- Publish Date
- Friday, 22 July 2016, 8:20AM
TV personality Piers Morgan described interviewing identical twins from Australia who speak in unison as "one of the greatest interviews I have ever conducted in my life".
Chatting to Bridgette and Paula Powers. He struggled to hold it together. The 42-year-old Powers twins, who live in Brisbane, devote their time to rescuing sea birds and say they are too busy to have love lives.
A lot of people weren't impressed by the twins speaking in unison and reckoned one of them would lead and the other would jump in.
Those twins on good morning Britain can't read each others minds, they were just waiting for the other to talk then joining in #ridiculous— stacey louise (@staceylouise26) July 19, 2016
What the fuck are they twins all about on Good Morning Britain they're just copying one another 😂— Kathryn Henry (@kathenry93) July 19, 2016
#GoodMorningBritain the twins aren't actually speaking at the same time they're basically just finishing each other's sentence. Killing me.— Carly McDougall (@xCarlyMcx) July 19, 2016
This twins unison thing on good morning Britain is getting me so unnecessarily annoyed 🤔— Vanessa (@iamvanaynay) July 19, 2016
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