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Sunday Brunch: ‘Can’t wait for this show to be over!’ Tim Lovejoy snaps after brutal joke | TV & Radio | Showbiz & TV

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Tim Lovejoy is renowned for taking jokes and running with them.

And this morning was no different, as Tim spoke to singer KT Tunstall about her new album, and her travels.

But in the midst of her interview Tim brought up the subject of her flute playing.

And she was more than eager to show off her skills.

As the artist began playing some notes Tim began psychedelically dancing to her tune.

Tim was then ridiculed for his moves very quickly, and became a talking point for the rest of the show.

And it all got a little too much for Tim later on in the show, as the clip was continually played before and after advert breaks.

With his face in his hands Tim commented: “The worst part is the way that I’m looking at you [KT] throughout the dance!”

Comforting the obviously struggling presenter, KT added: “Oh, it’s not creepy at all!“

Tim’s partner Simon Rimmer jumped in to jab: “It’s the gift that keeps on giving!”

But Tim seemed devastated how often the clip was being played, and whined: “I can’t wait for this show to be over now!”

Tim made a return to dancing later on in the show when KT brought out the flute once again - much to the pleasure of his guests.

Earlier this year Tim and Simon saw quite a large hiccup in the show, as they were forced to apologise after some bad language.

Made in Chelsea star Alik Alfus was busy discussing his textiles company when he lost track of what he was saying.

He explained: “You have to identify the type of person you are and it became very clear that I wanted to be in some form of entertainment and not work at this desk job.

“So it was s**t or get off the pot.”

But after realising what he had said, he added: “Oh, I can’t curse!”

Tim ended up woefully chiming in to say: “Oh, let me just apologise for that - yeah, don’t say that…”

Luckily for the presenters no one swore on today’s show.

Sunday Brunch airs Sunday at 9.30pm on Channel 4.

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