This Morning's Josie Gibson left mortified over misunderstanding with Jennifer Aniston

By Jessica Sansome

Josie Gibson was left mortified on This Morning over a misunderstanding with Jennifer Aniston.

The ITV show's roving reporter was tasked with interviewing the American actress alongside Reese Witherspoon who are promoting the second installment of their Apple TV+ series The Morning Show.

The pre-recorded interview aired on Monday's show, hosted by Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield.

Josie got off to an interesting star by trying to get Jennifer and Reese to replicate her Bristolian accent with phrase "alright my luvver".

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Jennifer appeared confused while Legally Blonde actress Reese gave it a good try.

Moving on with the serious side of the interview, Josie asked the pair about the pandemic and how it had affected filming.

"Our presenters had to sit like two metres apart," Josie said, referring to what it has been like on This Morning.

Jennifer then said in response: "The next season we’re really hoping we’re just gonna be all over each other, like the summer of love!"

Jennifer appeared surprised (ITV)

"Are you a hugger?" Josie asked Jennifer, but then there was a massive blunder.

"Am I a hooker?" the Rachel Green star replied with a surprised look.

Red-faced Josie Wucikly shouted: "Noooooo! I did not say that!"

Josie was left red-faced by the blunder (ITV)

Seeing the funny said, Jennifer responded: "I'm sorry. I think that was lost in translation.

"It was a misunderstanding. Yes, I'm a hugger."

Reese later joked: "She's not a hooker. No."

When returning to the studio, Holly and Phil appeared amused.

Josie quickly tried to correct her (ITV)

"[They] reacted really well when you said, 'Jennifer Aniston, are you a hooker?'" Phil said.

Holly laughed and clapped before adding: "That's like my favourite bit of TV ever. Ever.

"Hugger! Very different!"

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