BBC Morning Live forced to end chat early as X-rated act spotted in background

The hosts of BBC 's morning show Morning Live were forced to end an interview early after a raunchy act was spotted in the background.

Host Gethin Jones had been speaking to Call the Midwife Helen George ahead of the upcoming Christmas special. Due to being unable to join the hunky Welshman in the studio, Helen opted to do the interview from her bedroom.

Donning a fluffy pink jumper, Helen looked stunning, showing off her wavy luscious locks during the interview. She also kept the makeup to a minimum as she took on a natural look for her chat with the former Blue Peter presenter.

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Alongside Helen during the course of the interview was Helen's furry friend, Charlie. Whilst Helen was discussing her time filming the programme and the impact that the show has had, Charlie seemed disinterested as he lay on George's bed.

Helen had been talking about landing a new role in a play with Gethin: "It's definitely a new world for me. Although I've done theatre before, this is the biggest theatre role that I've done, so I need a lot of protein."

Towards the end of the interview, however, things took a turn as the pooch found a new way to keep himself entertained. Whilst chatting to Helen, Gethin admitted that Charlie had been stealing the show.

"It's amazing, you are for sure the star of the stage," Gethin gushed. "But quite frankly Charlie's been the star of today's Morning Live."

As attention turned to the pooch, Helen saw the dog licking his private parts. Absolutely mortified, she pleaded with her pooch whilst she covered the act with her hand: "Charlie stop!"

The studio crew were left in stitches, as Gethin quipped: "He's a bit busy now. Yeah, maybe this is a good time to say goodbye." As Helen burst into fits of laughter, the crew could be heard screaming: "Amazing!"

Helen tried to keep her composure as she continued to cover Charlie, who was still licking his privates. Jones carried on with the cheeky comments as he tried to steer the show away from the dog's naughty antics: "People are still eating their shortbread, Helen!"

Morning Live airs every weekday at 9:15am on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.

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