Gogglebox Star Stephen Webb Gives Viewers Way More Than They Bargained For In Seriously Revealing Jodhpurs

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Gogglebox Star Stephen Webb Gives Viewers Way More Than They Bargained For In Seriously Revealing Jodhpurs

Gogglebox viewers got to see a little bit more of Stephen Webb than they probably wanted to during Friday night’s episode of the Channel 4 series.

Stephen, who appears on the the show with his husband Daniel Lustig, was seen modelling a pair of jodhpurs at the start of the episode, but let’s just say they left very little to the imagination.

He told Daniel: “Putting on my new jodhpurs to show you... look...” before Daniel replied: “They’re too big, you look like your sister.”

“But don’t they hold my belly in?” asked Stephen. “Look when I put my jodhpur down...”

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Taken aback, Daniel laughed: “They’re holding your testicles in!”

And then some.

Gogglebox viewers were traumatised...

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Gogglebox continues next Friday at 9pm on Channel 4.

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This article originally appeared on HuffPost UK and has been updated.

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