GOOD Morning Britain fans were seriously distracted by Naughty Boy's home during an interview about King Charles.
The I'm A Celebrity star and musician spoke to the ITV programme today from his home in Buckinghamshire.
He sat next to a red rose in a glass dome, a mini keyboard, a pair of headphones and a picture of him meeting The King, which was placed on his kitchen counter.
A huge green fish tank filled the screen behind him and featured exotic coral reef and flowers.
The rapper added more colour to the scene with a vase full of bright pink bunny tail grass placed to one side.
The 41-year-old, whose real name is Shahid khan, spoke about his friendship with King Charles through his charity the Prince's Trust.
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Despite the moving story, the producer's home was all people could talk about on Twitter.
One said: "Naughty Boy speaking live from the set of the Little Mermaid movie".
A second asked: "What in the Beauty and the beast is going on with that rose?"
Another raved: "Naughty Boy has an excellent fish tank" as one more called him a "Bond villain".
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Naughty Boy revealed The King helped him after he approached The Trust at 20 years old in the hope of starting his own business.
Shortly after receiving a grant, the musician, who has collaborated with Beyonce, went on to win £44,000 on Deal Or No Deal, further enabling him to purchase equipment and begin recording.
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Speaking on GMB to Kate Garraway and Ben Shephard, he said: "Being from West Watford, born in a council estate, you grow up thinking no one is going to shine a light on what I am doing.
"And that was the first time I thought 'someone believes in me', not just anyone, King Charles."
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