Big Brother star and aspiring musician Xavier Molyneux was on Australia's Got Talent

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Big Brother star and aspiring musician Xavier Molyneux was on Australia's Got Talent

Big Brother star and aspiring musician Xavier Molyneux was on Australia's Got Talent - but do YOU remember his appearance?By Candice J

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Big Brother star and aspiring musician Xavier Molyneux was on Australia’s Got Talent – but do YOU remember his appearance?

Big Brother Australia star Xavier Molyneux was on Australia’s Got Talent in 2019.

But fans may not immediately remember the aspiring musician’s appearance on the reality TV contest.

Footage that aired last July from the show’s 14th season shows the 23-year-old on stage with host Ricki-Lee Coulter.

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Familiar face: Big Brother Australia star and aspiring musician Xavier Molyneux (pictured) was on Australia's Got Talent in 2019 - but do YOU remember his appearance?

Familiar face: Big Brother Australia star and aspiring musician Xavier Molyneux (pictured) was on Australia’s Got Talent in 2019 – but do YOU remember his appearance?

However, Xavier was not there to perform.

Xavier, who is also a paramedic, was side of stage with Ricki-Lee to provide emergency assistance if a death-defying stunt went wrong.

Former Bachelorette star and magician Apollo Jackson was suspended upside down in a straitjacket above a bed of flaming spikes, for an escape stunt.

Scary stuff! Former Bachelorette star and magician Apollo Jackson (left) performed a dangerous  escape stunt for his audition on the talent show in 2019

Scary stuff! Former Bachelorette star and magician Apollo Jackson (left) performed a dangerous  escape stunt for his audition on the talent show in 2019

'Death is definitely on the cards': Xavier, who is a Sydney paramedic, was side of stage with Ricki-Lee to provide emergency assistance if a death-defying stunt went wrong.

‘Death is definitely on the cards’: Xavier, who is a Sydney paramedic, was side of stage with Ricki-Lee to provide emergency assistance if a death-defying stunt went wrong.

Dangerous! The magician was suspended upside down in a straitjacket above a bed of flaming spikes for the escape stunt (pictured) while on fire

Dangerous! The magician was suspended upside down in a straitjacket above a bed of flaming spikes for the escape stunt (pictured) while on fire

To make his act even more dangerous, Apollo – real name is Jake Spence – doused himself with gasoline and set himself alight.

‘I don’t know what’s gong to happen… but, death is definitely on the cards with this one,’ Xavier told host Ricki-Lee.

He was waiting in the wings with his emergency medical bag and looked on concerned as Apollo’s arm caught on fire during the stunt.

Luckily, Xavier didn’t need to perform his duties as a medic, as Apollo pulled off the stunt to the shock, and relief, of the show’s celebrity judges and audience.

On duty: Xavier was waiting in the wings with his emergency medical bag and looked on concerned as Apollo's arm caught on fire during the stunt

On duty: Xavier was waiting in the wings with his emergency medical bag and looked on concerned as Apollo’s arm caught on fire during the stunt

Hidden talents: Xavier is also an aspiring musician

Hidden talents: Xavier is also an aspiring musician

Xavier is one of nine housemates left vying for the $250,000 cash prize.

Australia will vote for a winner later this month during a live finale when there are only three contestants remaining.

Big Brother Australia continues Sunday at 7pm on Channel Seven  

Must-see TV: Big Brother Australia continues Sunday at 7pm on Channel Seven. Pictured: host Sonia Kruger

Must-see TV: Big Brother Australia continues Sunday at 7pm on Channel Seven. Pictured: host Sonia Kruger

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