ITV star Charlotte Hawkins apologises to Donny Osmond after red-faced GMB moment

Good Morning Britain star Charlotte Hawkins has apologised to music legend Donny Osmond after an 'awkward' moment on Good Morning Britain.

The star appeared on the morning programme on Monday, where he was instantly serenaded by Charlotte's on-screen co-presenter Adil Ray, who showed off his own version of his hit Puppy Love.

The 46-year-old newsreader was so ashamed of her co-star's performance that she took to Instagram to say sorry.

She wrote: "With apologies to @donnyosmond this morning on @gmb for @adilray's version of 'Puppy Love'…

"But fortunately we were treated to a live version from the man himself! #gmb #PuppyLove #DontGiveUpTheDayJobAdil."

Fans of GMB flooded the comments section to hail the twosome for such a great start to the week.

"Great job this morning on GMB loved the programme," cheered one online user.

A second agreed, chiming: "Fabulous show".

While a third person added: "Great show this morning. Especially your skewering of Raab.

"Love that the gammons hate Adil Ray. Seeing them shriek on social media an extra plus."

MP Dominic Raab appeared on the latest episode of the ITV favourite to discuss the heavily questioned gathering that is believed to have been a government Christmas party last year – while Covid-19 measures were in place.

The Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain showed his face via video link to discuss a photo that showcased Prime Minister Boris Johnson, his wife Carrie and Downing Street staff enjoying wine and cheese in a garden during lockdown.

Shouting over the MP, Adil asked: "Give me an example of another group of people who are not in Downing Street that could have done that?

"Give me an example of another group of people in the entire country on May 2020 who could finish work and sat there and had cheese and wine. Give me one example of another group of people."

As Dominic attempted to answer the question, he was cut off by Adil who now seemed annoyed that he wasn't getting any clear cut answers.

The MP then chirped back: "Sorry, you're doing the usual thing of trying to sort of…"

Adil interjected: "But you're doing the usual thing, Mr. Raab, of not answering the question and everyone can see that."

Good Morning Britain returns to ITV on Tuesday at 6am.

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