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Good Morning Britain star Laura Tobin found herself at the centre of attention on Wednesday after donning a pair of skintight PVC trousers to present the weather.
The 39-year-old meteorologist shattered thermometers as she flaunted her killer pins and peachy derriére in a pair of red faux leather trousers as she woke up the nation.
Laura donned a jumper with a rocket embraced on the front which read 'fly me to the moon' which she said was in honour of Tim Peake's appearance on the show this morning.
She added more sex appeal by adding a pair of black pair of heels to her latest look.
Laura wore her trademark brunette locks in loose curls and enhanced her look with some glam makeup.
ITV viewers rushed to their keyboards to compliment Laura's outfit choice as she offered the latest weather forecast.
Taking to Twitter, one fan penned: "Red leather trousers are back."
A second person posted: "Love those red leather!"
While a third social media user gushed: "Laura looks magnificent."
Laura was forced to step in and help co-star Charlotte Hawkins after Good Morning suffered a major technical blunder last week.
Charlotte, 45, had been presenting the first half an hour of GMB when viewers were suddenly left unable to hear her report on how the impact of the pandemic has been worse for women.
Things only went from bad to worse when Charlotte's muffled microphone failed to pick up her report on the heavy snow gripping the UK.
Coming to her colleague's aid, Laura spoke over the noise and began interviewing reporters Juliet Dunlop and Nick Dixon who were based around the UK about the cold front.
Following the technical blunder, Charlotte apologised to viewers and thanked Laura for "stepping in".
The presenter said: "Well, apologies, I've had sound issues with my microphone this morning.
"I've swapped it now. Thanks for stepping in there, Laura!"
Mum-of-one Laura recently confirmed she'd teamed up with ITV to film an exciting new series, named Saving Money and the Planet.
The show, which airs this evening, sees Laura explore the best ways to save money while living eco-consciously, by cutting down on food waste and limiting time spent driving.
Ahead of the show, she plugged: "I met lots of lovely people who've made changes in their lives to be greener.
"It doesn't always cost more like some people think. It can actually save you money."
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays on ITV at 6am
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