This Morning viewers distracted as ‘stunning’ chef steals show in racy outfit

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This Morning presenters Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes welcomed Irish chef Clodagh McKenna to the show on Thursday to teach them how to cook rock buns.

Clodagh got stuck in as she talked Eamonn and Ruth through the recipe as they munched on the finished result at the end of the table.

As Clodagh showed the process of baking the delicious sweet treat, people at home rushed to social media to comment on her good looks.

One posted: "Clodagh is a stunner though."

Another added: "Yes, Clodagh time!"

A third said: "Clodagh is hot though."

A fourth cheekily said: "I like how she hasn't buttoned her shirt up."

A fifth agreed: "One more button and her boobs will be on the ingredients list!"

The rock buns also captured the attention of fashion guru Gok Wan as well, as he asked if he could try the buns himself.

After he double checked if he was allowed to have a taste, Gok complimented Clodagh on her efforts as he tucked into the treat.

Meanwhile, the show focused on misophonia, which Ruth suffers with, as the presenting pair spoke to members of the public who suffered with the condition as well as experts who gave advice.

Misophonia is a disorder in which certain sounds trigger emotional or physiological responses that some might perceive as unreasonable given the circumstance, eg with annoying noises.

As Ruth and Eamonn discussed her condition, she accused him of making fun of her after he tried to find different ways to wind her up.

Ruth said: "Well if you're too close to me and you're breathing… if you're giving me a cuddle, with is lovely-"

Eamonn jumped in: "You mean when I'm just being affectionate," as Ruth quickly hit back at her husband.

"No, no, now you're making fun of it," said Ruth.

Eamonn replied: "I'm not making fun of it! I'm having to live with it!"

Ruth carried on: ""But if someone's breathing heavily near me – I think what just happens is I just tune in.

"Certain noises – if someone was clicking a pen over there, everything else around me becomes kind of dulled and all I can hear is that.

"Even if it's a stranger, sometimes I have to go, 'Excuse me, can you stop that?!' And then I blurt it out and I'm really embarrassed."

This Morning continues tomorrow at 10am on ITV.

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