FIONA Bruce's guest appearance on the Antiques Roadshow had everyone talking, but for a very unexpected reason.
The presenter appeared on the BBC show on Sunday, December 19, for a special Christmas epiosde, taking a break from her usual TV gig.
Typically seen on Question Time, Fiona presented the one-off antiques show from a stunning Tudor mansion in Hampshire.
Experts got into the nitty gritty of a number of different treasures during the hour-long episode, looking at the likes of vintage toys and even an incredibly valuable letter written by Lord of the Rings author JRR Tolkien, addressed to a fan.
However, it wasn't the rare finds that had fans captivated, but rather Fiona's outfit choice.
The 57-year-old had opted for a bold orange knitted jumper for the presenting gig, with her shoulder length brunette bob and short fringe blow-dried for some volume,
Though at first, Fiona's casual outfit choice didn't come across particularly striking, it didn't take long for viewers to draw a similarity to a certain cartoon character.
Fans of the show headed to Twitter where they all discussed Fiona's apparent similarity to Scooby Doo's Velma.
One tweeted a picture of the character, writing alongside it: "I knew I'd seen Fiona's jumper before".
He added: "#AntiquesRoadshow #ScoobyDoo".
Plenty of other viewers weren't impressed with how casual Fiona had dressed for the Christmas episode, as one commented: "Fiona just missing a hoodie #antiquesroadshow".
Another agreed: "Fiona's looking a bit relaxed tonight. The trackie-bottoms are throwing me off a bit #AntiquesRoadshow".
And another Twitter used stated: "And we're off #AntiquesRoadshow at Christmas.
"Fiona sporting a little festive burn orange".
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