Good Morning Britain host Richard Bacon shocks viewers as “unprofessional” after he dropped his pants while doing the show.
Viewers of Good Morning Britain on Friday were shocked by Richard Bacon’s “unprofessional” dress.
Unfazed by the cold December temperatures, the host, 46, wore shorts and flip-flops as he appeared on the show alongside Kate Garroway, 54.
Kate joked about how she put “all that effort” into matching the shoes, while Richard was “letting down the side down.”
There: Good Morning Britain viewers left in a row Friday over Richard Bacon’s outfits
Richard said sarcastically, “I thought it was Christmas Day Kate, I never wore pants on Christmas!”
His clothing choice received a mixed bag of reviews, with some describing it as “playful”, while others saw it as “unprofessional”.
Meanwhile, others have referred to the “five-size hotel slippers that are too small.”
Brave: The host, 46, was unfazed by the cold December temperatures and wore camo shorts and flip-flops as he appeared on the show alongside Kate Garraway, 54.
One viewer wrote: “Is it just me or does he need a bigger pair of slippers that don’t look really comfy!”
Last coined: ‘Hilarious [laughing emoji] It’s better to have something to laugh at than gloom and gloom.
Uther disagreed, a disgruntled user wrote: “What unprofessional…” with a fourth chant: “This is bad…especially at breakfast.”
Conflicting: His choice of outfit received a mixed set of reviews, with some calling it “funny,” while others thought it “unprofessional.”
Funny: Richard quipped: “I thought it was Christmas Day Kate, I never wore pants on Christmas!”
Later, Richard came back to reveal that he had swapped out his cropped pants for stylish ones.
“I can confirm that the shorts are gone,” he said, “I’m wearing pants, with Christmas stockings and sorts.”
Kate added, “Go ahead and then Richard go show them you can respectfully display the QR code.”
Now wearing a full-length pair, the TV presenter got up from his chair to show viewers how easy it is to pledge time with the GMB app.
At the beginning of December, the Weekday Morning Program kicked off its annual volunteer campaign, which aims to support lonely and mentally ill people during the holidays.
Switch: Later, Richard returns to reveal that he has swapped out his shorts for stylish pants