He had made a name for himself on the third series of Love Island, thanks to his love for rap music.
But despite often flaunting his own talents when it comes to wrapping on the dating show, Kem Cetinay appeared to fall short when he was faced with a live rap battle against school teacher Christian Foley on Good Morning Britain on Friday.
The reality star, 21, was left red-faced as he struggled to deliver an impromptu rap on the show and his face was a picture as Christian playfully mocked him in his own delivery, branding Kem a 'melt'.
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Red-faced: Kem Cetinay was left embarrassed as he failed to impress during a rap battle with famed school teacher Christian Foley on Good Morning Britain on Friday
Christian had appeared on the ITV breakfast show after going viral, as videos surfaced online of him teaching students via a series of raps in class.
He and Kem were forced to showcase their talents in a battle against each other, with each being given three letters that they must include in their performance.
Kem was given, 'muggy, bacon and student,' but struggling after just a few lines, he appeared to get all flustered and told hosts Eamonn Holmes and Ranvir Singh that he had messed up.
Annoyed at his mishap, he voiced his concerns that Christian would better him live on air, with the teacher going on to rib him as he performed like a pro.
Head-to-head: The duo were forced to battle it out with their lyrical talent live on air and were given three words they needed to include in their rap verse
Flustered: Succumbing to the pressure, Kem buckled after just a few lines leaving Christian to shine as he playfully mocked the Love Island star and branded him a 'melt'
So much so, that as he wrapped up his wrap he couldn't resist branding Kem a 'melt' - having successfully included all of his buzz words - 'melt, eggs and teacher' - into his verse.
Kem was left looking on visibly shocked at Christian's efforts and admitted: 'That was unbelievable, I wish he was my teacher.'
He later took to Twitter after his appearance on GMB and clearly having watched the embarrassing ordeal back, Kem, who took his defeat (despite still being crowned the champ) in high spirits penned: 'Hahahaha my face in that rap battle! I was in shock! Wish he was my teacher in school.'
That didn't stop viewers from poking fun at his loss on the show, with many claiming Kem - who has bagged his own reality show alongside BFF Chris Hughes where they will pursue their love of rap music - had been 'owned' by Christian.
Giving it his all: Kem had asked Eamonn to help get him in the zone as he delivered his rap along to Eminem's 8 Mile track
Oops: He was left holding his head in his hands as he stumbled on his words
Bafflled: Kem was left looking on visibly shocked at Christian's efforts and admitted: 'That was unbelievable, I wish he was my teacher'
Still the champ: Eamonn jokingly still branded Kem the winner, although it was clear