Good Morning Britain's host Ranvir Singh snapped when a "creepy" deepfake video lightened her skin colour in a Spice Girl music video.

The presenter was chatting with showbiz correspondent Richard Arnold on Wednesday's show about Victoria Beckham's son Brooklyn mocking his mum by popping his face on hers for the girl group's hit song "Say You'll Be There".

After the clip aired, Richard then showed a deepfake version with Ranvir's face over it.

The 43-year-old re-watched the clip the and gasped: "Oh that's not me! What have you done to my skin colour?

"I’m not white, I don’t know if anybody’s noticed. Anyway, thank you very much."

To steer the awkward blunder away, Richard added: "It reminds me of those old Foxy Bingo adverts. It’s all a bit dark. Not for me at all."

Clearly not amused by the technology, Ranvir said: "No, a bit creepy. You know what I find lovely? The real legs of Ben and Susanna have entered the studio. There's nothing fake about them."

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The technology was previously seen one Channel 4 when they aired a deepfake version of the Queen giving an alternative Christmas speech back in December.

Deepfake videos of Hollywood actor Tom Cruise also recently went viral on TikTok where viewers were nearly fooled by the "worringly good" images.

A university professor pointed out that a way to identify authentic footage from the deepfakes is by tracking the eye movement.

The eye colour and the eye shape would change in the digital images.

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