PERFECT House, Secret Location fans were left seriously distracted by 'fit and filthy' host Steve Jones.
The second episode of the Channel 4 show saw the Welsh presenter, 45, help Hartlepool couple Ronnie and Ahmad Khouja find their dream home.
The pair told Steve that they wanted a smaller property, large garden, a lively community and a secure place for their dog to live and br happy.
The host went on to show them four different potential homes he thought that ticked all those boxes – but they had NO clue where any of them were in the UK.
Although Steve showed the couple some breathtaking properties, viewers at home were more impressed by the host.
Many took to Twitter to swoon over the TV star.
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One wrote: "Steve Jones is just FIT!! that is all! #perfecthousesecretlocation."
Another said: "Steve Jones is the gift that keeps on giving."
A third added: "Steve Jones is still a filthy ride, pass it on."
"Steve Jones is still so handsome. He’s just a DILF now," a fourth chimed in.
It comes after viewers were left furious after tuning into the first episode of the new Channel 4 show last week.
Steve showed couple Steffi, 37,and Jimmy McGeoghan, 38, a number of properties away from London.
They had been based in Brentford for the past fourteen years with their three children Alice, Heidi and Franklin.
The family visited a mock-Tudor home, a Georgian house with a wine cellar and an old converted Post Office as they looked for more space.
They were taken to the coast in Hastings for their first visit, where they saw the spacious Tudor house with six bedrooms and four bathrooms.
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The three following visits saw them visit Cambridge, South Norfolk and Uxbridge in the hopes of finding their dream property.
Steffi and James took their family back to the Georgian home in Cambridgeshire to decide whether to put an offer in on the huge house.
But before they got a chance, an offer was put in by another buyer and they lost out on the "perfect house".
While the family were impressed with all the homes on offer, viewers watching from their sofas were angry at how the programme portrayed property-buying outside the capital.
"London w*****s who can afford to buy a castle after selling their s***ty little suburban houses," one viewer scathed.
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A second chimed in: "Wanna know precisely what's wrong with housing in Britain today?
"Why London has such a toxic effect and just how tone bloody deaf and screamingly angry smug property programmes can make you when whole generations can't get housed? Head to Perfect House."
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