The future of Anh's Brush with Fame was called into question this week amid scrutiny surrounding the program's host Do's artistic methods.
According to industry website TV Blackbox, the 44-year-old has faced increased backlash from viewers who believe his artworks are prepared ahead of filming, and in some cases are not entirely his own work.
Do is no stranger to fans questioning the legitimacy of his ABC program - which purports to show the comedian painting his interview subjects over several hours during a single sitting.
In 2019, fans were baffled after noticing a continuity error during Do's interview with celebrity chef Kylie Kwong.
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Brush with controversy: How Anh Do, 44, (pictured) was caught out preparing a portrait of Kylie Kwong BEFORE their sit-down interview... as he 'threatens to quit the show because of the scrutiny surrounding his methods'
During her sitting, Kwong wore a pair of statement round spectacles, yet Do's finished painting depicted her wearing square-framed glasses.
This caused confusion among viewers, with one viewer writing: 'Kylie Kwong on Anh's Brush with Fame last night was great but [I'm] so confused by what happened to her glasses.'
Hmm! In 2019, fans were baffled after noticing a continuity error during Do's interview with celebrity chef Kylie Kwong. Pictured: Kylie Kwong
What's going on? The finished painting showed Kylie wearing square-framed glasses (left). Throughout her sitting, she had been wearing round spectacles (right)
Gaffe: The editing gaffe didn't go unnoticed on Twitter, with one fan writing: 'Kylie Kwong on Anh's Brush with Fame last night was great but so confused by what happened to her glasses'Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Another person Tweeted: 'Wondering why Anh didn't paint the same glasses Kylie Kwong was wearing [during her interview]?'
A third fan wrote: 'What happened with Kylie Kwong's glasses between interview and portrait? Square on painting, round on face. But a beautiful interview once again.'
However, Kylie's portrait actually appeared to be based on a professional photo taken a decade ago for Dumbo Feather magazine.
Format: The premise of Anh's Brush with Fame is that Anh Do (pictured) paints his interview subject over the course of several hours during a single sitting
'What happened with Kylie Kwong's glasses between interview and portrait?' Viewers flocked to Twitter (above) to express their confusion over the continuity error
As first observed by TV Blackbox, the 2012 image by photographer Toby Burrows shows Kylie wearing the same square-framed glasses as in Anh's portrait.
At the time, an ABC spokesperson explained that 'painting sessions are conducted over several hours on a closed set' and that additional photos are sometimes used by Anh to allow his 'subjects to relax and talk'.
It comes amid rumours Do is 'refusing to sign on for another series' of Anh's Brush with Fame, after an ABC statement confirmed the seventh season has not yet been locked in.
Misleading: However, Kylie's portrait actually appeared to be based on a