Four in a Bed viewers were left distracted by a certain guests style on the Channel 4 show on Wednesday night’s episode of the popular series.
The guests all took a trip to The Kedleston Country House in Derbyshire to visit hosts Helen and Sally, and guests Sophia and Dani found it difficult to sleep on the night.
Dani mentioned that the gap at the back of their bed “made it really difficult to get comfortable”, and struggled to sleep through the night.
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But that was not the stand out point for the viewers – as many were distracted by Carl’s haircut on the Channel 4 show!
Fans flocked to social media to get stuck into his crazy hairdo, with one Twitter user writing: “I’m sorry I just can’t get past Carl’s hair. Why would anyone choose that haircut #FourInABed”
One defended Carl’s headstyle, writing: “I love those two, his do is erm…unique?”
Another said: “Looks ok…until he goes outdoors in a slight breeze.”
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And a third wrote: “Was wondering this very thing…funny guy, but seriously needs a rethink on the hairdo. #FourInABed”
Further comments read: “Just when you thought Carl couldn’t be more tacky… #fourinabed”, but one thought this episode was stellar, stating: “Wednesdays visit best for me up to now. #FourInABed”
The episode ended on a positive note for once, with all three guests confirming they would definitely come back at visit Sally and Helen’s humble abode.
Four in a Bed resumes on Thursday, March 31 at 5pm on Channel 4.