This Morning’s Holly and Phil in hysterics over ‘rude’ drawings sent in to show

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This Morning returned to our screens today with Phillip Scofield and Holly Willoughby back on presenting duty.

The cheeky ITV presenters asked viewers to send in their children’s “naughty drawings” on Tuesday’s show.

The light-hearted segment saw Holly and Phil go through a series of accidentally risqué artwork created by children.

From a Peppa Pig-inspired drawing to a painting of a sausage dog, Holly and Phillip couldn’t control their laughter as they scanned the artwork submitted by viewers.

Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield asked viewers to send in their children’s “naughty drawing” today

The mischievous pair said that they hadn’t looked at the drawings before hand before they went through the list.

Phil, 57, bursted into hysterics after a drawing of ET was sent in my a viewer.

The creative piece saw ET with his famous face drawn further down then normal leaving the silver fox speechless.

An image of a rocket launching particularly left Holly and Phil in fits of laughter.

Holly and Phil couldn’t control their laughter while going through the drawings

One of the last images to appear on screen as an image of a unicorn drawn by one child with a questionable horn placed on it’s head.

Holly, 38, admitted: “Unicorns are tricky ones aren’t they.”

While Holly and Phil seemed to enjoy going through the hilarious drawings, but fans got fed up of the recurring segment quite quickly.

Taking to Twitter, one fan moaned: “Ok, you’re milking the drawings now.”

Holly was left in stitches over one viewer’s drawing of a unicorn

Another penned: “Yes, the kids drawings were funny the first time you did it but it’s clear you just want to go viral again before your NTA. Get some new material.”

A third ranted: “Wonder how many of these ‘kids’ drawings have actually been drawn this very morning by viewers desperate to get an on- air mention.”

This Morning airs weekdays at 10am

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