The 36-year-old had given her fellow panellist Rachel Corbett a dress of hers to borrow for the show but there was apparently a "residual smell" lingering in the fabric. Watch the hilarious clip above.
"I didn't realise she (Rachel) was borrowing one of my dresses," Carrie said in hysterics, "and she just turned to me and said, 'I think there's residual smell in this dress from the last person that wore is because I'm really smelling very bad tonight.' I said, 'It was me.'"
"Old Carrie Stinkmore strikes again," other panellist Tommy Little joked, chiming in on the subject.
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While the whole panel were in fits of laughter, Carrie tried to smell her co-host's armpit to get proof of how bad the odour was.
"If you're going to accuse me on national television of smelling, put your arm up," Carrie said.
Waleed Aly stuck up for his co-host Rachel pointing out that it was, in fact, Carrie who brought up the hilarious story.
Let's just hope, for the sake of Carrie, the name "Stinkmore" doesn't stick.
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