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Fans notice an unfortunate optical illusion in Julia Morris' racy shower selfie - so can you spot what's wrong with this image?By Moni

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Fans notice an unfortunate optical illusion in Julia Morris’ racy shower selfie – so can you spot what’s wrong with this image?

Julia Morris has shared her hilarious take on the ‘shower selfie’ trend on Instagram this week.

Posting to Instagram on Monday, the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! host, 52, uploaded a bizarre photo of her shadow while standing in the shower.   

Julia’s shower cap and nude silhouette could be seen in the shadow as Julia stood beneath the gushing faucet. 

Whoops! Fans noticed an unfortunate detail in Julia Morris' shower selfie on Monday - so an you tell what's wrong with this photo?

Whoops! Fans noticed an unfortunate detail in Julia Morris’ shower selfie on Monday – so an you tell what’s wrong with this photo? 

However, upon closer inspection, fans noticed that the drain was unfortunately positioned on top of the shadow’s groin region. 

Referring to the optical illusion, Julia wrote in the caption: ‘I was loving my shadow in the shower so much this morning, that I took a snap. Only later did I notice my drain #awks.’ 

Julia’s post was met with an avalanche of praise on Instagram, including one comment from singer Anthony Callea who uploaded a series of laughing/crying emojis. 

Optical illusion: Upon closer inspection, fans noticed that the drain was unfortunately positioned on top of the shadow's groin region

Optical illusion: Upon closer inspection, fans noticed that the drain was unfortunately positioned on top of the shadow’s groin region

Poking fun: Referring to the optical illusion, Julia (pictured) wrote in the caption: 'I was loving my shadow in the shower so much this morning, that I took a snap. Only later did I notice my drain #awks'

Poking fun: Referring to the optical illusion, Julia (pictured) wrote in the caption: ‘I was loving my shadow in the shower so much this morning, that I took a snap. Only later did I notice my drain #awks’ 

‘That’s a big cavity’, one fan giggled, while another added: ‘Looks like it’s got teeth!’ 

Julia’s fun-loving post comes weeks after Channel Ten denied claims her show I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! Australia will be axed despite low ratings.

Last year, the show launched to 980,000 viewers which was an overall decline from its 2018 premiere to 1.1 million viewers.

It's coming back! It comes weeks after Channel Ten denied claims that I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! Australia will be axed despite low ratings on Sunday. Pictured: Hosts Julia Morris and Dr Chris Brown

It’s coming back! It comes weeks after Channel Ten denied claims that I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! Australia will be axed despite low ratings on Sunday. Pictured: Hosts Julia Morris and Dr Chris Brown

Premiere: Last year, the show launched to 980,000 viewers which was an overall decline from its 2018 premiere to 1.1 million viewers. Pictured Charlotte Crosby and Ryan Gallagher

Premiere: Last year, the show launched to 980,000 viewers which was an overall decline from its 2018 premiere to 1.1 million viewers. Pictured Charlotte Crosby and Ryan Gallagher

However, earlier this month, Ten told Daily Mail Australia I’m a Celebrity will ‘certainly be airing in early 2021’.  

‘I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! will certainly air in early 2021 as planned. We are working on logistics and look forward to bringing the series to screens this summer,’ a Ten spokesperson said.

In 2018, season five of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! pulled in an audience of 1,098,000 in the five captial cities.

In comparison, I’m A Celebrity’s inaugural season in 2015 premiered to 1,199,000 viewers, and the first episode of the 2016 season drew an audience of 1,324,000.

In 2017, ratings for the first episode dipped to 1,103,000 viewers.

Ratings: In 2018, season five of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! pulled in an audience of 1,098,000 in the five captial cities

Ratings: In 2018, season five of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! pulled in an audience of 1,098,000 in the five captial cities 

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