywood star.
Taking to Twitter fans aired their thoughts.
One viewer penned: "Genuinely thought Jack Dee was Jack Nicholson there!"
Another said: "Jack Dee has turned into Jack Nicholson from The Shining."
A third penned: "Great to see Jack Nicholson joining the panel tonight #PaulOGrady Saturday Night Line Up."
While a fourth chimed: "Jack dee has morphed into jack Nicholson."
Another fan even compared the comedic star with another Hollywood legend too and questioned: "Why does Jack Dee look like John Malkovich?"
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