Fan's of ITV's Lorraine were left in shock and awe as a dog opened a back door and let itself out into the garden during a competition segment on the breakfast show.
Lorraine's competition presenter hosted the segment from inside a show fan's home in Bolton, and the woman's Husky dog almost stole the show as it wandered around her living room.
At one point, the dog appeared to be bored of the camera crew, as it headed towards the door, lifted up on its hind legs and pulled down on the handle.
The clever pooch then used its nose to inch the door open before heading outside for a wander around the garden.
Fans of the show were shook, as one even called for the dog to be entered on Britain's Got Talent.
That person tweeted: " @reallorraine did that dog just open the door!!! A call to BGT is required asap. #lorraine ".
A second posted a clip of the moment, as they wrote: "The Oscar #Oscar for best performance by a dog goes to….. #lorraine."
Someone else said: " @lorrainekelly Morning Lorraine! YES DID notice the Dog opening the door ! BRILLIANT."
Another person quipped: "That dog that let itself out the door is the most exciting thing that's happened all show #lorraine."
This Morning's Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield were also left open-mouthed at the dog's trick, and as Lorraine patched through to them for information on what would be happening on the show, they ran out of time to inform.
Once This Morning started, the pair were still marvelling at it, as they replayed the clip.
Holly admitted that, whilst she was impressed, she is glad that her Golden Retriever Bailey can't do it, as she said: "I need to know where she is at all times."
The mum of three welcomed Bailey into her family in November 2021.
Announcing the news on her lifestyle website Wylde Moon, Holly wrote: "Bailey came into our life this month and has changed everything.
She continued: "My daughter [Belle] has been campaigning for us to get a dog since she was able to talk, and we have been waiting for the right time for a dog to fit into our family life."
She added: "Now, is that time. This little ball of scrumptious energy bounded into our world and immediately made us question why on earth we have waited so long."
Holly spoke about the positive impact that having Bailey had had on the family, as it encouraged them to get outdoors.
"Bailey has come in and pushed a giant paw-shaped, reset button for all us…and of course we are completely in love," the star gushed.
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