The UK has recently been hit with a heatwave and This Morning felt they needed to do something about it.
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With temperatures hitting over 30 in parts of the country, many were begging for rain.
Enter This Morning, who aired a rain dance performance in a desperate bid to help the UK.
It seems like the ritual worked, with Britain being battered by rain showers over the weekend, causing chaos to many plans.
And This Morning felt the need to apologise for the weather as the show opened today.
The show started with a blank screen, explaining how sorry the ITV show was for the heavy thunderstorms over the weekend.
And when Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford appeared, they looked coy.
Ruth giggled: “We are very, very sorry about that rain dance.”
Eamonn added: “We were trying to do a good thing but actually you were seeing a normal British summer.
“Basically every other day looked like that,” he insisted.
Meanwhile, viewers were loving the opening of the show today and flocked to Twitter to share their thoughts.
One said: “If anyone had their plans for a #bbq on the #weekend rained on (pun intended), I think we found the culprits!”
Another laughed: “[Laughing emojis] @ the rain dance.”(sic)
A third shared: “Sorry about the rain dance #thismorning!”
Eamonn has had a busy day after taking part in a heated obesity debate on Good Morning Britain.
Weight loss expert Steve Miller this morning argued that doctors ought to be informing their patients if they are approaching obesity.
He even went on to claim that host Eamonn was fat, and that he could do with losing some weight.
But model Gemma Cruickshank was not having it, as she felt patients being told they are too fat is detrimental to their motivation.
After a seriously heated debate, Eamonn stopped the conversation and exclaimed: “Steve, I’m going to be honest with you: Shut up.”
This Morning airs weekdays on ITV from 10.30am.