Throughout the Rugby World Cup, Good Morning Britain's Richard Arnold has been reporting from host nation Japan.
Throughout his time in the Land of the Rising Sun, Richard has been sampling some of the country's weirder slices of life.
And today (24.9.19) he spoke to hosts Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid live from a cat cafe and he had a surprise for them - two Japanese lookalikes.
Speaking about the latest games in the World Cup, Richard then surprised Piers and Susanna back in the studio.
"I am missing you both, words I never thought I'd utter," he said.
I have hired a Piers and Susanna for you. And not only do they look like you, they sound like you.
"So I have hired a Piers and Susanna for you. And not only do they look like you, they sound like you."
He then introduced Hero and Irene, with Hero proceeding to wave his hands in the air and shout Piers's catchphrase "the world's gone nuts!" in his strong Japanese accent.
"What am I looking at?" Piers asked, flabbergasted.
Irene then waved her hands around and
As Hero repeated the catchphrase, Richard got up out of his seat and walked off, exasperated.
Meanwhile, Piers said: "Yeah, we get it" and wiped tears of laughter away from his eyes.
As the whole studio erupted into laughter, fans took to Twitter to respond.
One user wrote: "Love them. Gave me a big smile this morning."
"Piers Morgan speechless for a change," another joked.
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