Josie Gibson quickly covers her modesty in Easter bunny costume

Josie Gibson quickly cupped her hands over her cleavage during a segement on This Morning on Friday when she appeared wearing a VERY racy Easter costume. 

After being tasked with dressing as an Easter bunny, host Alison Hammond, 46. told her: ‘We wanted a family friendly bunny, not a Playboy rabbit’  

Josie, 36, stepped out from behind a tree for the Easter edition of Dosh On Your Doorstep, in the tiny mini dress and ears but appeared to have got her choice of outfit wrong. 

'We wanted a family friendly bunny, not a Playboy rabbit': Josie Gibson quickly covered  her modesty after realising her Easter costume was a little too racy for This Morning on Friday

'We wanted a family friendly bunny, not a Playboy rabbit': Josie Gibson quickly covered  her modesty after realising her Easter costume was a little too racy for This Morning on Friday

‘We wanted a family friendly bunny, not a Playboy rabbit’: Josie Gibson quickly covered  her modesty after realising her Easter costume was a little too racy for This Morning on Friday

Unexpected: She showed off her assets in the plunging black apron dress featuring a bow tie detail which she paired with black rabbit ears

Unexpected: She showed off her assets in the plunging black apron dress featuring a bow tie detail which she paired with black rabbit ears

 Unexpected: She showed off her assets in the plunging black apron dress featuring a bow tie detail which she paired with black rabbit ears

She showed off her assets in the plunging black apron dress featuring a bow tie detail which she paired with black rabbit ears,

The former X Factor star covered her pins in black tights and added a pair of black elbow-length gloves to her ensemble.  

Stepping out wearing a pair of novelty ice-cream shaped sunglasses, the star left the presenters in the studio speechless. 

Co-host Dermott O’Leary, 47, sat with his head in his hands as Josie declared it was about to get ‘hot in here’.    

She said: ‘Well Alison I’ve had to wear my ice cream sunglasses to cool the situation down.’  

Dermot said: ‘Josie when I said the Cadbury’s caramel bunny that is not what I meant…’

Alison added: ‘We said something like family friendly… a bunny rabbit? Not like a Playboy bunny! What are you doing?!’

Hilarious: Host Alison Hammond, 46, told viewers that they'd convinced Josie to dress up as an Easter Bunny but they got more than they were expecting

Hilarious: Host Alison Hammond, 46, told viewers that they'd convinced Josie to dress up as an Easter Bunny but they got more than they were expecting

Hilarious: Host Alison Hammond, 46, told viewers that they’d convinced Josie to dress up as an Easter Bunny but they got more than they were expecting 

Dressed up: The former X Factor star covered her pins in black tights and added a pair of black elbow-length gloves to her sexy ensemble as she came out from behind a tree

Dressed up: The former X Factor star covered her pins in black tights and added a pair of black elbow-length gloves to her sexy ensemble as she came out from behind a tree

Funny: She added a pair of black elbow-length gloves to her sexy ensemble

Funny: She added a pair of black elbow-length gloves to her sexy ensemble

Dressed up: The former X Factor star covered her pins in black tights and added a pair of black elbow-length gloves to her sexy ensemble as she came out from behind a tree 

Earlier this week, This Morning hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield were in hysterics as Alison Hammond and Josie Gibson prepared for a potentially tricky outside broadcast in Cambridge. 

The hapless pair were sent to the historic university city, famous for its winding River Cam, to work on their boating skills amid claims of a shortage in female punters. 

But their initial broadcast quickly descended into chaos as they attempted to pronounce a boating term while reporting back to ITV studios during what rapidly turned into an innuendo filled show.  

‘They’ve let us into sophisticated Cambridge and today is a very special day because Josie and I are going to learn how to become punting chauffeurs. It’s going to be absolutely amazing,’ Alison told the hosts.

Antics: Stepping out wearing a pair of novelty ice-cream shaped sunglasses, the star left the presenters in the studio speechless

Antics: Stepping out wearing a pair of novelty ice-cream shaped sunglasses, the star left the presenters in the studio speechless

Antics: Stepping out wearing a pair of novelty ice-cream shaped sunglasses, the star left the presenters in the studio speechless 

Sensing potential disaster, Holly and Phil struggled to compose themselves after Josie made a game attempt at using some easily misinterpreted boating terminology. 

‘That is called a quant,’ she said, referring to the long pole traditionally used to propel punt boats across water.  

With the hosts busting into laughter an uncertain Alison quickly cut in, adding: ‘So we’re going to learn how to quant – quant. Did you hear me correctly? 

‘This is called a quant. That is called a punt. She is called Josie, I’m called Alison and we’re going to have a great day.’   

Evidently amused, Holly, remarked: ‘This is the greatest bit of television you will ever see.’ 

‘This will take us off air forever!’ Phillip promptly added, referring to Bristolian Josie’s awkward pronunciation of the boating term.

Seat of learning: The hapless pair were sent to the historic university city, famous for its winding River Cam, to work on their boating skills amid claims of a shortage in female punters

Seat of learning: The hapless pair were sent to the historic university city, famous for its winding River Cam, to work on their boating skills amid claims of a shortage in female punters

Seat of learning: The hapless pair were sent to the historic university city, famous for its winding River Cam, to work on their boating skills amid claims of a shortage in female punters

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