Chris Kamara appeared on Good Morning Britain today and left everyone in stitches after admitting he had no trousers on.
The former footballer went on the ITV talk show to discuss restarting the Premiere League season and things went left really quickly.
At the same time, hosts Ben Shephard and Ranvir Singh were interviewing the ‘Skipping Sikh’, a 73-year-old man who was skipping and exercising to raise money for the NHS.
The pensioner was also amazing at doing hand stands, so host Ben thought it would be a great idea to ask Kammy to do the same.
‘We can’t have you there without doing some sort of exercise,’ Ben grinned. ‘Can you do a handstand up the wall?’
Chris, already holding in his laughter, replied: ‘I haven’t got any trousers on!’
Weird, because the same exact thing happened on Good Morning America, when reporter Will Reeve appears on screen in a shirt, blazer and boxers.Ben burst into laughter (Picture: ITV) Oops, he forgot his trousers (Picture: ITV)
The studio burst into laughter as we all relate to the classic zoom meeting attire.
Ranvir egged him on, chanting: ‘Prove it! Prove it! Prove it!’
Oh no, please don’t.
Fans were just as delighted at the confession, with one saying: ‘Never change Kammy.’
‘Lmao #tbf can imagine majority of people are only dressed from waist up if broadcasting from home in the early morning,’ another amused viewer commented.
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A third howled: ‘@chris_kammy absolutely brilliant on @GMB this morning @benshephard – get some trousers on Kammy!!’
Last week, Men Behaving Badly star Martin Clunes appeared on Good Morning Britain in his PJs and, weirdly, it’s all starting to feel unnervingly normal…
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