GMB fans in hysterics after mistakenly spotting ‘white powder’ on Susanna Reid’s desk

GOOD Morning Britain fans were left in hysterics when they spotted a line of white powder on Susanna Reid’s desk.

Hundreds of people took to social media to point out that a suspicious line had appeared in front of the 47-year-old presenter after a commercial break.

Fans spotted what looked like powder on the table in front of Susanna Reid

A picture of the mystery substance – which fans noticed on the desk on 11 October – went viral as viewers mischievously speculated about what it could be.

A show insider assures us it was simply loose powder make-up after Susanna got a quick touch up before an arm wrestling segment with Jason Manford.

But that didn’t stop fans coming up with a string of unlikely suggestions after a grab of the moment was posted on Reddit, leading to 800 comments.

“I somehow doubt Susanna Reid is banging lines in front of a packed studio at 9am,” reasoned LegitimateMousse, while another joked: “I doubt they are blowing rails!”

Susanna had in fact just had her make-up touched up
She had been arm wrestling with Jason Manford

“Could be sugar from her coffee that got pushed by paper,” suggested user THE_FINAL_PAM_.

“Sugar isn’t that chunky bruv,” pointed out TrillvMurray.

While leshake observed: “Not gritty enough. I’m guessing that it’s a sugar substitute.

“Could be creamer. The consistency would match up a little better,” suggested user The_Long_Wait.

“Or powder from a make-up person doing a touch up during a break,” was user Wallyleaks’ suggestion.

Others thought that the line looked like it could be loose silica powder.

While another suggestion was that it could be foundation. “Probably from a make-up brush that was set there on top of a compact or something while the cosmetician was doing something else.”

Susanna is known for getting people talking
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