EMMERDALE star Danny Miller has explained the cheeky hand gesture he made behind Keith Lemon's back on Loose Women yesterday.
In a post on Twitter, then actor said the gesture had been previously planned and was intended to signal Keith to "get off the stage."
Danny Miller took to Twitter to explain his 'rude' hand gesture on Loose Women
He wrote: "Ha! FINALLY get why people think I was being rude this morning.
"THAT ✊🏼 was ‘get off the stage Keith’ & you’ll find THAT was part of the script & the show.
"THAT was the idea of Keith being on the show.
"Popping up everywhere? Wow people! I ❤️ @lemontwittor so chill 😂😂. "
ITV Danny Miller appeared to make a rude sign behind Keith Lemon's back during a link to Loose Women from This Morning yesterday.
Keith agreed, tweeting Danny: "Love you too mate! Lot of fuss over nothing. Great seeing you!"
This Morning viewers were shocked on yesterday's show when Danny appeared to make the gesture during a preview segment via video link.
Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes were chatting to the Loose Women to find out what was on the programme when Keith Lemon tried to steal the show – and Danny appeared unimpressed.
ITV Keith wanted to steal the limelight
The star, who plays Aaron Dingle on the soap, was there to chat about the current dramatic storyline, when comedian Keith came rushing on screen.
As Ruth and Eamonn tried to chat to the panel, Keith jumped about shouting: "I'm on, me, I'm on."
Danny, who was sat directly behind him, tried to shoo him off and made the gesture.
Eagle-eyed viewers spotted it and took to Twitter to point it out.
ITV They were chatting to Ruth and Eamonn in the studio
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