GOGGLEBOX fans were horrified as they spotted Giles Wood's dirty armchair on the Channel 4 show last night – with one branding it "disgusting".
Viewers couldn't help but react as they saw a rare full view of the comfy blue seat Giles sits in to critique the week's TV while he and wife Mary Killen were playing piano in the background.
Fans of the show took to Twitter in their droves to comment on the worn piece of furniture which has been a stalwart in its own right since the couple first appeared on the show in 2015.
One concerned fan penned: "Can someone send giles and Mary some chair cleaner. They look gross".
"Giles' chair could do with a steam clean," another remarked. "Giles' chair needs a scrub".
A fourth shared a Christmas wish on Giles' behalf and wrote: "Hope Giles gets a new arm chair for Christmas tbh".
While another urged the show's broadcaster to get involved and asked: "@Channel4 please buy Giles a new chair."
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The couple have won the hearts of the nation thanks to their appearance on Gogglebox.
They met when they were just 21, when Giles was studying at Wimbledon Art School and Mary was working as a model.
Before their Gogglebox debut, Giles dedicated his life to art and is an acclaimed artist, while Mary is a journalist whose columns feature in a number of different publications.
Mary is credited as being an etiquette expert and in 2012 she published a book called How The Queen Can Make You Happy.
The couple joined Gogglebox in 2015 for the fifth series and have been an integral part of the much-loved Channel 4 show ever since.
Fans have fallen in love with their quirky views, eccentric style choices and their adorable nicknames for each other.
They can regularly be heard on-screen referring to each other as 'Nutty' during Gogglebox episodes.
Mary has previously spoken out about finding fame on Gogglebox; in a column for The Spectator she explained: "The public's reaction is entirely benign.
"People approach me, their faces wreathed in smiles. 'You're Mary from Gogglebox, aren't you? I just want to say – your husband makes us laugh."
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