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This Morning's Josie Gibson risks 'chaos' moments into show as alarm goes off

Josie Gibson risked throwing This Morning into chaos, moments after cameras started rolling on Thursday, as an alarm went off when she was speaking to colleagues Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield.

Fresh from being a main presenter on the ITV daytime show last week as Holly and Phillip took a break for half term, Josie was back in action to do some on location reporting, broadcasting live from the Caravan, Camping and Motorhome Show in Birmingham. Before he and Holly had even crossed live to Josie, Phillip joked that she had 'never been so excited' about anything on the show.

And Josie's enthusiasm for being at the massive event was abundantly clear when she launched into her coverage, first appearing inside a motor home, lying in bed, before jumping up to start explaining to her colleagues what she was doing there. Josie, many people's pick to be a full time main presenter on This Morning, showed off some of the most expensive and most luxurious motorhomes to Phillip and Holly, with her declaring she's 'live in' one that cost £80,000.

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However, things took a turn when Josie walked round the front of the pricey camper van to end her segment, telling Phillip and Holly that her big 'career ambition' was to the 'the Judith Chalmers of the UK,' before listing a series of 'underrated' locations including North Devon, Bude and St Ives.

As she got more and more carried away, Josie then put her hands on the bonnet in front of her, causing an alarm to go off. s Josie reacted: "Oh no," Holly and Phillip erupted into hysterics back in the studio.

Josie then quipped: "It's got a good alarm. Brilliant alarm," prompting Phillip to joke: "Stalker alert!"

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