Good Morning Britain returned to our screens this morning for one of their first shows of the year.
Ben Shephard and Kate Garraway were on presenting duty today and opened the show by discussing Januhairy.
This sees women not shave any hair on their body for the whole of January.
I'm A Celebrity star Kate, 52, made a massive error during her announcement though as she said she was taking on the month-long campaign.
Presenter Kate said: "I just thought hairanuary. That's a fun standing word, I'll give it ago.
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"That was basically my thinking."
A baffled Ben , 47, couldn't help but correct his co-star.
"Isn't it Januhairy not hairanuary?" the presenter asked.
The dynamic duo bursted into fits of laughter over Kate's major blunder.
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Covering her eyes with her hands, Kate yelled: "Ah I got the name wrong. It's so early on.
"Oh Januhairy. That's much better."
Kate later turned to ask stand in Showbiz Editor and fellow I'm A Celeb pal Myles Stephenson "What do you think about hair women Myles?"
A shocked Myles stumbled on his answer before Sean Fletcher stepped in and said "I think that's a no."
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Kate added: 'Yeah I think that's a not keen."
Myles and Kate became close friends while taking part in ITV reality show I'm A Celeb in 2019.
Januhairy wants ladies to "love and accept" their natural hair while raising money for charity.
Founder Laura Jacksn, 21, said she has had a "great response" and women from all over the world have now signed up to take part in the campaign.
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV
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