Richard Arnold joined Ben Shephard and Charlotte Hawkins in the Good Morning Britain studio on Friday as he chatted about his latest visit to The Rocky Horror Show.
The entertainment presenter got into full character as he interviewed some of the West End cast.
In a pre-recorded video clip, the GMB host dressed up as Frank N Furter, where he donned a red corset and stockings.
He even tried his hand at performing some of the dance moves to the iconic track, Time Warp.
“What better way to mark a golden jubilee than inviting this old queen to the stage,” Richard told viewers.
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As it cut to the clip, Richard joked about his outfit: “Needless to say this came down from my loft.”
However, as they cut back to the studio, Ben pointed out that he could see his co-star’s nipples in his outfit.
Many fans also took to Twitter to share their thoughts on Richard Arnold’s costume.
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@garyderrick10 shared: “Too early for Richards nips..#GMB.”
@watchfanuk said: “I wasn’t prepared for Richard Arnold doing The Time Warp this morning.”
While @FlopsyPickle added: “I’m no prude but do we really need to see Richard Arnold in a pair of knickers, basque, stockings and suspenders and heels? #gmb #GoodMorningBritain.”@Ben198916 raged: “#GMB no one needs to see this wtf.”
@kev_g63 went on to complain: “Jesus I’ve just brought my breakfast up we don’t need to see that image #gmb.” (sic)
“Jesus..what did I just see..looked up from my phone and Richard Arnold is in a corset and feather boa….#gmb,” @garyderrick10 tweeted.
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV.
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