Sunday Brunch left in chaos as chef 'walks off set' halfway through show | The Sun

SUNDAY Brunch was left in chaos after a chef 'walked off set' halfway through the show.

Simon Rimmer and Tim Lovejoy were joined by guests Al Murray, Samantha Womack and McFly's Dougie Poynter.

In the kitchen, chef Richard Corrigan was ready to cook up a storm, but he walked off set before the hosts could introduce him properly.

Simon said: "Also over there is Richard Corrigan, who I'll be cooking with in a little while…"

But Richard had already disappeared off screen forcing Tim to say: "He's gone, look! He just walked off.

"We didn't see him – can you come back into the shot, Richard?"

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The chef came back into shot as Simon joked: "Richard Corrigan has had more editing already than any episode ever for reasons of libel, swearing…"

He added cheekily: "If you ever get the chance to go out with Richard Corrigan for dinner, for a week, for life… do it. He's got so many great stories."

Later in the show, Sunday Brunch viewers were also perplexed by the way Samantha, 49, was sat at the table.

The former EastEnders actress sat cross legged on her chair, leading to a number of comments on Twitter.

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One wrote: "Why is Samantha Womack sat on a chair with legs in a yoga position while eating a meal?"

Another added: "Womack's got no legs!"

Meanwhile a third tweeted: "This Pilates video available to stream, legs on the table, Buddha stance under the table, Sam you are throwing some shapes…"

Sunday Brunch airs at 9.30am on Sundays on Channel 4.

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