THE One show fans were left distracted by James Nesbitt when he appeared on last night's show after spotting his VERY bizarre eyebrows.
The Cold Feet star, 56, was discussing his upcoming acting plans and had viewers convinced he had drawn on his eyebrows.
The TV star appeared via video linkbut it wasn't long before social media was flooded with fans pointing out the barmy-looking brows.
One wrote: "What is going on with James Nesbitt's eyebrows? Did he draw them on while riding a unicycle along a cobbled street?"
Another quipped: "James Nesbitt's eyebrows are something to behold. It's as if he's fallen asleep and some mischievous children have got the felt tip pens out."
A third joked: "James Nesbitt getting ready for the show," accompanied by a video of a woman drawing on her eyebrows with a coat hanger.
James was also on the show to promote Soccer Aid and discussed how the event would help even more children this year, after the coronavirus pandemic.
The telly favourite explained: “It’s a fantastic night, for the people that go there love it, the fact that so many legendry footballers, we’ve got Scholes, Neville.”
Stars from the world of celebrity and sport – such as Usain Bolt and Olly Murs – do battle on the pitch as England aim to bounce back after losing to the Rest Of The World XI in 2020.
Soccer Aid has raised over £47million for Unicef since its inception in 2006 with a record-breaking £9.3m raised in 2020 alone.
A stellar cast awaits this year as Soccer Aid returns in front of fans in Manchester.
Wayne Rooney will be coming out of retirement to play for England. Rooney was the Three Lions manager in 2020.
Usain Bolt, Gary Neville and Paul Scholes have also signed-up to play in the big one.
Kelly Smith, Roberto Carlos, Patrice Evra, David James, Ashley Cole, Emile Heskey and Jamie Redknapp have also been confirmed to play.
Harry Redknapp returns as Manager of the Soccer Aid World XI FC, while Micah Richards joins the England coaching team with David Seaman as goalkeeping coach.
On the celeb front, James Arthur, Tom Grennan, Olly Murs, Mark Wright, Paddy McGuinness, Ore Oduba, Kem Cetinay, Liv Cooke, Roman Kemp and Chunkz will all be running out on the pitch.
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