Good Morning Britain fans were totally baffled over host Richard Bacon's festive attire on the ITV breakfast programme.

The 46-year-old presenter, certainly wasn't feeling the cold British temperatures as he turned up for work wearing a comfy pair of shorts and an ill-fitting pair of slippers.

Even his co-star Kate Garraway, 54, found his outfit a little out of the ordinary as she quizzed his wardrobe choice.

Richard responded on Friday's show: "I never wear trousers at Christmas," before lifting his leg up onto the desk to show his footwear and bare lieg.

While some viewers were more than happy to enjoy the view and TV star's pins, others found the scenario "odd".

Taking to Twitter one fan moaned: "Did Richard not have his feet measured as a kid? Those slippers don't fit at all #GMB."

Another tweet read: "WTF is #RichardBacon wearing? Does he think he's still in LA? Shorts and flip-flops."

A third commented: "Hang on why is Richard wearing the slippers too… FairPlay#GMB."

While a fourth asked: "What? is this man wearing slippers."

Later on in the programme, Richard returned to confirm that he'd traded his shorts for a smart pair of trousers.

He said: "I can confirm the shorts are gone, I am wearing trousers, with Christmas socks and all sorts."

Kate added: "Go on then Richard go and show them you can showcase the QR code respectably."

Now wearing a full-length pair, the TV presenter got up from his chair to show fans at home how easy it was to pledge time using the GMB app.

At the start of December, the morning programme launched its annual volunteering campaign which aims to support those suffering from loneliness and mental health during the festive period.

The One Million Minutes campaign was launched by the channel on 1 December and within just four hours of it being announced over 20,000 minutes had been donated.

With just days to go, the campaign has now received over 160million time pledges.

Those still wanting to donate time, can do so at ITV.com.

GMB airs weekdays on ITV from 6am.

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