Good Morning Britain fans accuse Kate and Ben of ‘fake laughing’ at comedian
Good Morning Britain hosts Kate Garraway and Ben Shephard were left in stitches in today's studio, but viewers felt a little suspicious.
Impressions John Culshaw paid them a visit in the studio to mimic some of the UK's hugest politicians and celebs.
During his interview, Kate and Ben were giggling away, letting him know he'd nailed the impressions.
But over on Twitter, some viewers accused the duo of "faking" their laughter and said the entire conversation seemed a little forced.
One said: "The fake laughter…"
A second added: "Kate Garraway doing a great impression of someone doing a fake laugh."
While a third remarked: "Fake laughter from Ben and Kate…"
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The 51-year-old comic has been doing impressions since the late 90s and rose to fame on the BBC comedy series Dead Ringers.
In the studio today, he promoted his new comedy tour The Great British Take Off, which is kicking off later this year.
Before he left the green room, Kate and Ben got chatting with former UKIP leader Nigel Farage about Brexit.
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Kate was visibly irked by the interview, as after he left, she made a cheeky quip about the politician's bolshy accent.
Introducing John to the show, the hosts asked the comic to do an impression of Nigel's ranting.
As he did a jokey impression of the MEP, Kate started cracking up, and commented: "He was talking like that this morning, wasn’t he!"
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Nodding in agreement, Ben added: "Yes, he was."
On the show, John also did a few cracking impressions of Prime Minister Boris Johnson and scientist Brian Cox.
Good Morning Britain continues on weekdays at 6pm on ITV.
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