Viewers were left convinced that Michelle Keegan suffered a major fashion blunder during her appearance on Saturday’s The Jonathan Ross Show.
The actress, 34, sat down with host Jonathan, 61, to talk about the new season of her show Brassic, and for her appearance opted for a gorgeous, low-cut corset-style top.
However some tuning in mistook the flesh-coloured microphone that was clipped to Michelle’s outfit for something else, with one viewer tweeting: ‘Does Michelle Keegan realise her nips are showing on the Jonathon Ross show?’
Whoops: Viewers were left convinced that Michelle Keegan, 34, suffered a major fashion blunder during her appearance on Saturday’s The Jonathan Ross Show
Interview: The actress sat down with host Jonathan, 61, to talk about the new season of her show Brassic, and for her appearance opted for a gorgeous, low-cut corset-style top
Another added: ‘Well, Michelle Keegan is not leaving much to the imagination on Jonathan Ross tonight!’ while a third quipped: ‘Michelle! You’ve forgotten your top!’
The brunette bombshell looked typically gorgeous as she sat opposite Jonathan.
She teamed the striking top with crisp white trousers and added height to her frame in open-toe heels.
Elsewhere during her chat with Jonathan, the former Coronation Street actress, who is married to former TOWIE star Mark Wright, confessed she found it ‘hard’ being away from home for so long when she spent eight months filming Our Girl in South Africa.
Social media: Viewers took to Twitter to discuss Michelle’s outfit
Proud: Michelle also reflected on spending eight months in South Africa for Our Girl filming
Michelle added that she would consider returning to the role as the door was left open for her character Georgie.
She said: ‘Yeah. The door’s been left open for Georgie anyway, so I definitely would. Georgie’s storyline with Elvis came to an end. It felt the right time for her to step back. But I would love to go back.’
Michelle said her part on Our Girl was her most proud role as she had to spend so much time away from home.
She explained: ‘I’d say Our Girl just because I was away from home for a long time. One of the seasons I did I was living away for eight months. I was in Nepal, Malaysia, South Africa. I had a great time, I was lucky, but it was hard to be away from home.’
Michelle added: ‘It was really physically demanding. I think acclimatising was really hard. So hot and a lot of kit on, that was really hard. And the medical side, learning all the medical side of the job as well.’
Elsewhere, she revealed her father Michael plugs his bar in Tenerife by telling his punters they will be able to FaceTime his famous daughter.
Marriage: She recalled about her proudest acting moment: ‘I’d say Our Girl just because I was away from home for a long time. One of the seasons I did I was living away for eight months’; pictured with her husband Mark 2019
She revealed that while her parents are proud of her, her father is using her famous status to his advantage.
When asked how they feel about her career, Michelle said: ‘They are [proud]. My dad’s in Tenerife at the moment, he’s bought a bar out there.
‘I must have FaceTimes off him five times a day with random customers. He’s really proud. I don’t know how he drops it in.
‘Come in to my bar and get a FaceTime with Michelle!’
Michelle’s parents are Jacqueline and Mike Keegan.
Her dad is Scottish and her maternal grandmother is from Gibraltar, giving Michelle her Spanish heritage.
Last month, Michelle jetted out to the Canary Island with her brother Andrew to show support for her dad’s new venture, The Bee’s Knees gin bar.
Michelle posted a photo of herself and her family behind the bar, alongside the caption: ‘Me and the bro went to visit dad’s new bar in Tenerife last weekend.
‘If you’re in Tenners and fancy a pint, go and say hi. Proud of you both for following your dreams.’
Love: Michelle pictured with her dad Michael
Michelle’s latest project has been working on Sky drama Brassic.
Discussing the work, she said: ‘Honestly, it’s so much fun. Every day is so funny. A lot of the time, Joe [Gilgun] who plays Vinnie, he comes on set and he just riffs.
‘So you don’t know what line is going to come… you don’t even know when to come in, everything’s up in the air. It’s good fun, keeps everything fresh.’
Asked about the end of series 3, Michelle said: ‘It’s a cliffhanger… ‘ But notes: ‘I am [already filming series 4].’
Telling all: The former soap star revealed that while her parents are proud of her, her father is using her famous status to his advantage
She added: ‘I have so much fun and it is filmed in Manchester. It’s good to go back home.’
Michelle said: ‘One million percent, I’m really proud to be northern. it makes me proud of where I’m from.’
Michelle’s character in the show Erin Croft is mum to Tyler and the star talks about what it is like to play a mother in the series.
Michelle said: ‘Jude [Riordan, who plays Tyler], he’s unbelievable. He’s the most professional actor. Out of all of us he’s the most professional on set. He literally just won an NTA. He joined Corrie.
When asked how they feel about her career, Michelle said: ‘They are [proud]. My dad’s in Tenerife at the moment, he’s bought a bar out there’
‘When he’s on set he knows everyone’s lines. If our minds go blank he’ll give me my feed line. He’s brilliant, he’s really good.’
As well as working with a young actor, Michelle works with animals. She said: ‘[There’s been] a llama, a bull, we rob a petting zoo [so there’s] a monkey, an emu, a skunk, an armadillo…. [I’m] doing both [things you’re told not to do, work with animals and children]. It’s chaos [with the animals].’
Speaking about doing her own stunts, Michelle said: ‘I did in Our Girl. And the most recent one I did was in Brassic. A car was reversing back. The hand break was off. I was wearing heels, I had to run towards the car to put the hand break up. It was moving and I had to jump in the car. Running in heels on cobbles…’
Lol: ‘Come in to my bar and get a FaceTime with Michelle!’