Sunday Brunch viewers got more than they bargained for this morning, when a guest wore a rather revealing outfit.
Fans tuning in to watch Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer serving up banter and brunch were shocked by what else was on display.
Singer Anne-Marie was one of the guests, sporting a lilac shirt which was extremely low cut and also tied high above her waist.
Anne Marie should put a cardi on, it's breakfast time FGS.
The Ciao Adios singer was there to chat with the hosts and also perform her new single Heavy.
But it was Anne-Marie’s wardrobe rather than her talent that had viewers talking…
“Just turned on and that bird has forgotten her top! Bit much for Sunday morning #bapsout!” tweeted one viewer.
While others added: “Anne Marie should put a cardi on, it's breakfast time FGS” and “#SundayBrunch someone tell Anne Marie her shirt’s fallen off.”
And a fourth was clearly worried about how much more flesh might be flashed, tweeting: “The young lady on the end of the row shouldn't move too quickly. Her boobs are just about staying covered. Bless her.”
At least it would have helped host Simon Rimmer keep his eyes open.
The chef – who is also taking part in this year’s Strictly – revealed that all the rehearsals and yesterday’s shows had left him exhausted.
An exhausted-looking Simon, 54, admitted he was so tired he could do with a “little weep”.
It had been quite the night for him on Saturday, after he found himself in the dreaded dance-off on Strictly Come Dancing.
He and his professional partner Karen Clifton had performed a Charleston to ‘Fit as a Fiddle’ from Singing In The Rain, but found themselves at the bottom of the leader board.
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And after the viewer votes had been added to the judges’ scores, Simon ended up in the bottom two with Brian Conley and his partner Amy.
After they both danced again, all three judges chose to save Simon and Karen.
So let’s hope he’s getting used to those late nights and being tired, as he will be in the competition for at least one more week.