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    Steve Carell sends fans into a panic as he struggles to pronounce ‘CBeebies’ in hilarious clip

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    On Friday, July 1, Steve Carell joined a famous list of celebrities to read a story to young people when his episode aired.

    And Steve Carell, 59, left fans stunned by trying to pronounce ‘CBeebies’ in a hilarious clip from Bedtime Stories that went viral on social media.

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    Steve read the story The Brows of Doom written by Steve Smallman, but trying to pronounce the show’s name provoked laughter after it was posted on Twitter.

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    Hilarious: Steve Carell, 59, left fans in stitches as he tried to pronounce ‘CBeebies’ in a hilarious clip from Bedtime Stories that went viral on social media

    In the short video, Steve is seen saying, “Imagine never watching CBG. CC Geebies. CB… well, I guess.

    One Twitter user tweeted the nine-second clip, writing, “You can’t beat Steve Carell trying to pronounce CBeebies.”

    In response, someone tweeted, “I didn’t have ‘Steve Carell will be on Cbeebies’ on my 2022 bingo card, but here we are.”

    “Silver fox,” another wrote with a laughing emoji, while someone excitedly replied, “It’s Mitch Kessler!” After a morning show character.

    Oops!  Steve read a short story written by Steve Smallman called The Brows of Doom, but his attempt to pronounce the show's name provoked laughter after it was posted on Twitter.

    Oops! Steve read a short story written by Steve Smallman called The Brows of Doom, but his attempt to pronounce the show’s name provoked laughter after it was posted on Twitter.

    I love it!  Fans on Twitter raved about the star's hilarious clip.

    I love it! Fans on Twitter raved about the star’s hilarious clip.

    Caption: On Friday, July 1, the comedian joined an illustrious list of celebrities to read a story to young people when his episode aired.

    Caption: On Friday, July 1, the comedian joined an illustrious list of celebrities to read a story to young people when his episode aired.

    Speaking about appearing on the show, Steve said: “I loved reading to my kids when they were younger, so it was a joy to read a bedtime story to CBeebies, about a mischievous pair of eyebrows wreaking havoc, something I’m sure we can all relate to.

    The father of two, who has a daughter, Elizabeth Ann, 21, and a son, John, 18, with his wife Nancy Carell, answered questions from fans on social media ahead of his appearance.

    A viewer revealed a “sweet” misunderstanding with his daughter, who thought they were looking for Doug and the squirrels in the woods rather than trying to identify real squirrels, ending the 30-minute search for the CBBC characters.

    Celebrities: A list of celebrities participated in the weekly bedtime reading, including Tom Hardy, 44, who read Helen Stephens' Fleabag on National Dog Day (pictured in 2021)

    Celebrities: A list of celebrities participated in the weekly bedtime reading, including Tom Hardy, 44, who read Helen Stephens’ Fleabag on National Dog Day (pictured in 2021)

    Superstar: In July, Chris Hemsworth, 38, made his CBeebies debut, telling the story of a teddy bear who is afraid of rain and thunder.

    Superstar: In July, Chris Hemsworth, 38, made his CBeebies debut, telling the story of a teddy bear who is afraid of rain and thunder.

    Steve replied: That’s really cute. This is the moment you will cherish with your children…

    And everything can drive you crazy, everything can feel like you are losing your mind a little bit, but you will remember these memories and these moments with such joy.

    The comedian joins Australian star Chris Hemsworth, 38, singer Harry Styles, 28, and actor Tom Hardy, 44, who are the latest celebrities to read the CBeebies bedtime story.

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    One Directioner: In May, Harry Styles, 28, read Jess Hitchman’s In Every House, Every Street, a moving celebration of homes and the different families that live in them.

    Source: Daily Mail

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