Panellist on Loose Women Jane Moore was left looking more than red-faced during a recent trip to an art exhibition.
Jane, 57, had decided to "stand out from the crowd" and so opted for a red leather jacket for the VIP event, teamed with a black jumper.
But unfortunately for the journalist, she ended up dressing exactly the same as her fellow showbiz pal Kate Thornton, right down to the hairstyle!
Taking their wardrobe fail in good spirits, Jane grabbed telly star Kate for a photograph before sharing it with fans on Instagram.
She then admitted they had been compared to Michael Jackson in the video for Thriller. Double oops!
Jane wrote: "So there I was thinking that the vintage red leather jacket I got from a charity shop would be a devilish way to stand out from the crowd at Lincoln Townley's art exhibition, then along came Kate Thornton in a near identical one!
So there I was thinking that the vintage red leather jacket I got from a charity shop would be a devilish way to stand out from the crowd..
"We were likened to a Michael Jackson tribute act by a couple of people but we just told them to, ahem, Beat It."
Jane was met with a flurry of comments from amused fans, though most thought both she and Kate looked great.
One wrote: "Looks like you're not the only one with great taste, looking fabulous in the red coat Jane, you're beautiful [sic]."
Another said: "Ladies in red lol you both look lovely!"
A third penned: "What good taste you must both have."
Earlier this month, Loose Women celebrated its 20th anniversary on telly screens.
Jane was one of the original panellists and paid tribute to the popular ITV lunchtime show, saying it is "the best job in television".
Alongside a photograph of some of her co-stars, Jane said: "20 years ago, I got a call to ask if I would come along for an audition for a new TV show called Loose Women.
"With a name like that, it's fair to say that I was sceptical, but after passing the test and being teamed up with Kaye Adams and Nadia Sawalha I decided it was worth giving it a go.
"And here we all are, still at it - give or take a few breaks in between - after 20 years."
She added: "I have made lifelong friendships with all of them and, suffice to say, it's the best job in television.
"And its longevity is totally down to you, the viewers. So thank you and here's to the best 20 years."
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