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'Drives me nuts' Lorraine Kelly furious at 'disgusting and dispiriting' locals
Lorraine Kelly, 62, hit out with a furious tweet after learning about "thoughtless tossers" dumping waste and potentially damaging stunning landscapes.The environmentally-friendly chat show host exclaimed that they infuriated her."Thoughtless ‘tossers’ have been out in the @sdnpa again - illegally dumping domestic waste just off the A272 at Privett in Hampshire," Good Morning Britain star Richard Gaisford raged.He added: "A disgusting and dispiriting scene amidst such beauty. @cleanupbritain @hantsconnect @HantsPolice."Despite urging followers to do more to keep the country clean, some were skeptical about it happening."This drives me nuts," Lorraine admitted, reposting the photos of the fly-tippers to her 704,600 followers.Yet one, @langlands_paul, quipped: "U want to try living in East London :)"Lorraine considers herself a passionate environmentalist who cares about taking care of the great outdoors.It seems her habits have been inspired in part by the words of the Queen.Her Majesty recently got involved in a tree-planting initiative to mark her 70th anniversary on the throne - and Lorraine was following along with every word.She revealed to HELLO! magazine at the time that she intended to "follow the advice of our very own Queen Bee and change how I do things" - and for Lorraine that included scattering "bee bombs".Declaring it "easy", she explained: "You just scatter these little balls of seeds on cleared soil where you think the bees might be happy."You don't have to dig a hole or water them or look after them.
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Lorraine Kelly, 62, 'frightened' of 'losing herself' to dementia in honest admission
Lorraine Kelly, 62, has spoken in a new interview about her fear of getting dementia, with the idea of "losing" herself frightening the presenter.She added that she believes we need a "frank conversation" about assisted death for people who suffer with the condition.Lorraine opened up in a recent interview about her fears in life and what she hopes to conquer.She was asked: "What other fears are you going to face up to?"Lorraine replied: "To be honest the thing that frightens me, I will be totally honest with you."The thing that frightens me is not so much getting ill as you can hopefully do things to help yourself a bit."I gratefully fear for things like losing myself to dementia."As my gran had it a bit, not too bad but I think seeing that."Seeing friends' loved ones lose themselves and slowly lose the person they love the most."She continued: "And that is what scares me about getting older but of course dementia can hit people that are younger."I don't want to lose anybody I love and that sort of bit by bit way and I certainly would not want that for myself", she said in an interview with The Mirror.Lorraine is very open about her health concerns or weight woes, with the presenter revealing earlier this year a realisation she had during the pandemic.She told Express.co.uk she was sleeping as little as four hours per night, calling her habits "awful".With her sleeping schedule changing, the presenter revealed she went from a size 10 to a size 14 in lockdown.Lorraine said: "I’ll tell you what, the thing it’s making me focus on more than anything is sleep."During the pandemic, I’ve not been sleeping as well as I might."When you see it written down [on your tracker] as, ‘Oh, you’ve had for hours,’ you realise it’s not
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Lorraine Kelly ‘looks better now’ than she did decades ago, GMB’s Richard Arnold claims
Lorraine Kelly "looks better now" than she did decades ago, according to ITV star Richard Arnold, 52, who was speaking about how they'd changed over the years.The Good Morning Britain presenter spoke exclusively to Express.co.uk about how he and Lorraine, 62, “look better now” than they did years ago while speaking at the Ideal Home Show, in partnership with NatWest.Richard has been the Entertainment Editor on ITV’s Good Morning Britain since 2014 and has been working in showbiz for over two decades.He previously worked for the channel’s predecessor GMTV, first starting out as a TV critic there in 1997.Lorraine helped launch GMTV back in 1993 and has also stayed with ITV over the years, continuing her self-titled show Lorraine under the new format.Reflecting on how it’s been working for the channel over many years, Richard said: “Well, I've seen a lot of changes, and my makeup isn't quite as orange as it used to be when we did GMTV, which wasn't altogether flattering.“I think what I find extraordinary - and it's like being in a soap opera in many respects…“When you see archived footage of you, if they play an old clip from when you were younger, you don't think that you've got any older necessarily.“But then when you see a picture of yourself when you first started out with frosted tips…“You just think, ‘Oh my goodness me, we really have all been through an awful long time together!’" he added.Speaking about his time with Lorraine on the channel, he continued: “Lorraine and I always joke about the fact that surely we look better now than we did back then.“Even though we're getting older now!” he added with a laugh.Richard went on to discuss how he felt to be Entertainment Editor at ITV, decades on from where he first
