Matt Damon leaves The One Show fans swooning with gorgeous appearance on show

Hollywood hunk Matt Damon has left BBC viewers swooning after the star graced The One Show to talk about his latest film.

The fresh-faced star appeared on The Show on Tuesday night to discuss his latest movie – Stillwater – but it appears viewers were rather distracted by how handsome he looked.

Oscar winner Matt looked dashing when he appeared in the studio via video call, donning a dapper navy shirt as he spoke to hosts Alex Jones and Jermaine Jenas about topics like the Tokyo Olympics, mental health and his latest film.

But as articulate as Matt might be, eagle-eyed BBC viewers were quick to notice how good he looked too, with many taking to Twitter to gush over the actor.

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One delighted viewer wrote: "Omg the gorgeous Matt Damon." before signing off with a love-heart emoji to express their adoration.

A second fan seemed flustered when they penned: "Well hello Mr Damon….."

A third user joined in and said: "Look at him wow."

A fourth fan then commented: "Wow Matt Damon looks well."

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