Lorraine viewers were left puzzled on Thursday after Paul McCartney's daughter Mary McCartney appeared on the hit ITV show.
Mary was booked on Lorraine to talk about her new vegetarian cookery series.
However, despite going into passionate detail about why she hopes a plant based diet will be adopted by more of us, she distracted viewers by her bouncing around during the chat.
During the chat, Mary appeared to be wobbling about as if on an exercise ball.
While the camera stopped above her waist, Mary could be seen moving about with her shoulders often sliding from side to side as if she was trying to retain her balance.
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Ever the professional, host Lorraine didn't reference the unusual behaviour, though it didn't take long for fans of the show to comment.
Taking to social media, the viewers tweeted their bemusement – with some joking she was giving them motion sickness.
One viewer asked: "Why can’t Mary McCartney sit still being interviewed by Lorraine on GMB?"
Another moaned: "I wish Mary McCartney would sit still ! #lorraine"
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A third chimed in: "Is she bouncing on a ball or something?? I’m getting motion sickness just looking at her! #lorraine."
"I don’t get it, is Mary McCartney sat on an exercise ball, or a space hopper?" another tweeted.
"Why is she bouncing up and down, swaying and just not sitting still for her interview??
"I literally never watch TV and then switch on to this…. hmm. Off. #lorraine."
A fifth even branded the chat the worst they had seen in a long time.
The unimpressed viewer hit out: "This has to be the worst at home interview I have seen in a while, wasn’t listening… I just kept thinking why is she bobbing around, was waiting for her falling over. #lorraine."
Explaining how she has tested all of her new TV recipes out her Beatles father, Mary told Lorraine: "I came up with them in lockdown one and tested them out on all my family.
"Dad likes Mexican things but apart from that we eat traditionally."
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