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Lorraine Kelly says Katie Hopkins is only star banned from her show 'She's a busted flush'
Lorraine Kelly, 62, said she wouldn’t be inviting Katie onto her ITV daytime show, Lorraine.She had some less than kind words to say about Katie Hopkins, 47, who she described as a “busted flush”.The 62-year-old revealed she is open to having most guests appear on her show, with one exception.When asked about the guests she has on her show, mother-of-one Lorraine said she wouldn’t be inviting Katie onto her show anytime soon.Lorraine said: “The only person that I actually genuinely wouldn't have on the show is Katie Hopkins.“She's a busted flush.”Television star Lorraine revealed the celebrities she has banned from her show when she spoke to comedians Jojo Sutherland and Bruce Devlin on the latest episode of the Be Honest podcast on Sunday.She went on to describe the media personality and former businesswoman as “dangerous”.Lorraine explained why she wouldn’t allow Katie to speak on her show: “It's because I actually think that person is dangerous.”During the podcast episode, she also spoke about how “really big stars” such as actor Ralph Fiennes found being on the show “nerve-wracking” when he appeared as a guest in 2019.Describing his appearance, Lorraine said: “He hated every single moment of it.”She described him as a “brilliant actor,” but said he was “uncomfortable” with live TV.Lorraine also said “things go wrong” with live TV, giving the example of how DI Ray actress Parminder Nagra recently missed a live interview which they had scheduled to do over Zoom.Lorraine said: “She just never turned up”, and admitted there had been a mix-up with the timing of the interview.She added: “Things go wrong on a daily basis for us.”Another elusive guest has been Lady Gaga.Lorraine said: “I nearly interviewed Lady Gaga, but we
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Lorraine Kelly looks stunning at 62 for BAFTAs after red carpet fears over weight gain
Lorraine Kelly stunned at the TV BAFTA Awards red carpet today in a gorgeous gold and white gown.The star explained in an exclusive interview with Express.co.uk she had been feeling self-conscious at celebrity events after lockdown, but that her new weight loss plan with WW has helped her “get her va va voom back”.Lorraine, 62, wowed in a floor-length gown on the red carpet today. The star opted for a white dress with a tasteful v-neck and long, flowing skirt. The garment had a gorgeous gold leaf pattern on it, and was tied with a matching belt at the waist. The star wore open-toed high heels on her feet and accessorised with a heart-shaped necklace. The ITV talk show host doesn’t seem like the kind of person who would get shy, but the star previously told Express.co.uk about her red carpet fears due to weight gain. She spoke about how she was dismayed to find that she had gone from a size 10 to a size 14 due to a lack of exercise and indulging in more junk food during lockdown. However, since then, the TV icon is back to feeling like herself again with the help of WW (formerly known as Weight Watchers).Prior to her weight loss, she explained: “At the moment, if I go out - I mean, I’m not very good at red carpets anyway - but say there was a big event… “I would be kind of ‘hmm’,” she said, while slumping her shoulders with an unsure expression. “And the last thing I went to, there was a big do just before Christmas, and I couldn’t get into - obviously my red dress is my go-to dress - and I couldn’t get it over my head. “But I thought, ‘well that’s ok,’ so I ended up wearing a really nice black dress and I looked fine, but I really, really didn’t feel fine,” Lorraine confessed. “And I was looking at everybody else looking
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Lorraine Kelly brands Boris Johnson 'whatzisname' in epic dig after Susanna Reid chat snub
Lorraine Kelly, 61, has responded to Prime Minister Boris Johnson "snubbing" her on Good Morning Britain on Tuesday. Viewers were stunned, and GMB host Susanna Reid was soon hitting back, as Johnson asked who the longtime ITV host was.On Twitter, Lorraine didn't hold back, as she shared a clip from the interview between Susanna and Johnson, before swiping: “Well worth a watch with @susannareid100 and whatzisname.”(sic)It comes as Johnson appeared on his first interview with the programme in around five years, and for the first time since he was accused of hiding in a fridge to avoid Piers Morgan on the show in 2019.But, as the interview was wrapping up after Johnson was apparently late, he was left asking who Lorraine was as Susanna brought her up.Lorraine was waiting to begin her self-titled show, but with GMB overrunning, Susanna was forced to tell the PM that they needed to hand over to the ITV host.But Johnson claimed to not know who she was, asking: "Who's Lorraine," before looking around, causing Susanna to hit back: "Who's Lorraine? Lorraine's a legend."He then appeared to mumble, as the sound cut off: "Great, fantastic, well I don't want to talk to Lorraine..." as the show then went off air, and Lorraine began.Lorraine appeared very amused by it, especially after seeing fans messaging her in confusion.Despite her swipe, Lorraine defended Johnson over his mishap, claiming there was no reason for him to know who she was.She said: "There are loads of you, it's so funny, reacting to Boris Johnson earlier on wondering who I was.
