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Fans blame Guy Sebastian as a ‘fashion victim’ for his sleeveless mustard suit on The Voice

‘Noooooo’: fans call Guy Sebastian a ‘fashion victim’ and slap him for his sleeveless mustard suit on The Voice

Judge Guy Sebastian is known for his bold outfit choices on The Voice Australia.

Fans, however, quickly slapped the 38-year-old as a ‘fashion victim’ for the sleeveless mustard suit he wore during The Playoff’s on Sunday night’s episode.

By posting a behind-the-scenes video of the episode on his Instagram account on Sunday, followers didn’t hesitate to let the singer hear their thoughts on his fashion choices.

Fashion faux pas: Viewers slammed Guy Sebastian for the sleeveless mustard suit he wore on Sunday night's The Playoff episode.

Fashion faux pas: Viewers slammed Guy Sebastian for the sleeveless mustard suit he wore on Sunday night’s The Playoff episode.

“Love your Guy … but that sleeveless suit is just too ….. also … er … well … just too fashion victim,” said one user.

Another commented: you’re an absolute trendsetter with everything you wear, BUT what’s going on with that mustard sleeveless suit … Noooooo Guy Nooooo

Of course, not everyone hated the daring suit choice of the guys with some followers saying, “I like the outfit.”

Say their opinion: Followers had a lot to say about Guy's bold choice of outfit for The Playoff's

Say their opinion: Followers had a lot to say about Guy's bold choice of outfit for The Playoff's

Say their opinion: Followers had a lot to say about Guy’s bold choice of outfit for The Playoff’s

Not a fan: Usually impressed by Guy's progressive looks, followers were not happy with the mustard suit

Not a fan: Usually impressed by Guy's progressive looks, followers were not happy with the mustard suit

Not a fan: Usually impressed by Guy’s progressive looks, followers were not happy with the mustard suit

Guy’s suit is custom-made by Belancé World, whose jackets sell for around $ 1,250, while pants sell for around $ 400.

He also wore Sebago shoes and was decorated with jewelry from Miansai and Thomas Sabo.

On his Instagram story, Guy attributed his styling to Sydney-based stylists Dale Mckie.

Mixed response: Not everyone hated the daring suit choice of the guys with some followers saying 'Love the outfit'

Mixed response: Not everyone hated the daring suit choice of the guys with some followers saying 'Love the outfit'

Mixed response: Not everyone hated the daring suit choice of the guys with some followers saying ‘Love the outfit’

In the video he posted, Guy said it was “so good” to film the reality series back in the video he posted and thanked the crew for their hard work.

“The Playoffs are starting tonight at @thevoiceau … these were supposed to be filmed in late March and it was delayed when the wheels of the world fell,” he captioned the video.

“The team has done some sensational work to allow us to continue filming The Voice, but it’s a bit different …”

Back to business: Guy said it was 'so good' to film the reality series back in the video he posted and thanked the crew for their hard work during the pandemic

Back to business: Guy said it was 'so good' to film the reality series back in the video he posted and thanked the crew for their hard work during the pandemic

Back to business: Guy said it was ‘so good’ to film the reality series back in the video he posted and thanked the crew for their hard work during the pandemic

Guy further explained how it was a ‘very strange’ experience to film without an audience.

He also said that he “felt for the artists” because there is no cheers or claps after their performance by an audience.

This is because viewers on Twitter have weighed in on producers who choose to play ‘fake laughter’ amid the absence of a live studio

Insecure: viewers have weighed on Twitter over producers who choose to play 'fake laughter' amid the absence of a live studio

Insecure: viewers have weighed on Twitter over producers who choose to play 'fake laughter' amid the absence of a live studio

Insecure: viewers have weighed on Twitter over producers who choose to play ‘fake laughter’ amid the absence of a live studio

Not happy: Several viewers said they didn't like including 'fake laughter' in the series

Not happy: Several viewers said they didn't like including 'fake laughter' in the series

Not happy: Several viewers said they didn’t like including ‘fake laughter’ in the series

“Can we please remove the fake audience on #TheVoiceAU, it is so distracting,” an online shared.

Another said: ‘#TheVoiceAU sorts the sound levels! So much fake crowd noise isn’t necessary – I can’t hear the singers. Great work that compromises. ‘

The Voice Australia continues on Channel Nine at 7:30 PM Monday.

Not a cheer squad: Guy said he 'felt for the performers' because there's no cheers or claps after an audience performance while filming during the pandemic

Not a cheer squad: Guy said he 'felt for the performers' because there's no cheers or claps after an audience performance while filming during the pandemic

Not a cheer squad: Guy said he ‘felt for the performers’ because there’s no cheers or claps after an audience performance while filming during the pandemic

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