The One Show viewers are distracted by James Nesbitt’s appearance: ‘What on earth has happened?’


The One Show viewers are distracted by James Nesbitt’s appearance: ‘What on earth has happened?’

On Tuesday evening, James Nesbitt, a guest on THE ONE SHOW, kept viewers guessing about what had happened to his brows.

James Nesbitt, a 56-year-old actor and TV host, came on the BBC’s The One Show to discuss this year’s Soccer Aid. After the coronavirus epidemic, Lee Mack, Alex Jones, and Jermaine Jenas all joined in on the discussion on how the event could assist even more children this year. The appearance of James’ eyebrows, rather than the dialogue, astounded observers.

“It could vaccinate two billion children, get children back to school, beat starvation, and provide them with the healthcare they require,” James began.

“It’s a tremendous night for the fans because there are so many legendary footballers there, like Scholes and Neville.”

“We’ve got Lee Mack, don’t forget Mack in the building, he’s going to be performing as well,” Jermaine said.

“Lee Mack, yes,” James nodded, as Jermaine added, “Hold on a minute because we have to talk about this, alright.”

“Lee, I told Jermaine not to bring this up right, but he insisted,” Alex soothed Lee.

“Thanks, Jermaine,” Lee said, ashamed, before James continued, “The thing about Lee is Lee has the requisite courage to step up and do it every time.”

Fans, however, were unable to focus on the matter due to their distraction by his looks, and rushed to Twitter to vent their displeasure.

“Ask him what’s going on with them brows,” one commenter suggested.

“What’s up with James Nesbitt’s brows?” wondered another. Man, those things are terrifying.”

“Good on James, just worried what happened to your brows?” wrote a third.

A fourth user wrote, “Couldn’t take my eyes off his brows.”

Soccer Aid for UNICEF, founded by Robbie Williams in 2006, is the world’s largest celebrity-charity football match, raising funds to give children the greatest possible start in life.

This year’s Soccer Aid will be the tenth, and on September 4, 2021, spectators will be welcomed to the new host location, Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium.

Professional footballers Wayne Rooney, Paul Scholes, and Gary Neville are among the England team’s players.

Paddy McGuiness, Mark Wright, Kelly Smith, and Lee Mack are among the other stars who will play for England against the World XI squad.

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