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Things got rather awkward quite quickly on Thursday's Good Morning Britain, after presenter Ranvir Singh told her co-host Charlotte Hawkins she will "avoid eye contact" with her for the remainder of the show.
While the broadcasters discussed the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic games and the medals that Great Britain has currently won, Charlotte turned to Ranvir to ask her if she knew the amount.
But Charlotte received a fairly uncomfortable response from her colleague.
Charlotte, 46, asked: "Who do you think now that we are one gold, six silver and one bronze."
Ranvir, 44, replied: "You're looking at me as if I know that."
She added: "I'm going to avoid eye contact with Charlotte for the rest of the show," she joked.
Taken aback by, Ranvir's admission, Charlotte said: "I think that's what we're at and that's why I posed it and asked it to you."
On Thursday viewers seemed to notice Charlotte and Ranvir's awkward communication and poor interviewing techniques yet again.
Taking to Twitter, viewers aired their disappointment.
One fan said: "God Charlotte and Ranvir are simply awful."
While another penned: "Ranvir and Charlotte in charge. Good Jesus. Up s*** creek without a paddle comes to mind."
A third angrily chimed: "Ranvir singh should be arrested for impersonating a presenter the woman is atrocious."
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