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Laura Tobin struts into work in PJs ahead of glamorous GMB transformation
Good Morning Britain.The 41-year-old took to her Instagram account as she showcased her morning routine to her loyal legion of fans.And it’s fair to say it’s not as glamorous as it may seem as the meteorologist was spotted strutting into the ITV studios wearing a striking set of leopard print pyjamas and matching faux fur slippers.READ MORE: Susanna Reid hits out at GMB viewer with brutal comeback as they demand host shake-upShe finished the look with a blackout eye mask and a brown leather crossbody bag wan d embraced her natural beauty as she walked barefaced into the makeup studio to be beautified before the show aired.The mum-of-one then shared the makeover process as she sat down in the hot seat while a makeup artist professionally applied her morning makeup.She opted for a soft brown smokey eye which was teamed with a thin band of black eyeliner and lashings of black mascara.For her morning show, the professional makeup artist embraced her glowing skin, keeping her complexion clear and dewy with just a pinch of blush on her cheeks.Spotted behind the weather reporter was an impressive hair stylist who transformed her naturally straight brunette locks into loose beachy waves which she set in large rollers.She was seen giving the broadcaster a glamorous blowout for Monday morning’s show which soon saw Laura flooded with compliments on her gorgeous appearance online.The TV star completed the look with a long, floral midi dress which ended at her calves that showcased her endless legs.The dress featured puffed sleeves and a plunging neckline which cinched in at the waist to emphasise her flattering hourglass figure.She finished the look with a pair of black pointed high heels that gave her an added lift when discussing
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Susanna Reid forced to reassure GMB viewers Santa is 'definitely real' after mix-up
GMB host Susanna Reid found herself in an awkward situation on Monday's (26 September) episode of the show.The host was forced to reassure viewers that "Santa is real" after a comment from fellow host Ed Balls.The pair of broadcaster were discussing Nasa’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test (Dart) with meteorologist Laura Tobin, which will be streamed on NASA's YouTube channel next Monday (3 October.)READ MORE: ITV bosses 'fear Holly and Phil will be booed at NTAs' after This Morning queue backlashThe test has been designed to see how difficult it would be to stop a sizeable space rock from hitting Earth.However Ed ended up in an awkward mix-up when he confused Dart with Norad (The North American Aerospace Defense Command) which runs a yearly Santa tracker, where people can follow his journey from the North Pole.Speaking about the event Ed said: "It’ll be the same website as they use for Father Christmas coming."To which Laura responded: "It’s not, it’s Nasa’s YouTube Channel."And Ed said: "‘No but I think Nasa do a thing where you can track Father Christmas coming."Laura corrected him by saying: "That’s Norad."Ed then said: "‘I think that’s made up. I don’t know though! Might be real."Susanna then jumped in by saying: "Okay, Father Christmas, by the way, is definitely real.
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GMB viewers issue plea to ITV bosses about Kate Garraway over Queen coverage
Kate Garraway was flooded with praise after her royal coverage on Good Morning Britain.The presenter, 55, took the reigns on the first ever Sunday episode of the ITV daytime show despite normally hosting it on weekdays.ITV underwent a major format change over the weekend following the death of the Queen, who passed away aged 96 at her Balmoral estate on Thursday (September 8).READ MORE: GMB's Laura Tobin heartbroken at ITV colleague's death as she pays sweet tributeThe broadcaster decided to bring in its weekday presenters such as Kate, Susanna Reid and Ben Shephard to cover the historic royal event.GMB usually airs 6am until 9am Monday to Friday, but ITV altered their schedule to allow special broadcasts on both Saturday and Sunday.Ben and Susanna anchored Saturday's show, with Kate appearing from Buckingham Palace as mourners paid their respects to the monarch.But Kate hosted the Sunday show alone and chatted to various guests about the grieving royal family, including royal photographer Chris Jackson and royal commentator Emily Andrews.Asked what she thought about the Prince William and Harry's reunion, seen at Windsor on Saturday afternoon, Emily said: "I thought it was incredible for William and Harry to come out and be so assured and to meet the public and to share in their grief, because one does have to wonder as well whether this might bring back memories of the death of their mother."Kate replied: "I was wondering that, there’s potential triggering isn’t there? The rawness of that grief for whom William said in his statement, the Queen was absolutely there with him through those darkest days.
