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GMBs Adil Ray smacks down LadBaby after not funny Christmas single confession

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Things took a rather awkward turn on ITV's Good Morning Britain, after presenter Adil Ray told his guest LadBaby "it wasn't supposed to be that funny" when they laughed about appearing on the show.

Popular YouTuber and singer LadBaby appeared on the programme alongside his wife Roxanne Hoyle to promote their new Christmas single.

However, when they discussed the sales of their song, presenter Charlotte Hawkins reminded the pair that their appearance on GMB will certainly give them a boost.

Seeing the funny side to her comment, the guests laughed but Adil chimed in to let them know that it wasn't too humourous.

Talking about the charts, Adil asked: "Where are you at the moment, how far are you from being number one?"

Roxanne replied: "Well last night on the big top 40 we got number two, so we are trailing behind at the moment"

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