This Morning derailed as Holly and Phillip laugh uncontrollably at ‘rude’ vegetable snap

On today’s This Morning, Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby encouraged ITV viewers to send in their photos of misshapen vegetables or other products. Of course, fans of the show obliged and bombarded the pair with their snaps of rather rudely-shaped foodstuffs. But having held it together for the majority of the segment, the two burst into hysterics when one photo of a parsnip completely derailed the show.

Holly and Phillip had managed to look at snaps of deformed mushrooms, carrots and potatoes before the parsnip snap popped up on-screen.

The two were seen throughout stifling their laughter, but it soon took a turn when an odd-shaped carrot appeared.

“Wow-ee, Suzanne,” Holly first quipped when a snap of a rudely shaped carrot appeared on her iPad.

“This one says this is my carrot situation right now. What can I say?”

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The This Morning pair struggled to get any words out as they cried with laughter, bringing the show’s proceedings to a temporary halt.

“Show the parsnip,” Holly said through her laughter as she didn’t want the camera on her as she burst out laughing.

She added: “This is biology, Wow. I can’t even look at it. Oh, my God.”

As the pair tried their best to regain composure, Holly set the laughter off again by telling her co-host the parsnip picture was going to be her “new screensaver”.

Luckily, the two just about to wipe the tears of laughter away and continue with the show.

And they weren’t the only ones who were left crying at the hilarious snaps.

Taking to Twitter, one This Morning viewer responded to the moment: “I never thought I’d laugh so much at @Schofe and @hollywills laughing at a carrot and parsnip #ThisMorning.”

“Funniest thing i have seen all week really made my day,” replied a second.

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