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Good Morning Britain's Ed Balls snubs Rishi Sunak as he ditches debate for Love Island
Good Morning Britain host Ed Balls confessed the Tory leadership debate wasn't a match for Love Island. The former politician, 55, is an avid watcher of the ITV2 show and regularly gives his opinion on the previous night's events.Presenting Tuesday morning's instalment (July 26) of the ITV show, Ed and co-host Charlotte Hawkins began speaking about the Tory leadership debate that happened last night.READ MORE: GMB's Laura Tobin replaced on ITV show amid major cast shake-up leaving fans distractedCharlotte, 47, noted the Tory debate occurred at the same time as Love Island, with Ed revealing he couldn't choose between the two and watched Love Island on his phone.The broadcaster did inform Charlotte that there was "a moment" when he had to stop watching the debate because he couldn't believe what he was watching.He explained that he can now multitask when it comes to watching TV, telling Charlotte: "After all this training with his earpiece, I can now watch Love Island."The economist added: "Although there was a moment when they started playing the recorder and I had to stop watching the debate because it was just too distracting."Referring to the iconic talent show that took place during last night's episode, Ed cheekily swiped: "The talent show, there wasn't a lot of talent on the show...
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GMB presenter Ben Shephard takes aim at Laura Tobin after she storms off show
Good Morning Britain turned frosty as presenter Ben Shephard took aim at weathergirl Laura Tobin - just days after she stormed off set.Ben and his co-host Kate Garraway were discussing the collective noun for a weather presenter as Laura joins 29 of her other meteorologists for a conference.Laura is currently in Innsbruck, Austria, for the International Weather Summit, surrounded by cloud and determined to "yodel them away", Kate joked.Kate began by saying: "We were trying to work out the collective noun, weren't we, for weather presenters. I said cloud, you said storm..."But it wasn't all fun and games, as Ben told viewers: "Our producer today suggested depression, a depression of weather presenters" as Kate giggled beside him.Charlotte Hawkins suggested a "sunshine" of weather presenters to lighten the mood, while other fan suggestions included a "confusion", "shower" and "mizzle".Confusion certainly seemed to irk Laura, as Kate said: "Oh that's made her cross, she doesn't like that!"It came at a rather tense time, as just days before Richard Madeley told Laura she 'isn't needed anymore', after a discussion about red skies on the programme.Richard's brazen comment came after he asked: "I have to say there was an amazing sunrise driving in this morning, it was a really, really bright, bright, bright red.“Is that old saying sunrise in morning, shepherd’s warning true?” he asked.Laura explained: “Red sky in the morning, shepherd’s warning – it's actually true because the sun is rising in the south east and it basically is reflecting off the clouds that are coming in.
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ITV The Chase Brummie contestant reveals how the teams are selected
I'm A Celeb. READ MORE: ITV The Chase contestant Paul shares how much the contestants are told Video: Britain’s Got Talent: Simon Cowell hands out golden buzzer (Birmingham Mail)The Scene In Wast Hills Lane Where A Woman's Body Was FoundMusician Emma Blackery: Birmingham gig crowds are always so enthusiasticRishi Sunak says cost of living support package was 'categorically not' to distract from Sue Gray reportRob Burrow: "Enjoy life because it is so precious and you never know what's around the corner"Flowers Left At The Scene At The Industrial Estate In Doulton Road In Rowley RegisPolice At The Scene In Wast Hills LaneAdil Ray talks The Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games and the CommonwealthAfternoon tea in the Georgian Tea Room of Birmingham Museum and Art GalleryThe Chase viewers brand contestant a 'leech' after sly tacticThis Morning vet on how important it is to apply sunscreen to petsFloozie Returns With More To Come Says Council Leader Ian WardLorraine Kelly fans confused as Ranvir Singh steps in to host showAndi Peters delivers a SANDWICH to Laura Tobin during the weather on GMBRichard Arnold wells up when talking about ABBA Voyage opening nightTravel expert Simon Calder explains Gatwick Airport EasyJet chaos Speaking to Birmingham Live, Brummie star Paul revealed that contestants do get to meet each other before filming.