This Morning fans baffled by bizarre message in India Willoughby’s room

India Willoughby boldly shared a message during her segment on This Morning today as she placed a sign behind her telling Twitter to "chill".

ITV viewers were left baffled as she spoke to hosts Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford but they couldn't help but focus on the message behind her.

While giving her opinion on the news of the day with Andrew Neil, fans were more focused on the spelling on the sign.

Viewers rushed to their own Twitter accounts to share their thought's on India's sign, which read: "Chill Twiter. [sic]"

Many fans then cheekily pointed out that she had spelt Twitter wrong.

One mocked: "What’s Twiter, India?."

A second commented: "Chill Twitter?"

A third confused fan asked: "Is she literally telling her Twitter to chill?"

"She’s telling 'Twiter' whatever that is," a Twitter user replied.

Another said: "What does India Willoughby's 'Chill Twiter' sign mean? What is Twiter?"

"If you’re going to have a 'Chill Twitter' sign behind you, at least spell it correctly," one tweeted followed by a sea of laughing emojis.

Another commented: "This Morning, please tell India, Twitter is double T. Oops!"

But after she was done with her live TV appearance India quickly took to Twitter to tell her 41,000 followers why it was spelt wrong.

She explained: "I’ve lost the other T. Only got two of each in a box."

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Her fans instantly rushed to respond to her explanation, one said: "I thought to myself is it supposed to spell Twitter?"

"I'd hoped you had done it on actual purpose. Have a good one," said another.

"It cheered me up, so job done!" tweeted one more.

Elsewhere on the episode, Ruth and Eamonn spoke to a man about the lasting effects of being hit by lightning.

This Morning airs weekdays at 10.30am on ITV

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