It’s not very often fans get to see comedian Jimmy Carr without a suit but on the latest episode of Sunday brunch, viewers were amazed to see him dressed quite casually.
The comedian who is usually suited and booted ditched his black-tie attire and opted for a more laid back look.
Jimmy, wore a grey top with a large white collar accompanied with grey and white sleeves but blamed his casual appearance on his hangover.
Talking openly about his clothes to presenters Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer, the comic said: "There's no makeup artist and I'm hungover right now if I'm honest with you but I think that's all the guests feel."
Tim complimented Jimmy and said he looked "gorgeous" despite there being no hair and make-up available for the lads due to the pandemic.
But in response to this Jimmy snapped: "How are we not allowed makeup – the makeup people need to eat too.
"They need their jobs back. You've got the camera people."
The star joked: "They can be replaced by machines and you know it."
8 Out Of 10 Cats presenter, Jimmy appeared on Sunday Brunch to discuss his BBC One show I Can See Your Voice but openly confessed that he wasn’t feeling 100% as the lockdown being eased made him feel worse.
"I'm a little bit hungover yeah just because it was the first Saturday you could actually go out and book a restaurant and when you eat outside in a restaurant garden it's a little bit chilly so I went onto spirits way too early."
Fans of Sunday Brunch were also pleasantly surprised with Jimmy’s new look and aired their views on social media.
One fan joked: "Jimmy Carr looking like a human being and not an android for a change I can't believe it."
Another said: "Jimmy Carr hanging like a bat with no makeup on is making my morning."
Last year the comic decided to cosmetically update his appearance by having a hair transplant, botox and got his teeth done.
Speaking openly on Gabby Logan’s Midpoint podcast earlier, the star said: "I got my teeth done, that’s the first thing I had done.
"They’re more than veneers. I got every tooth in my head done in one sitting.
"I did 12 hours in the chair the first day, then 12 hours the second, it was like a three day thing where you’ve got temporary things on, it’s pretty full on.
"I think they gave me Rohypnol intravenously into the vein and you’re kind of out of it and they do everything and you’re fine. It’s a dream-like haze, you’re in a weird space."
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