HOLLY Willoughby and Phillip Schofield were left in shock as they listened to a couple's noisy sex session live on air.
Couple Lydia Barker and Billy Brown appeared on the show to talk about being slammed by their neighbours for their loud lovemaking.
The hosts were left open-mouthed after listening to the action through headphones, will Holly remarking: "You definitely like to talk to each other during your love-making!"
She suggested: "Maybe the complaints was about the words you were actually shouting."
Joking Billy replied: "Yeah she never shuts up!"
Phil asked the couple if the complaints would change things for them going forward.
Billy revealed it had made them more aware of things when having sex now, like the windows being open.
The couple - who were appearing live from their bedroom - then told a stunned Holly and Phil that they'd already been at it that day - kicking things off a 6.30am session.
Speaking exclusively to The Sun earlier this week Lydia admitted they were at it “morning, noon and night” but said: “It’s not as if I’m a screamer.”
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She and Billy were furious at the complainer going straight to the housing association rather than speaking to them.
The neighbour, who asked not to be named, told how she is recently divorced — and a bit envious.
She said: “I’m on my own, and I’m just a bit jealous.
"It’s not just me that hears it, but lots of neighbours."