This Morning tried to deliver its own Carpool Karaoke today (March 14), but it didn't go quite to plan.
Inspired by James Corden's sensation, Alison Hammond decided to drive Ferne McCann around London in a brand new Jeep while the two of them blasted out the Spice Girls' 'Wannabe'.
Only problem was that, despite seeing iconic London landmarks in the background like Big Ben, it didn't look like the steering wheel was moving, and viewers were quick to notice.
#ThisMorning Alison is an amazing driver! The Jeep turns corners without her turning the steering wheel!- kel abraham (@rawfodog1) March 14, 2017
Er did anyone notice Alison fake steering? The steering wheel did not move. Ffs even the driving is fake. 😂 #thismorning- Woof! (@DuffBeerTasty) March 14, 2017
The segment was to launch a competition for viewers to win the Jeep and £50,000 in cash, but here's hoping the steering wheel actually moves for whoever wins it.
This Morning is no stranger to live gaffes, although it usually involves Holly Willoughby getting the giggles, such as last week when she accidentally let slip a rather naughty word.
She was reading out viewers' comments on the debate over whether Haribo fried egg sweets were actually UFOs, and said the word "spunk" instead of "pink".
Holly and Phillip Schofield also got the giggles earlier this month when Gino D'Acampo was describing the Italian version of toad in the hole and how it's "thicker and tastier" than the British version.
This Morning airs weekdays on ITV.
And if you want to see how Carpool Karaoke is really done, Corden recently invited Take That to Los Angeles to film a very special edition of it for Red Nose Day, which will air on Friday, March 24 on BBC One.
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