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Phillip Schofield has admitted that he can't quite shake the image of 'the world's largest penis' after Jonah Falcon appeared on This Morning last week. You can see how that went here:
In case you missed it, Phillip and fellow This Morning host Josie Gibson were left shocked after meeting Jonah last week and being presented with an image of his privates. There's nothing quite like daytime telly, is there?
Jonah claims to have a 13.5 inch penis, which he says is the biggest in the world, and was on the show to open up about his life.
On today's episode of the show, Phillip welcomed back his usual co-host Holly Willoughby, after she was off ill last week - missing her chance to meet Jonah.
Holly said: "All I did was watch you, it was a great show - I really enjoyed myself in my sickness!"
To which he replied: "You missed the man with the biggest penis in the world!"
However, Holly then revealed she had watched the show at home, to which Phillip confessed: "There's something I can't get out of my head!"
Last week's show, saw Phillip and Josie reeling after being presented with the X-rated image.
During the interview, Jonah had been using a number of objects to give them an idea of what he's carrying between his legs all day, comparing his penis to a Pringles tube and a particular hefty aubergine.
But nothing really compares to the real thing, does it? So he decided to give them a proper visual.
After handing over the snap, Phil said: "Oh fire!" while an embarrassed Josie turned her head away.
Jonah then told them: "So now you no longer have to compare to these objects."
Prompting Phillip to say: "Congratulations."
He also revealed that his famous member had meant he was sought after by numerous famous faces.
Josie asked: "You have had a few Hollywood partners, I know you are not allowed to say but do you get that a lot?"
To which actor Jonah replied: "Here's the thing, a large majority are just very well known, not necessarily Hollywood.
"As a matter of fact, a big chunk of them come from the British Isles."
Phillip Schofield added: "Do they contact you?"
Jonah explained that they usually get in touch via 'friends of friends'.