Masked Singer judge Jenny McCarthy looks unrecognizable without makeup as she shows fans her face early in the morning

THE Masked Singer’s Jenny McCarthy looked completely unrecognizable as she went makeup-free in a new video.

The reality show judge, 48, showed fans what she looks like when she wakes up in the morning  – fresh face, messy hair and all.

Jenny re-created a TikTok trend of women showing off their “mom bun” as a narration plays in the background.

While wearing a gray, “Life is short, don’t be a d*ck” sweatshirt, Jenny appeared totally different from her usual TV self.

The actress is known for her perfectly-styled hair, her darkly-lined eyes and thick lashes.

She ditched it all for the new TikTok video, which she captioned: “Bun club.”

As the clip started, Jenny stood in front of the camera without any makeup on as she took out her bun from the night before.

After releasing the hair tie, her platinum blonde hair continued to stick up and out on its own.

She then took the same elastic, which she showed was completely covered in pieces of her hair, and put her tresses right back into a top knot.

While Jenny redid her look, the sound of another woman narrated in the background: “Listen, it’s simple. 

“If you’re not a mom that wakes up, undoes her messy bun and then redoes her messy bun with the messy bun from yesterday, we can’t be friends.”

Fans thanked the Masked Singer star for being so “real” and “relatable.”

One user commented: “I love you coming here no makeup and a mess. Thank you – real life.”

Another said: “I think people underestimate how relatable you are.”

A third wrote that “she’s like the rest of us,” though she usually has “her own hair and makeup people.”

Over the last few weeks, Jenny has been supporting her husband Donnie Wahlberg as he mourns the loss of his mother, Alma.

The Wahlberg matriarch died on April 18 at 78 years old.

The funeral was held at the Saint Teresa Of Calcutta church in Dorchester, Massachusetts last month, and Jenny was there by Donnie's side.

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