GOOD Morning Britain anchors Richard Madeley and Ranvir Singh were called out by fans following an on-air "blunder."
The presenting duo were fronting the ITV show amid a huge line-up shake-up.
Richard, 66, and Ranvir, 45, were covering the opening day of the junior doctors strike in the UK – with Brits warned to "use the NHS wisely."
Yet as they panned to a dual screen interview, fans called out a blooper.
As one expert was talking about the strike on one half of the screen, live scenes of a picket line were broadcast on the other.
This meant the Good Morning Britain duo were off-screen and, while their faces could not be seen, they could be heard whispering to each other.
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While the exact words could not be heard, their muffled snippets of conversation were picked up by the microphone.
One took to Twitter to put: "What were they just whispering about?"
After it happened a second time, another added: "Ranvir we can hear you whispering over the mic while people are talking."
The fan warnings came just a day after Richard stunned fans – and co-host Ranvir – with a gross story live on air.
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