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This Morning Viewers In Shock After Hearing Teletubbies Speak For The First Time

Lucy Devine

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This Morning Viewers In Shock After Hearing Teletubbies Speak For The First Time

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This Morning fans have been left shook today, after the Teletubbies spoke during an interview with Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield.

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Anyone who grew up watching the Teletubbies might remember Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po, barely speaking at all. In fact, we recall them only ever saying their names or a few words here and there.

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And after appearing on This Morning today, fans are convinced they've never heard them speak full sentences - until now.

One person wrote on Twitter: "Teletubbies didn’t talk this much when I was young."

While another said: "Is it just me who’s a little freaked out by the Teletubbies speaking in semi coherent sentences? I just remember them talking in one or two word phrases - 'tubby custard', 'again!'"

A third added: "The Teletubbies are on this morning, and they’re speaking, is this a new thing because I’m sure they just made noises when we were little?"

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The Teletubbies spoke to Holly and Phil on This Morning (Credit: ITV)
The Teletubbies spoke to Holly and Phil on This Morning (Credit: ITV)

The Teletubbies joined Holly and Phil to chat about their new album, Ready, Steady, Go!.

"You're up against Coldplay and the Spice Girls in the charts, so, do you think you're going to beat them?" Asks Phil.

"Teletubbies song the bestest song," says Laa-Laa.

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While Po adds: "Teletubbies number one!"

"It's so lovely to see you, will you come and see us again at some point?" asks Holly.

"We love Holly and Phil!" says Po.

So cute!

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The Teletubbies have a new album out, Ready, Steady, Go! (Credit: ITV)
The Teletubbies have a new album out, Ready, Steady, Go! (Credit: ITV)

Ahead of their 25th anniversary next year, the Teletubbies' album will feature 10 songs in total, with single Peekaboo, released just a few days ago on 25th September.

The full album will drop on 15th October - and each track will have an accompanying music video!

It's not the first time the Teletubbies have had a song in the charts. Back in the 90s, the track Teletubbies Say 'Eh-oh!' remained in the top 100 for over 40 weeks and sold more than 1.3 million copies.

Topics: TV And Film

Lucy Devine
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