Alison Hammond cringes after accidentally splattering audience with paint10/29/2020
Alison Hammond was left panicking on This Morning this week, after she accidentally "splattered" an audience with fake blood during a performance.
The 45-year-old presenter visited a "Zombie Experience" to get a briefing on how to behave like a zombie, practicing her zombie growl and perfecting her zombie walk.
Later, Alison put her research to the test as she performed as part of a "zombie" show, dressing up with grey face paint and a deathly wig.
At one point in the performance, she was supposed to splatter one segment of the crowd with fake blood, leaving the remaining patrons completely dry.
Unfortunately, Alison got confused and aimed at the wrong people, leaving them coated in a shade of crimson paint.
Turning to the camera, she exclaimed: "I accidentally splattered the people that weren't meant to be splattered.
"That has been one of the best things I've ever done in my life."
Meanwhile, watching from home, This Morning viewers were in stitches, as they creased in laughter over Alison's zombie performance.
One exclaimed: "Alison Hammond …j was dying for her to burst into hysterical laughter during that."
"Patiently waiting for Alison to deck one of these Zombies that jumps out at her," wrote a second.
And a third chimed: "Alison's zombie noise!"
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