House of Games viewers seriously distracted by Josie Long's outfit | The Sun

House of Games viewers seriously distracted by Josie Long's outfit | The Sun

HOUSE of Games viewers have been left seriously distracted by Josie Long's outfit.

The comedian is one of four well-known faces on the episodes airing this week on BBC Two.

She is joined by Olympians Steve Cram and Jeanette Kwakye and fellow comic Lloyd Griffith.

As Richard introduced them, the camera panned out wide so viewers could see them all full length.

However, Josie's outfit choice proved to be a bit of a distraction for some viewers.

Josie, 40, opted for a grey T-shirt, floral zip up hooded jacket and red shorts, which she teamed with trainers.

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Meanwhile the two men wore shirts and Jeanette wore a dress, leaving some at home questioning Josie's ensemble.

One wrote on Twitter: "Did Josie Long forgot that she had to be on the show and had no time to change clothes?"

Another added: "Also, Josie Long is wearing shorts on #HouseOfGames."

A third tweeted: "@JosieLong on fire tonight Josie 🔥 #HouseofGames."

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Last month, some viewers felt they wanted to 'switch off' the show after becoming unhappy with one element of it.

The line-up for this week's run of Osman's game show saw Mark Watson and Josie Lawrence, Raj Bisram and Laura Whitmore have their general knowledge tested.

However, those tuning in were peeved at the fact that they had no idea who some of the celebrities were.

Taking to Twitter, one person directed their message at the man himself, writing: Come on, Richard. We need new episodes."

Echoing their need for new instalments, someone else said: "I can't stand the quality of the guests that are on House of Games. I've got no idea who these 'celebrities' are."

While a third remarked: "When you can't stand one player so you can't watch an entire week of House of Games…"

House of Games airs weeknights at 6pm on BBC Two.

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