Remember Joe McFadden and Katya Jones’ insane lift at the end of their last Strictly Come Dancing performance? Well, somebody convinced Good Morning Britain’s Kate Garraway and Richard Arnold to recreate the move on their show. And it didn’t quite go to plan.
As Garraway leant back with the support of co-host Ben Shepard, she attempted to lift the showbiz presenter’s legs, shouting “I’m not secure! I’m not secure!”
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It was then that Garraway’s hold failed and Arnold collapsed over her.
Here's a brilliant moment in British broadcasting history! @RichardAArnold and @kategarraway try the #StrictlyCoreChallenge – and it's hilarious! ????????????https://t.co/G4yc7mm1t9 pic.twitter.com/N22OgVZbQN
— Good Morning Britain (@GMB) December 15, 2017
And it led to a sight that left some viewers extremely perplexed.
— Darren Dutton (@DazzoD1) December 15, 2017
— Rebecca Dundon (@Rebeccadundon1) December 15, 2017
After the tumble, Garraway had to get her make-up re-done after laughing so much.
“Can I just apologise to everybody including Richard for that appalling performance? I thought I knew Richard Arnold really well. Now, I know him really well,” she told viewers at home.
She also suggested who could be next to take on the move: “I think what Theresa May and Jean-Claude Juncker should do is the core challenge.”
Well, we can’t say we wouldn’t watch.
Good Morning Britain in on weekdays at 6am on ITV