The presenter, 60, didn't fill Steve with optimism when she started shaving his hair, admitting she was nervous about what she was doing asking, "Are you sure about this?" before going, "Oh my God, oh my God, oh my God" as she started.
Lorraine added: "I'm frightened in case I give you a pure balder!"
'I’m frightened in case I give you a pure balder’
The words you never want to hear from your hairdresser! 😂
— Good Morning Britain (@GMB) April 24, 2020
Gingerly using the clippers, Lorraine looks terrified as she begins the cut while Steve tells her: "You have to get in there."
Lorraine replies: "I'd rather do it gently than take your ear off or something," before promptly catching Steve's ear with him exclaiming, "OW!".
Aside from the near-miss with Steve's ear, Lorraine soon got into the swing of things, moving on to using scissors to trim the top of his hair.
Trimming the front of Steve's hair Lorraine comments: "It looks terrible," but Steve seems happy enough.
"Maybe it will look better when you wash it," Lorraine adds hopefully.
Lorraine and Steve have a daughter, Rosie, 23, who works as a charity support worker in Singapore.
Lorraine became tearyThe star recently broke down while talking to her daughter live on air via videolink while Rosie described how Singapore is handling the coronavirus crisis.
At the end of the chat, Lorraine's voice wobbled as she said: "It's so good to talk to you baby, it's so good to see your wee face."
Lorraine continued: "I do miss you. Stay safe love."
On March 25, Lorraine revealed why her daughter Rosie will not be coming home from Singapore amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
The shaken Good Morning Britain host explained she felt Singapore have a "better handle" on the crisis that the UK.
"She was coming home but now in a way I think she is better off there, I really do," she said.
"They really have a handle on it. They have done from the very start..we need to catch up."
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