Lorraine viewers said they were 'not actually listening' during the first show of the week as they became invested in another detail.
The TV favourite was back to front her self-titled show on Monday. She decided to make the most of the glorious weather.
The host and the crew took the whole show outside and set up a stone's throw away from the ITV studio in White City Place, London.
Lorraine, 60, was rocking a blue and white floral dress - possibly a nod to Scotland kicking off their Euro 2020 campaign today.
Among the guests was Good Morning Britain's Richard Madeley, as well as regulars Dr Hilary Jones and royal correspondent Russell Myers.
Instead of listening to what Lorraine and her guests had to say, viewers were more interested in what was going on around her, the Mirror reports.
"Too busy concentrating on trying to spot a celeb in the background to actually listen to what Richard is saying. Sorry, not sorry," one wrote.
Another joked: "Oh, someone has treated themselves to a nice Pret brekkie. Lorraine moving outside was the change I needed this morning."
"Those people in the background of Lorraine have no idea I’m so fascinated with their Monday morning. Look at that moody passerby. Love that they’ve decided to switch it up even if it is a bit distracting," a third added.
Others, however, were unimpressed.
"Lorraine outdoors just doesn’t work. I can’t stop looking at those people lurking behind her," one complained.
Another added: "Why do shows feel the need to go outside when the sun shines? I don’t think it works as well as in-studio."