Cheryl Tweedy was left mortified when Victoria Beckham responded to a prank text sent from her phone.
The former X Factor judge allowed comedian Michael McIntyre to commandeer her mobile during his Big Show that will be aired on Saturday night.
Taking part in the “Send To All” segment Cheryl was forced to watch on as he drafted a risqué text and sent it to all her contacts – including a number of famous names.
In tomorrow night’s show, the Manchester Evening News reports that Michael wrote how the mum-of-one was taking part in a new art class and needed nude models to take part.
The text said: “Hi babe! I’m getting private art lessons and my homework this week is life drawing.
“Would you come round and pose naked for me?
“It’ll only take a few hours, we can have a good natter and don’t worry I’ll whack the heating up.
“If you’d rather we can position fruit and stuff in front of your naughty bits. Please say yes, need to know tonight!”
But Cheryl had to cover her eyes and cringe when the former Spice Girl responded to the text later in the show.
Posh replied: “Pardon?”
Not an unsurprising response to the strange request.
However other contacts did see the funny side, including Victoria’s former band mate.
Geri Horner said: “I don’t mind you drawing my bottom.”
While Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan responded in typical Piers fashion: “I thought you’d never ask.”
The cheekiest response came from someone closer to home.
Cheryl’s father Gary Tweedy, who still lives in the singer’s hometown of Newcastle, was the first to respond with: “It’s cold up here. I’ll only need a grape!”
The 35-year-old’s appearance on the show comes as she is set to make her TV gig comeback on new BBC talent show The Greatest Dancer.
The entertainment show will see Cheryl alongside Glee actor Matthew Morrison and Strictly Come Dancing professional Oti Mabuse head up the panel as dance captains with Britain’s Got Talent judge Alesha Dixon and Diversity dancer Jordan Banjo as hosts as they search for the best dancer.
Michael McIntyre’s Big Show is on Saturday January 5 at 7pm on BBC One followed by The Greatest Dancer at 8pm.