Thanks to his famous-faced mum Victoria Beckham, a clip of Cruz singing has gone viral and many have been impressed with his vocal talents, dubbing the youngest Beckham boy the new Justin Bieber.
But, proving (or should we say trying to prove) that anything Cruz can do, he can do better, Jamie decided to take him on with his own rendition of the same song.
Like Cruz had done, Jamie showcased his voice by belting out his rendition of 'Hope' by Twista, featuring Faith Evans. And you've got to give him props for technically singing in front of his 745,000 followers.
Giving it his all, Jamie joked alongside his post: "Move over Cruz."
While he thought he had what it takes to put himself out in front of Cruz, others weren't so convinced.
One user commented: "Don't give up the day job!" While another shared an emoji of a monkey covering its ears and wrote: "No Jamie."
There were others, though, who were a fan of Jamie's latest video and credited him on his rendition. One fan said: "Hilarious and just as cute!" While another told the reality star he was "too funny."
Jamie's video comes after he recently returned to our screens with the brand new series of Made In Chelsea.
Our Chelsea favourites are back and this time round, they have been joined by a few new faces - Jessica Molly Dixon and Olivia Bentley. Jessica is Tiffany Watson's flatmate, while Olivia is an ex-flame of Sam Thompson's.
So naturally, her arrival doesn't go down too well with Tiffany. In a preview of next week's episode, Tiffany is seen telling boyfriend Sam that she thinks Olivia is "harmless, but annoying."
Fans had seen her clash with Olivia in the first episode, after Tiffany learned Olivia had been speaking about Sam.
Meanwhile, Stephanie Pratt has set her sights on a taken Alex Mytton and Lucy Watson has teased her co-stars try to meddle in her relationship with boyfriend James Dunmore...
Made In Chelsea continues Monday 18 April at 9pm on E4.
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