The One Show fans are NOT happy after spotting 'garish and horrible' studio transformation

THE One Show fans have been left less than impressed with the studio’s brand new transformation. 

BBC One viewers have been stumped this week at the new overhaul – which traded in some of well-known decor for something a little different. 


Known for its bright and bold colour scheme of greens, reds and purples, The One Show’s new look was far more toned down. 

Their neon green sofa was traded in for a more pastel forest green, while the bright purple backdrop was now a series of wooden slats, and a giant wall dedicated to a light up sign bearing the show’s name. 

With throwbacks to sixties decor, the coffee table – previously a futuristic, large clear plastic – was replaced by two smaller round tables and an orange rug. 

As the new look made its debut, fans made no secret that they were really not a fan of what they were seeing. 

Taking to Twitter, one wrote: “May start a government petition to bring back the old One Show studio. The current one is hurting my eyes”

“The @BBCTheOneShow studio looking like the set of a 90s Saturday morning children's show,” said another, while a third labelled it simply “too garish”.  

“Honestly…. awful. How have you made it look older than the old set?” said another. 

“Lilac, pale green, peach and oak with a black, red and white logo. The lighting makes it look like a waiting room. A step backwards.”

While the new set might not be to everyone’s taste, Jermaine Jenas and Samantha Quek surprised fans yesterday with the return of Alex Jones. 

Alex is currently on maternity leave after giving birth to her third child, but called in from home to introduce the world to her baby girl. 

The team called her while she was breastfeeding, so the baby was covered up, but Alex revealed she had named the tot Annie. 

Alex and her insurance broker husband, Charlie Thompson, are already parents to sons, Teddy, four, and Kit, two.

The One Show airs weekdays from 7pm on BBC One.

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