Exhausted Andi Peters concerns GMB pals as he’s forced to have lie down on air

Andi Peters lay down on the floor during Good Morning Britain's competition segment as he was left huffing and puffing.

The 50-year-old was promoting the show's competition and explained the prize was £3,000 and a Playstation 5.

Andi was left breathless throughout the show as he presented his segment from different areas of Legoland.

The excitement got too much for the host as he he joked he needed a lie down live on air.

He exclaimed: "Right that's it from me, I'm just going to have a little lie down as I think it's needed."

"Come back to me in about 40 minutes", he joked.

"Honestly, I thought you were supposed to be fit Andi", Charlotte Hawkins quipped.

She added: "You've been beaten by the LegoLand workout."

Ben Shephard added: "No, no, no. Too many weights, not enough speed work, Andi.

"We've talked about this."

One viewer tweeted: "Is Andi Peter about to keel over on live TV?"

"Imagine if Andy had fallen over on all that lego", penned another.

Others saw the funny side, as one remarked: "I laughed and laughed at you huffing and puffing after that run- you are literally representing the entire UK right now!

"Lockdown fitness lows- ha ha! I'd be the same!!"

Wednesday's GMB fell into chaos at the start as Piers Morgan was late.

Morgan walked into the ITV studios while Susanna Reid was forced to read the headlines alone.

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After taking his seat, Piers explained: "What I was doing, I was in the make-up room and I was having a chat with the make-up artist, Catherine, who unfortunately had a car crash the other day, and I was just giving her my comfort and support – something that hasn't crossed your mind.

"So I was just showing a little bit of warmth and empathy towards a co-worker and then, of course, a procession of people began smashing the door down going 'please, please, any minute now, the weather is going to end!'"

And? The world isn’t going to end", Piers quipped.

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