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Sheridan Smith is left mortified as her dogs start ‘humping’ behind her during chaotic interview

Sheridan Smith is left mortified as her dogs start ‘humping’ behind her during a VERY chaotic live This Morning interview

Sheridan Smith was mortified as her dogs started ‘humping’ behind her, leaving Holly Willoughby red-faced on Wednesday’s This Morning.

The Cilla star, 39, was telling the presenter, 39, and Phillip Schofield, 58, about her new BBC dog grooming show Pooch Perfect, while her four pets played behind her.

Sheridan’s dogs appeared to be in good spirits as they animatedly scrapped with each other, before their games seemed to take an unexpectedly intimate turn.

 Surprising: Sheridan Smith was left mortified as her dogs start ‘humping’ behind her during a VERY chaotic live This Morning interview on Wednesday

Prior to the racy interaction, Sheridan apologised to Holly and Phil as the dogs were playing together, with Holly asking: ‘Is that normal behaviour for them behind you? Just checking everything is okay.’

Feeling embarrassed, Sheridan said: ‘No, this is normal. They said they wanted chaos, I’m sorry, and I said are you sure?’

She attempted to calm down the dogs as they continued to play with each other, but she joked to Holly and Phil: ‘You can tell I’m really good with my dogs they’re well trained.’

Further chaos ensued when one dog appeared to jump up behind the other one, suggesting that they were going to get intimate.

Awkward: Sheridan was trying to talk about her new show Pooch Perfect as her dogs animatedly scrapped with each other before their games took the unexpectedly intimate turn

Embarrassed: Prior to the racy interaction, Sheridan apologised to Holly and Phil as the dogs were playing together, with Holly asking: 'Is that normal behaviour?'

Embarrassed: Prior to the racy interaction, Sheridan apologised to Holly and Phil as the dogs were playing together, with Holly asking: ‘Is that normal behaviour?’

Sheridan looked shocked as she tried to cover up the screen with her hands, as Phil laughed and said: ‘oh, oh hello!’

Getting red-faced, Holly added: ‘I don’t know if I should look away!’

Trying to alleviate the situation, Phil then quipped: ‘Possibly you could tighten the shot slightly, tilt up!’ 

Oops: Further chaos ensued when one dog appeared to jump up behind the other one, suggesting that they were going to get intimate as Phil laughed and said: ‘oh, oh hello!’

Hysterical: Getting red-faced, Holly said 'I don't know if I should look away!', while Phil quipped: 'Possibly you could tighten the shot slightly, tilt up!'

Hysterical: Getting red-faced, Holly said ‘I don’t know if I should look away!’, while Phil quipped: ‘Possibly you could tighten the shot slightly, tilt up!’

Viewers couldn’t help but get distracted during the interview by the dogs, and they shared how funny they found the incident via Twitter.

One person joked: ‘No-ones listening to what Sheridan Smith’s talking about we’re more interested int the dogs scraping and trying to mount each other in the background. (sic)’

While another viewer cheekily added: ‘Definitely some “doggy-style” going on now.’ 

Sharing their amusement about the incident, one wrote: ‘Sorry, what? I’m getting way too focused on the dogs… but I guess it’s a good thing!’

Amused: Viewers couldn't help but get distracted during the interview by the dogs, and they shared how funny they found the incident via Twitter

Amused: Viewers couldn’t help but get distracted during the interview by the dogs, and they shared how funny they found the incident via Twitter

Featuring 16 professional dog stylists from across the nation, Pooch Perfect sees Sheridan look for the UK’s Top Dog Stylist by hosting a grooming competition alongside her fluffy co-host Stanley.

She will task the groomers with a series of themed challenges each week that will see dogs go through epic transformations to the delight of viewers. 

These challenges will vary in style, and their creations will then be revealed on The Dogwalk for the judges to deliberate which of the week’s contenders has impressed them the most. 

It is at this stage that the dog’s owners will be able to see their newly transformed pooches for the first time since the stylists put their skills to the test. 

Let the best person win! Featuring 16 professional dog stylists from across the nation, Pooch Perfect sees Sheridan look for the UK's Top Dog Stylist by hosting a grooming competition

Let the best person win! Featuring 16 professional dog stylists from across the nation, Pooch Perfect sees Sheridan look for the UK’s Top Dog Stylist by hosting a grooming competition

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