Springwatch get major format shake-up as Gemma Collins joins live show | The Sun

SPRINGWATCH is getting a major format shake-up as Gemma Collins joins the live show.

The BBC Two show is airing nightly from Monday to Thursdays with Chris Packham and Co dotted around the country bringing the latest wildlife news to viewers.

The show also has a live feed on the BBC's YouTube channel and its own website, and later today, reality TV queen Gemma will be joining presenter Hannah Stitfall.

A tweet on the show's official account announcing the unexpected guest read: "We have an EXTRA special live show today at lunchtime around 1.00pm @hannahstitfall will be joined LIVE by friend of the Watches @missgemcollins!

"@chrisgpackham is popping in to share his wildlife gardening tips! Watch on our website, Facebook, BBC iPlayer, BBC YouTube."

Gemma, 41, previously admitted she "just loves being with nature" on her reality show, Diva Forever.

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In the clip she added: "In fact I've just got to hug the tree a minute" and promptly got hold of the nearest tree.

Sharing the clip on her social media accounts at the time in 2019, The GC captioned it: "Does anyone else HUG TREES or is it just me DIVA FOREVER @itvbe this AUGUST #thegc."

Meanwhile, one Springwatch viewer has spotted a very spooky optical illusion in a tree behind a bird.

The BBC Two show saw the presenters delve deeper into some sensational badger behaviour picked up on in an earlier episode.

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Meanwhile Iolo Williams continued his wildlife exploration of Mull and Megan McCubbin hoped to get a sneaky view of a stoat hunting in Hauxley Nature Reserve.

Despite all the action going on, one viewer was distracted by a shot of a bird.

They felt they could see the face of a woman in the wood behind the bird, and shared a screenshot on Twitter.

They captioned it: "A woman's face which I could not unsee whilst catching up with @BBCSpringwatch #Halloween comes early #spooky."

Springwatch continues tonight at 8pm on BBC Two.

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