This Morning presenter Alison Hammond was left blushing after guest Paul Hollywood made a cheeky innuendo while on the show.
Hollywood joined Hammond and her co-star Dermot O'Leary on the ITV morning show to discuss all things festive baking, but couldn't resist chucking a few quips here and there that left Alison laughing.
Paul said: "Go out and buy some ready made puff pastry, use that for your mince pie. Put your mince meat inside, with your mandarins, everything else, fold it all up like Santa's sack and then bake it off."
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The celebrity chef flashed a knowing look over to the two presenters and Alison tried to contain herself but let out a cheeky giggle.
Dermot also smiled as Alison chuckled again, which left Dermot trying to steer the conversation to something else.
He noted that he "couldn't wait for the food" to try and distract Alison and the trio moved on.
Later on in the show, Hollywood made a blasphemous comment that gave him a new nickname from Dermot.
Paul suggested that viewers buy a large try of shop-bought donuts and do a little DIY – pump them full of chocolate ganache and decorate them on top.
Alison and Dermot were shocked to hear his suggestion and Dermot didn't hold back.
He joked: "Love it when naughty Paul shows up!"
Viewers on Twitter joked that he is the "sleaziest chef ever" while others questioned if he was "being serious".
Paul's appearance on the show will be some comic relief after viewers were recently told that "poo particles" could be found on self checkouts.
Phillip Schofield hosted the show and Dr Zoe sat with him to discuss all manner of health issues.
She informed viewers that a new study had revealed that the fecal bacteria had been found on the self-checkout machines, along with "traces of the human vagina".
Schofield was clearly disgusted by the statement and screwed up his face in horror as fans took to Twitter to comment on the study.
Fans demanded that self-checkouts "come with a warning" while another said that they will "never use self service again".
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