ITV’s This Morning descends into chaos as fire alarm goes off

ITV’s This Morning descended into chaos on Friday as a fire alarm began to go off live.

Alison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary, who were presenting the show from their local pub instead of ITV studios, were forced to quickly cut a commercial break while interviewing Mel B.

The Spice girl entertained viewers as she began to shout, “Oh my god, it’s over,” while running away in the middle of the fire drill.

Comedy: ITV’s This Morning descended into chaos on Friday as a fire alarm started going off live

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Alison and Dermot burst out laughing, revealing, “We have an alarm in the middle of a live broadcast, it’s live TV, does that mean we have to go?”

Mel B then joked: ‘It is, it is, there is a fire alarm, come on. We’re done talking, it’s out Monday,” as she continued to promote her new show Trailblazers: A Rocky Mountain Trip.

As Alison stopped Mel from dragging her off set, the singer sat down to read what was happening on the show from the autocue.

As she struggled to read the screen as the familiar theme began to play, she asked everyone to “show up with her” as she is dyslexic.

Chaos: Presenters Alison Hammond and Dermot O'Leary were forced to quickly cut a commercial break during an interview with Mel B

Chaos: Presenters Alison Hammond and Dermot O'Leary were forced to quickly cut a commercial break during an interview with Mel B

Chaos: Presenters Alison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary were forced to quickly cut a commercial break during an interview with Mel B

Alison and Dermot were left on the couch in stitches as This Morning cut to a commercial break.

MailOnline has contacted ITV to comment on the incident and they have now confirmed it was a ‘false alarm’.

When they returned, Mel shouted “health and safety” as no one had tried to leave the studio after hearing the alarm.

The Spice girl entertained viewers by shouting:

The Spice girl entertained viewers by shouting:

The Spice girl entertained viewers by shouting, “Oh my god, it’s over,” while running away in the middle of the fire drill.

She exclaimed: “Imagine if there was a fire, we didn’t even move.”

The fire alarm then went off a second time during the dress to impress for fewer segments of the show, with Alison and Dermot confirming that they know it’s not real and that they will go on with the show.

The duo were not hosting from their usual location in the ITV studio and instead presenting from their local pub to celebrate England’s next match against Wales in the World Cup tonight.

Fans of the show were obsessed with the mayhem, with one writing on Twitter:

Fans of the show were obsessed with the mayhem, with one writing on Twitter:

Fans of the show were obsessed with the chaos, with one writing on Twitter: “Lmaoooooo not the fire alarm that went off this morning”

Fans of the show were obsessed with the chaos, with one writing on Twitter: “Lmaoooooo not the fire alarm that went off this morning”

Another wrote: ‘@Thismorning did it happen, for real, the fire alarm’

‘A fire alarm, haha ​​that’s new. ThisMorning ,” said a third.

'I'm dyslexic!': The singer sat down to read what was happening on the show from the autocue

'I'm dyslexic!': The singer sat down to read what was happening on the show from the autocue

‘I’m dyslexic!’: The singer sat down to read what was happening on the show from the autocue

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