MATT Willis has revealed a tattoo tribute to his wife Emma Willis.
The 39-year-old Busted star shared a look at the new ink on his social media, which he’s got on one of his fingers.
Tagging his TV presenter wife, Matt showed off a tattoo that reads “’Till Death” in italic font.
Emma and Matt share three children – Ace, Isabelle and Trixie – and the showbiz pair have been married since 2008.
Matt’s brand new tattoo comes as the musician was in the frame for a number of Masked Dancer characters, with some fans convinced Candlestick is the boyband star.
One person took to social media to pen: “My guess is Candlestick is Matt Willis.”
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Another fan of the hit show shared: “I reckon Candlestick is Matt Willis. He mentioned Wicked and I have no other reason to assume but I wanted to make sure my idea was shared.”
A third person said: “Candlestick has to be Matt Willis.”
Prior to Candlestick, fans were also convinced Matt was the famous face behind Cactus, who has since been revealed as choirmaster Gareth Malone.
It came as Cactus made a reference to Matt’s band Busted in their VT and, taking to Twitter, one person wrote: “MaskedDancerUK cactus would be Matt Willis. He mentioned busted, it showed a guitar pick. By God this show is f***ing dreadful."
One more echoed: "cactus Matt Willis 😏it has to be with the clues"
And a third said: "Cactus is Matt Willis 🌵 … possibly lol!"
Busted bassist Matt was in the band from 2000 until 2005.
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Matt went on to win 2006’s I’m A Celebrity before going into acting on TV and performing in the West End.
The star is set to lay bare his demons in a documentary about battles with drink and drugs, which is expected on screens next year.
It comes from the same production team that brought us Roman Kemp’s documentary, Our Silent Emergency, where he admitted suicidal thoughts.
A TV insider said: “This will be equally personal for Matt, as he has never delved so deep into his past before, at least not in public.
“It will reveal how some of his problems stemmed from a childhood where his parents made him feel he should conform to male stereotypes.
“That included telling him that boys don’t cry, which meant he never shed a tear until he was 29 years old.”
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