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Sunday Brunch today: Show cuts to break after just minutes leaving viewers baffled

Channel 4 viewers couldn't work out what had happened

Sunday Brunch viewers were left baffled today when the Channel 4 show cut to break after just a few minutes.

Presenters Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer began the show as normal, introducing this week’s guests and revealing what was coming up.

Sunday Brunch viewers were left baffled (Credit: Channel 4)

What happened on Sunday Brunch today?

After welcoming former TOWIE star Mark Wright among other guests, the hosts did a few shoutouts to viewers.

However, the presenters then randomly cut to break leaving viewers at home confused.

Viewers rushed to Twitter to question what had happened.

“A very confusing morning… An advert after 3 minutes,” said one.

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A second tweeted: “They should have done this advert from the start?”

“Been on 3 minutes and there’s an ad break?” added a third.

When the show returned from the break, neither host addressed the bizarre timing.

The show then continued as normal, leaving viewers at home confused.

Vernon Kay was on last week’s show (Credit: Channel 4)

What happened last week on the show?

Last week on the show, I’m A Celebrity’s Vernon Kay revealed some campsite secrets.

He told Tim and Simon that when he signed up for the show, he thought it was going to be in Australia.

“And I went ‘ah well, see you next year,'” he joked.

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“I was hoping for the full-on tan, the Australian experience going down the beach and playing golf afterwards in that Versace Hotel place.

“It took a little bit of convincing for me to get it in my head that north Wales would be alright and actually, it was perfect.”

The star continued: “I enjoyed every single second of it and if you said ‘go in tomorrow’ I would because it was such an emotional time in there where we really got to know each other on an intimate basis.

“We had really deep, soulful, meaningful conversations with each other.

“I’ve heard since that if they do get the nod to go back to Australia, then they will,” he added. “So Wales will be put to one side. But I hope that it does go back to Wales.”

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