Chris Evans falls off his chair live on air leaving Virgin Radio breakfast show team in hysterics

Chris Evans falls off his chair live on air leaving Virgin Radio breakfast show team in hysterics

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CHRIS Evans was left red-faced after suffering a “pantomime fall” live on today’s Virgin Breakfast Radio Show.

The 53-year-old DJ had co-star Vassos Alexander in hysterics after awkwardly falling off his chair during a chat with a young listener.

Chris Evans was left red-faced after falling off his chair live on the radio today
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Left with no choice but to interrupt today’s caller, Vassos joked: “Something hilarious has just happened.

“Christopher has fallen off his chair in a very pantomime manor.”

Despite his attempt to sweep the incident under the carpet, Chris was forced to own up to the gaffe.

He laughed: “I fell off forwards, not even backwards, for no apparent reason. ”

Chris also chatted to Damien Lewis on today’s show
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The blunder came after Chris revealed he fasts for 12 hours every single day.

The star revealed he’s a fan of intermittent fasting and sometimes bans eating for as long as 16 hours.

The telly host spilled his dieting secret when a member of his team offered him an early morning brownie.

After turning one down, he confessed: “I do this 12 hour fast, which I have never talked about on the radio.

Chris revealed on yesterday’s radio show that he fasts for 12 hours a day
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“But I don’t eat for 12 hours a day as it improves everything. 16 hours is even better, but 12 hours is easy especially if you do a breakfast show.

“If you get up at silly o’clock, not eating for a 12 hour period is very easy. It is about now (7:40am) I could have it now. I mean I can’t really.”

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