Health secretary Matt Hancock was chased into the BBC studios live on ITV breakfast show Good Morning Britain on Tuesday.
GMB host Piers Morgan was desperate to speak with Mr Hancock about the latest coronavirus vaccine news.
The ambush came as the Conservative government has boycotted Good Morning Britain for 196 days.
Piers, 55, and Susanna 49, wanted to get a Government minister to speak with them regarding the coronavirus vaccine.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock, 42, was outside the BBC studios and ITV journalist Nick Dixon, 49, was ready and waiting to interview him 196 days after the last Government representative was on the show.
After the politician finished speaking with Sky News, the reporter ambushed him and for the first time in months, GMB viewers got to hear from a Government minister.
After getting some answers, Nick then chased Hancock into the BBC studios as he tried to ask yet more questions.
Viewers at home were divided by Nick's interview technique.
Taking to Twitter, one fan penned: "TV Gold this morning from Nick Dixon when it comes to the government regarding the relative news of Rona & the vaccine."
Another added: "Fantastic job by Nick Dixon outside the BBC this morning and trying to get some words from Matt Hancock regarding the vaccine.
"They’ve refused to appear on GMB for almost 200 days for fear of robust questioning regarding Coronavirus pandemic.
A third person posted: "Chasing Matt Hancock totally unnecessary, he’s answered."
While a fourth said: "As much as I don’t like Matt Hancock, chasing after him after He didn’t have to stop and talk is just childish."
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