This Morning chaos as helicopter lands on John Torode’s cooking set

This Morning viewers were in stitches on Friday morning, as the show went into chaos during chef John Torode's cooking segment.

He was live from Chesil Beach in Dorset, cooking a crab linguine and showing viewers how they could make it too.

But he failed to mention the location was literally beside a helicopter landing pad, and as John went live on air fans suddenly noticed a low helicopter approaching him.

As hosts Rochelle Humes and Davina McCall quizzed him about the approaching air vehicle, John pointed out that he was next to the landing station.

The helicopter then flew past as John continued his cooking, flying just above John and the show's filming crew.

He waved at it as it passed, but clearly didn't expect what happened next leading to his cooking segment almost flopping.

As John continued, suddenly filming equipment began to fly away with one of the crew seen frantically holding onto something, as the camera waved around.

The camera then went back to John who was holding onto his pan for dear life, that contained his yet to be finished pasta dish.

In a hilarious clip, John was seen also in a panic while trying not to laugh as his food items began to leave his cooking station, while the helicopter continued to land.

As the ladies back in the studio, and fans, began laughing, John admitted several of his ingredients had blown away.

John managed to pick back up to where he was, having saved most of the cooking dish, while admitting he didn't think a helicopter was due to land at the time of his segment.

As he finally finished the dish, with only minor things missing, the hosts praised him for managing to pull it off despite the disruption.

Viewers at home were left in hysterics, with one fan tweeting: "TV gold watching the helicopter interrupt John Torode’s crab linguine on."

Another added: "John torode nearly being blown away by a helicopter and staying so calm is the best thing I’ve seen on."

This Morning airs weekdays and Sundays at 10:30am on ITV.

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