ALISON Hammond got tongue-tied as she flirted with shirtless Magic Mike stars on This Morning.
The flushed presenter was excited after watching them perform a routine from Channing Tatum's Magic Mike's Last Dance.
Celebrating its cinema release, the dancers described Channing as "one of the lads" as they were interviewed with their tops off.
Standing next to the boy who were sweaty and out of breath, Alison said: "Guys how good was that? It was so so good."
"You guys are actually in the movie as well aren't you?
"The thing is, what's hard is, you to ma…"
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She cut off as she got tongue-tied and stumbled over her word.
Alison laughed: "I can't even speak."
She composed herself and added: "You have to maintain these bodies. How often do you have to be in the gym?"
American actor Channing, 42, is already looking ahead to his next project after finishing up Magic Mike's Last Dance.
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He wants to remake 1990 film Ghost.
The 42-year-old star said his production company Free Association had acquired the rights.
He added: “We’re going to do something different.
“It needs to change a little bit.”
Insiders said Channing was eyeing up the role of Sam Wheat, played by Patrick Swayze.
In the original, murdered banker Sam returns as a spirit to save girlfriend Molly Jensen (Demi Moore) from his enemies.
The cult hit spawned one of the most iconic film scenes of all time.
It is famed for its passionate pottery scene in which a shirtless Sam sits behind Molly as she sculpts.
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Ghost bagged Whoopi Goldberg a Best Supporting Actress Oscar.
And writer Bruce Joel Rubin landed the Best Screenplay.
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