This Morning viewers swoon as Dr. Scott takes off his shirt

Today Morning viewers watched as Dr Scott Miller went on a cruise in Costa Rica to explore Central American underwater wildlife on Monday

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This morning: Dr. Scott presents the topless segment

ITV viewers got hot under their collars on This Morning, when Dr. Scott Miller took off his shirt on the show during a Costa Rica tour segment.

The Australian TV presenter has been sent by the daytime program on a “strange mission” to discover the incredible animals of North and South America.

Before the segment, presenter Dermot O’Leary told viewers: “Today he continues his adventure in Costa Rica, where he is heading out into the Pacific to encounter some humpback whales. .”

Sitting next to co-host Alison Hammond, he added: “Unbelievable, this guy!”

As Dr. Scott’s Aquatic Animals of the Americas gets underway, the TV vet said: “When life first began on earth, it started in the seas almost four billion years ago. .”

ITV viewers got hot under their collars in This Morning


Dr Scott then appeared on screen aboard a boat out at sea with his shirt noticeably missing, saying: “I’m going underwater today to discover all the creatures that lie below. waves.”

The TV presenter then turned away from the camera in her swimming shorts to dive into the sea from a boat.

When Dr. Scott made his way through the mangroves and later spotted the whale, many viewers were a bit distracted by his skinny appearance and took to Twitter to comment.

One person wrote: “Oh my…” as another added: “Dr Scott AGAIN” along with heart emojis.

Dr. Scott Miller took off his shirt during the show


The third added: “Okay, yes, yes! Please inform Dr. Scott, “while another cheeky social media user wrote: ‘Dr Scott can be in my cart! “

Elsewhere on Monday morning’s show, Dermot was forced to correct Alison as the pair hosted Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield’s Easter break.

Dermot and Alison started the show with a chat about the headlines of the day alongside guests Gyles Brandreth and Beverley Turner.

Alison, 47, turned the conversation to Helen MacNamara, Whitehall’s former chief ethics officer, who is believed to have been fined by the Metropolitan Police in connection with a party held during the lockdown.

Sitting with co-host Alison, Dermot said: “It’s unbelievable, this guy!”


The former deputy cabinet secretary was fined £50 after a police investigation found she broke Covid laws by attending a locked karaoke party where she provided a karaoke machine, the report claims.

Alison noted that she “couldn’t believe” that the karaoke machine was hers, before co-host Dermot had to quickly intervene to qualify it as “reported” by her.

He added: “We don’t know for sure,” then Alison paused, saying, “Oh, it’s reported?” and glanced down at her notes.

She continued: “Well, it’s a karaoke machine. She was fined £50, but if you remember correctly a lot of people were fined £10,000 at the time. “

This Morning airs at 10 a.m. weekdays on ITV and ITV Hub.

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