Good Morning Britain’s Ranvir Singh was not amused to see that her skin colour had been changed in a Spice Girls deepfake video on today’s programme.
The presenter was left stunned at a clip of her superimposed as the Spice Girls in their music video Say You’ll Be There after it played twice on the show, and didn’t even realise she featured in it the first time it played.
He then aired one with himself, before saying there was one with Ranvir’s face over.
‘Was I on it?’ Ranvir continued.
As the studio replayed the video, Ranvir remarked: ‘That’s not me! What have you done to my skin colour? I’m not white, I don’t know if anybody’s noticed.’
Ranvir’s skin colour had been altered for the deepfake (Picture: ITV)
‘Anyway, thank you very much,’ she added.
Trying to steer the conversation away from Ranvir’s complaint, Richard said: ‘It reminds me of those old Foxy Bingo adverts. It’s all a bit dark. Not for me at all.’
Ranvir pointed out ‘I’m not white’ (PictureL ITV)
That wasn’t the only awkward blunder on today’s show.
Elsewhere, Ben Shephard accidentally blurted out ‘nipples’ instead of ‘nostrils’ while commenting on Susanna Reid’s outfit in a Freudian slip of epic proportions.
The presenter was remarking on his co-host’s dress as his face had been superimposed onto the green number when he accidentally made the comment.
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV.
Credit: Original article published here.