This Morning presenters Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield were left giggling as actress Sheridan Smith 's dogs got a little too friendly on air.
As Sheridan discussed her new TV series called Pooch Perfect, which is airing tomorrow, her dogs became determined to steal the spotlight.
Sheridan, 39, was chatting away but Holly was soon distracted as the two dogs started having sex on the carpet in the background.
The dogs appeared to start off by fighting, but Holly pointed out that they were "getting a bit too friendly".
A mortified Sheridan hid her face in her hands as she apologised, as Holly and Phil joked she should adjust her camera angle.
Unsurprisingly, the hilarious moment saw plenty of viewers rushing to social media to comment on the raunchy live TV mishap.
One wrote: "Definitely some 'doggy style' going on now."
Another added: "OMG Sheridan Smiths doggos just started shagging on live tv…see it all on This Morning."
A third said: "Those dogs have been the best thing so far on #ThisMorning."
Sheridan owns a whopping six dogs and will be hosting show Pooch Perfect alongside a doggy co-host called Stanley.
The BBC show will see 16 professional dog groomers compete against each other to become the UK's top dog.
Sheridan said about her hosting gig: "This is my first prime-time hosting gig, I can’t believe I got asked to be honest!
"But I am a huge dog lover and the time just seemed right, I had just had my son, Billy, so it was an absolute honour to be asked.
"Being the host I got to know each contestant really well, I am a people person and I just love getting to know people.
"I became really attached and I wanted them all to win!
"I hated even just announcing who was going home each week, so I was thankful it wasn’t my job to judge them."
Pooch Perfect starts on Thursday January 7th at 8pm on BBC One and will also be available on BBC iPlayer.
This Morning continues tomorrow at 10am on ITV.
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