Lucy Alexander, 48, is the main presenter of BBC One show The Customer Is Always Right, where members of the public are seen testing out brand new products.
In yesterday’s episode, the star said she “couldn’t cope” as some of the customers stripped off to try out a product.
One older man could be seen whipping off his shirt to get full use of a back applicator.
As Lucy watched the customer use the piece of fabric to apply cream, she said: “It’s too much today.”
It’s too much today
Another man, who had tattoos on his chest, attempted to use the product.
“Oh my gosh we’re getting the tattoos and everything today, look,” Lucy said.
As he kept trying out the new design, the presenter fanned herself down with a piece of card and exclaimed: “I can’t take anymore of this.”
Laughing, she added: “I can’t cope. I’m sorry, I can’t cope today.”
After all the customers had reviewed it, the star said: “Well, I don’t think I’ve ever laughed so much.”
However, some of the customers didn’t understand the project and were shocked at the price which came in at £19.95.
At the end of the episode, the customers gave the three products they tested a score to find an overall winner.
Unfortunately, entrepreneur Ashley’s applicator came last, in third place.
Elsewhere, Lucy recently revealed she “misses” presenting on Homes Under The Hammer as she loved being nosy in people’s properties.
“I miss presenting Homes Under The Hammer because I got to look around so many different properties,” she told The Sun’s Fabulous Magazine.
Lucy continued: “Occasionally I catch myself watching a re-run on TV, and I can tell how old the show is by how dated my clothes are.”
Talking about working in TV, Lucy claimed she’s not very good at “remembering” her lines and prefers to be spontaneous.
She spilled: “I’m not good at remembering my lines.
“Usually I make things up as I go. I think a bit of spontaneity on camera is essential.”
Homes Under The Hammer airs weekdays on BBC One at 10am, while The Customer Is Always Right counties today at 11am on the same channel.
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