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Financial journalist Martin Lewis was left dumbfounded during the latest episode of Good Morning Britain after Andi Peters asked if him if he knew what QR stood for.
Martin, 49, was sat in the hot seat on Tuesday morning alongside co-host Susanna Reid, 50, and informed viewers that they can pledge time to help loneliness with their 1 million a minutes campaign.
However, the presenter was left speechless when Andi, 51, questioned if he knew the meaning of the two letters QR which lead him to take an uncomfortably long pause before he gave his answer.
Susanna also wasn't too sure what the answer was and tried to move the conversation on quickly.
Seeing the awkward look on their faces, Andi said: "It means quick response."
Martin also admitted that he was fairly nervous to show viewers how the QR scan can will work from their screens.
But later on in the programme, the money expert was forced to show viewers how it was done.
Providing a demonstration, Martin said: "Here we go, let's go over to camera one over here. There's a QR code at the bottom let's hope it links that in."
Sitting on the desk, newsreader Charlotte Hawkins giggled: "What could possibly go wrong?"
Martin continued: "I will go to the camera page on my phone, most modern phones do this automatically some will need a QR scanner. If I just put that on there saying pledge your time, turn into the QR code!
"So hopefully it will recognise it, come on phone," he pleaded.
After a few long seconds later, the QR scan worked, leaving Martin relieved.
But the presenter still wasn't able to provide viewers with the correct definition of the letters QR.
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