Alan Carr may be known to UK audiences as one of the nation’s leading stand-up comedians and chat show hosts, but to busy Hollywood star Priyanka Chopra Jonas, he might as well be an interior designer.

Alan Carr standing in front of a computer: During an appearance on The One Show, Priyanka Chopra Jonas mistook Alan Carr for an interior designer.

During an appearance on The One Show, Priyanka Chopra Jonas mistook Alan Carr for an interior designer.

And, to be fair, considering the Chatty Man host was appearing on The One Show to promote the next series of Interior Design Masters, you can definitely forgive Priyanka for thinking that’s exactly what Alan does for a living.

Priyanka posing for the camera: Priyanka Chopra

Priyanka Chopra

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Also appearing on the BBC show to promote her new book Unfinished, Priyanka provided awkwardness vampires with an absolute feast when she told Alan that what he does is “an integral part of most people’s lives”.

“We just finished doing up our house, just now in LA,” she began. “And it was the first time in about 15 years that I’ve spent time picking colours and cushions, so I think what you do is such an integral part of most people’s lives. So thank you, really.”

Alan didn’t quite have time to correct her, but he did sit there looking a bit awkward.

Alan Carr standing in front of a computer screen

Alan Carr

Naturally, those watching at home found the exchange hilarious, with one person tweeting: “Priyanka thinking Alan Carr is an interior designer has made my day.”

“Priyanka Chopra praising and thanking Alan Carr for all he does in the world on interior design,” another added, alongside a number of crying laughing faces.

Another wrote: “Cackling at Priyanka thinking Alan Carr is some huge interior designer ‘changing lives’.”

“So @priyankachopra thinking Alan Carr is a interior designer is the most wholesome and One Show thing ever,” added another.

Check out more reactions below.

The One Show airs weekdays on BBC One at 7pm.

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By Arhaq