HOLLY Willoughby and Phillip Schofield bursting into laughter over a weatherman’s name was voted the funniest TV moment of the decade.
The duo lost it on ITV’s This Morning in 2017 when Holly could not pronounce Tomasz Schafernaker’s name.
Phil and Holly lost it on ITV’s This Morning in 2017 when Holly could not pronounce Tomasz Schafernaker’s name
Football manager Harry Redknapp’s outrageous bushtucker trial in last year’s I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here earned him second place after Holly and Phil.
The top 10 list of the funniest TV moments comes as new research by chocolate brand Maltesers ahead of 2019 Comic Relief shows Britons can’t resist taking embarrassing photos of their friends.
In fact, three out of 10 millennials have up to 19 funny pictures of friends and family stored on their phones.
It also found four out of 10, 18 to 24 year olds have posted a funny selfie on social media in the past month.
BBC Pictures’ Digital Picture Tomasz Schafernaker’s name had the This Morning presenter in hysterics
Rex Features Harry Redknapp was runner-up for his bushtucker trial on I’m A Celeb
. Kim Kardashian’s infamous crying face made it in to the top ten
This Morning hosts Holly, 38, and Phil, 56, topped the poll with 42 per cent of votes when they burst into laughter trying to say the name of weatherman Tomasz Schafernaker when he was a guest on the show.
King of the jungle Redknapp, 71, followed with 23 per cent of votes for inhaling witchetty grubs last year and 42-year-old Cumberbatch’s funny photobomb scored 18 per cent.
The research also found Piers Morgan’s look of disgust as he ate kale crisps and singer Beyoncé’s famous Super Bowl face rank among the funniest TV moments.
Also featured in the top 10 are actor Matt Damon’s shocked face at The Oscars 2017 mix-up and Judge Rinder during a passionate Strictly Come Dancing routine.
Reuters Benedict Cumberbatch photobombing U2 at the 2014 Oscars
PA:Press Association Beyoncé pulling a biazarre face mid-dance during 2013 Superbowl performance
Maltesters, which quizzed 2,000 UK adults, also found a fifth of Londoners have photos on their phone they don’t want anyone to see while 25 per cent of Northern Irish selfie-takers prefer embarrassing pictures over nice ones.
The research found men take more time to get the perfect picture, with an average of five photos being shot before they get the right one.
Where as women nailed the image on the fourth go.
Maltesers has pledged to donate £10 to a £1 million overall donation for every social media user who shares a photo of their funny face ahead of their #FunnyFace campaign for Comic Relief.
Top ten #FunnyFace TV moments over the last decade1. Holly Willoughby and Phillip Scofield get the giggles on This Morning
2. Harry Redknapp inhales Witchetty Grubs for I’m a Celeb challenge 2018
3. Benedict Cumberbatch photobombs U2 at The Oscars 2014
4. Judge Rinder during empassioned Cha Cha Cha on Strictly Come Dancing 2016
5. Jeremy Clarkson drives Ariel Atom on Top Gear, 2014
6. Beyoncé pulls a face mid-dance during Superbowl performance, 2013
7. Matt Damon looking shocked at The Oscars 2017 ‘Best Picture’ award mix-up
8. Piers Morgan’s look of disgust after trying Kale Crisps on Good Morning Britain 2016
9. Kim Kardashian’s infamous crying face after losing $75K diamond earring, 2018
10. Winona Ryder string of funny faces during SAG Awards 2017 acceptance speech
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Laura Milne, from Maltesers, said: “This is our sixth year supporting Comic Relief and this year’s #FunnyFace campaign is a great way to raise money by doing what the public does best – sharing on social media and having fun.
“We can’t wait to see this campaign come to life and see social media filled with carefree, entertaining photos.
“It’s laughably easy to get involved and support worthy causes, both here and abroad, through the lighthearted lens of comedy.”
Liz Warner, CEO at Comic Relief, said: “We really appreciate Maltesers’ commitment to us.
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