Jeremy Corbyn caught stealing an admiring glance at Pamela Anderson on Good Evening Britain

The Labour boss appeared alongside the former Baywatch actress on Good Evening Britain last night, but couldn't resist a sneaky peak when he was sitting next to her.

As host Piers Morgan was introducing the line up for the hour-long show, which included ex-Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls, actor Danny Dyer and Tory CCHQ boss James Cleverly, Jezza couldn't resist taking a glance at the 50-year-old Baywatch beauty.

The Good Evening Britain host said she was "probably the most famous WAG in the world" – her boyfriend Adil Rami is playing for France in the World Cup.

Jez and Pam were seen whispering to each other as the show kicked off.

And his eyes flicked down at her for a split second as they chatted.

The addition of both Corbyn and Pamela Anderson to the panel also left viewers scratching their heads.

One twitter user said: "Pamela Anderson hasn't got a clue what's going on, she doesn't even know why she's here."

Jez also revealed that he's not watching the hit reality TV show Love Island – which Dyer's daughter Dani is currently appearing on.

But the Labour boss is a fan of Danny in Eastenders.

The actor later went on to stun guests on the show when he branded former Prime Minister David Cameron a "t**t" in a startling rant about Brexit.

In the foul-mouthed tirade, Dyer said he didn't have a "clue" about Brexit, and called it a "mad riddle".

Dyer said: "This whole Brexit thing, when you're judging everyone on Brexit if they don't know nothing about it. Who knows about Brexit? No one's got a f**king clue what Brexit is. You watch Question Time, it's comedy."

Attempting to interject, Susanna said: "Were you no clearer when Jeremy Corbyn…"

But Dyer cut across her, saying: "No I ain't got a clue, no one knows what it is – it's like this mad riddle and no one knows what it is, right. So what's happened to that t**t David Cameron who called it on," he added, as Piers and Susanna looked red-faced.

"Let's be fair, how come he can scuttle off," he said. "He called all this on, where is he? In Europe, in Nice, with his trotters up, where is the geezer? I think he should be held to account for it."

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