Loose Women viewers were left watching the show in between their fingers today as SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon was asked her thoughts on Miley Cyrus' split from Liam Hemsworth.
Scotland's First Minister appeared on the ITV chat show to discuss politics, family life and Boris.
But in an odd turn of events, the 49-year-old ended up talking about the Hollywood A-Listers' split and whether you should ever return to an ex.
She said: "I don’t know that there’s an absolute yes or no answer to that. My philosophy in life tends to be keep moving forward, try not to look back, try not to have regrets.
"It depends on circumstance, it depends on different factors at play and depends on what you’re talking about. In relationships it’s not something I’ve done. It depends, if you broke up in the first place, unless you really resolve that, perhaps you’re going to repeat the same mistakes over again."
But fans couldn't believe that the politician had been asked the question in the first place.
One tweeted: "Ahahahahahahahahahahaha so First Minster what’s yer thoughts on Miley and Liam splitting? #LooseWomen."
While another commented: "Nicola came across well on #LooseWomen but why on earth have the first minister on and keep her to talk about Miley bloody cyrus ♀️ and u very much doubt shes under any elusion that Boris "might say that about her too" jeez this shows went right downhill."
A third remarked: "This is cringe today, and I don’t mean Nicola #LooseWomen."
"Weirdly never watched daytime tv when home with Jude, preferring to watch my iPad. But today I’ve watched an apple pie recipe and cleaning hacks on this morning and now Nicola Sturgeon is being asked on #LooseWomen ‘should you get back with your ex?!’ Who is this aimed at?♀️" another baffled viewer asked.
One wrote: "Nicola Sturgeon is on so they’re discussing the fact Miley Cyrus has split up with her husband. ♀️ #LooseWomen."
Another joked: "Nicola straight to the pub now for a stiff whiskey #LooseWomen."
*Loose Women airs weekdays at 12.30pm on ITV
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