Inside Jonathan Ross’s huge comic-filled man cave as he stuns viewers who think he is filming from Ikea

JONATHAN Ross gave the Loose Women viewers a glimpse of his incredible comic-filled man cave.

The 59-year-old presenter appeared on today's instalment of the lunchtime stalwart from his sprawling north London home and left many ITV fans asking if he was filming from Ikea.

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The chat show host's gave the panellists a look into the room he has kept for beloved collectables that include comics, cult films, television, games and pulp fiction literature.

He is currently adhering to social distancing measures with screenwriter wife Jane Goldman and his father-in-law at their city abode.

Jonathan revealed the enormous spare room while he appeared on the show via videolink to discuss how he has been isolating during lockdown.

Yet, fans of the show took to Twitter in their droves to comment on his incredible space and asking if he was filming from IKEA with all the storage.


A viewer quipped: "Is @wossy filming from an IKEA?

"Is Jonathan Ross isolating in a gift shop?" another penned. "Does Jonathan Ross live in a branch of Paperchase?"

A fourth joked: "Just tuned into #LooseWomen does @wossy live in a gift shop of his stuff!? I need this room in my life for for my stuff!"

The space features rows upon rows of shelving which contained comic-book figurines in pristine packaging.

Aside from the shelving units, Jonathan has a place to unwind with an impressive vinyl player, which is flanked by a model of the Thunderbirds aircraft.

Jonathan's appearance on Loose Women comes as he discussed abiding to the UK's strict lockdown rules in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

Despite the social distancing guidelines, the TV star admitted that he has never been closer to his children Betty, Harvey and Honey – although all three living away from home.

He told the panel: "I see them more than I need to to be honest. I’m online all the time. We’re probably, in a way, as a family, spending more time together than not actually being physically together than ever before.

"I know my wife misses the physical contact – she really wants to hug them, she misses that side of it all, but I think overall we just count our blessings. None of them are sick, they’re all kind of OK and they’re all with someone."

He continued: "My son is with his girlfriend, they’ve lived together for years. My daughter, my eldest one’s with her girlfriend, they don’t live together but they’ve been together for years.

"And my youngest daughter, she’s not in a relationship but she’s with her flatmate and they’ve got their cat and they're perfectly happy, so they’ve all got company, and none of them have this dreadful illness so we all feel very blessed."

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