A giant Power Ranger invaded Jonathan Ross' new comedy show 'Oh What a Week'.
Ross is a panellist on the ITV programme along with comedian Jo Brand.
The six-foot Power Ranger, originally found at Bandai's London Toy Fair 2013 stand to celebrate the brand's 20th anniversary, appeared on a pilot episode of the show.
The statue - which is made from 633 individual figures and took 200 hours to make - was spotted by Ross and was specially requested to be brought in for filming.
Jonathan Ross, Jason Manford, Jo Brand and Katherine Jenkins all admired the work of art as it was being filmed in front of a live studio audience.
Ross said he "would love to keep" the giant Power Ranger, before talking about his love of action figures.
The statue will also go on display on the fourth floor of Hamleys.
Hamleys Category Manager for Boys toys, Claire Smith, commented: “We are absolutely delighted to be the only retailer to showcase this incredible work of art."
Andrew Welch, Senior Product Manager at Bandai UK, added: “We’ve had a lot of buzz at Toy Fair around our large Power Ranger statue made from our Power Ranger figures. It’s great to see that celebrities like Jonathan Ross are also showing their support and love for the brand in this milestone anniversary year for Power Rangers."
The statue was created by artist Robert Bradford.
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