ALEX Jones was left floored on The One Show when her co-host delivered a shock blow to her appearance.
The Welsh TV presenter was fronting the show alongside regular co-host Jermaine Jenas when he shocked her with a remark about her fake tan.
During a chat about the success of the England Lionesses, Jermaine made the comment as part of an analogy to football.
Lioness Leah Williamson sat on the sofa of the BBC One show alongside the starts of the TV series Ted Lasso which led to Jermaine's comments about how they had 'real and fake' footballers on the programme.
Loveable Jermaine then said: "You've got a retired footballer," referring to himself before continuing by labelling the guests: "Proper footballer, fake footballer, fake coach…"
He then bizarrely added to Alex: "And you love a bit of fake tan".
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Unsure quite how to respond to the comment, Alex stared down the camera as she was left lost for words.
She finally said: "By the way, that's fine, otherwise I'd be ghostly."
Digging himself a bigger hole, the ex-pro footballer then added to her: "You would be ghostly."
It comes after Alex was the one doing the swiping herself recently when she offered up a killer blow to Danny Dyer about his latest project.
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The actor and TV presenter, best known for playing Mick Carter on EastEnders, appeared on the teatime talk show alongside Strictly's Ellie Taylor to promote their new Netflix gameshow, Cheat.
Asking Ellie for some help describing what he does on the show, Alex quickly swooped in and said: "The thing is Ellie asks the questions and you’re faffing about really."
She then tried to soften the blow, by adding: “You know, sort of on the side with the contestants, in the nicest possible way.”
Thankfully Danny saw the funny side of the moment as those in the studio could be heard giggling at the off-handed comment.
"I sort of am, yeah. When we were filming I thought I was doing a lot but actually, when I watched it, I thought, ‘you’re not doing much in it’," he laughed.
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