George Clooney left Lorraine Kelly "bright red" on Wednesday's episode of Lorraine as the interview took a cheeky turn.
During the latest episode, Lorraine, 62, spoke to George, 61, and Julia Roberts who play divorced parents David and Georgia Cotton in movie Ticket To Paradise, which sees them travel to Bali to stop their on-screen daughter, Lily (Kaitlyn Dever), from marrying Gede.
Talking about the film, Lorraine asked the two Hollywood stars, who are best friends in real life, about a "wee kissing scene" they had to do.
To which George started laughing as he repeated: "A wee kissing scene? That’s a strange phrase though, 'a wee kissing scene'. I mean what time is this show on?"
Lorraine was left giggling as she covered her mouth while Julia pointed out: "You cheeks are so pink now!"
To which the host admitted: "I have gone red, I have actually gone bright red, but that’s okay. I’m being very calm and very cool."
With Julia adding: "It's hard to be like that in front of George Clooney, isn't it?"
To which George responded: "I don't want to get into it but I was a two-time sexiest man alive" as Lorraine quipped: "They must’ve stopped you being in it, because it isn't fair!"
With George joking: "Well they had to get like pretty boy Pitt, [he] had to get in a couple of times. He runs a good campaign."
Lorraine then asked: "You [George] do at one point though, take your clothes off and it’s very much part of the plot… there is an incident with a dolphin."
With Julia joking: "Between the wee kissing and now this, she’s [Lorraine] really giving a lot of impressions of our film…"
As George quipped: "You don’t do those kinds of things once you pass 60, so we did it very quickly!"
Julia also shared that their families were able to join them while filming in Australia and said: "I was the fifth Clooney until the Moders arrived, whether they liked it or not!"
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George added: "Yeah we actually couldn't get rid of her. My kids are five and they were like, 'Is she gone?!'"
Recalling a sweet story about George's children Alexander and Ella, who he shares with wife Amal Clooney, Julia said: "Your kids are amazing.
"Here's what I love about your kids – I became such a fixture in their house. I think even though we would FaceTime with my family, they didn't really understand that I had kids.
"So when my kids did finally show up, they kept saying, 'Aunty Juju, where are your friends?' They’re not my friends!”
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