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Piers Morgan insists 'I didn't want to leave' as he returns to ITV for chat with Lorraine
Piers Morgan, 57, found himself at the centre of controversy last year after he suddenly left Good Morning Britain following his comments about Meghan Markle.The broadcaster sparked over 57,000 Ofcom complaints after saying he didn't believe a word Prince Harry's wife said during the pair’s landmark interview with Oprah Winfrey.Now, Piers has returned to the ITV studios for a candid chat with Lorraine Kelly on her eponymous show.During the interview, Piers discussed his new TalkTV series, Uncensored, which is set to kick off with a 75-minute interview with former US President Donald Trump.He also addressed his shock exit from Good Morning Britain as he once again clarified he did not want to leave.Piers began: “On the last day we finally got our highest ever ratings and beat the BBC.“And I wasn't expecting a carriage clock Lorraine, but I wasn't expecting to leave the building either, so I'm sorry I had to leave."He insisted: "Just to be clear, I didn't want to leave. It wasn't my choice to leave.“I was just told, 'You've got to apologise or you have to leave.'“I said, 'Why would I apologise for something I believe?'"I don't think anyone, by the way, should apologise for an honestly held opinion."Piers went on to highlight the “lovely time” he had throughout his years working for the broadcaster as he heaped praise on his former co-star Susanna Reid.He described his working relationship with Susanna as an “arranged marriage” as he explained the dynamic between them.“I did have a great time there. I had a lovely time at ITV.
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'In so much trouble' Alison Hammond admits she got 'slated' for shouting at Meghan Markle
This Morning presenter Alison Hammond has admitted that she got "slated" for shouting at Meghan Markle during hers and Prince Harry's first royal outing together to mark World Aids Day in 2017.The ITV star, 47, told how she got in "so much trouble" following the incident and was even branded "disrespectful" by some viewers after shouting to get the Duchess of Sussex's attention.Speaking to her ITV colleague Lorraine Kelly, Alison reflected on the incident, explaining that she was "genuinely excited" to see the Suits star.Praising her friend's unique interview style, Lorraine said: "I love that about you, you know that thing where Meghan waved at you when you were shouting at her, not shouting at her -""Oh God, I got so slated for that you know," Alison cut in."I got in so much trouble, so many people were saying that I didn't respect royalty at the time."I was like oh my God."Explaining the incident, Alison said: "You know what it was? I got genuinely excited in that moment."Everyone was willing me on and I remember hearing Ruth [Langford's] in my ears saying, 'Go on Alison, get in there!'"So I got really excited and really involved!" she added.Lorraine responded: "[Meghan] turned around, smiled at you and went hi."Alison replied, "She did, she did," as Lorraine branded it a nice moment.Previously in Lorraine and her daughter Rosie's What If? With Rosie and Lorraine podcast, the Scottish host quizzed Alison on her interview technique.She said to the this Morning presenter: "You have completely changed the showbiz interview."There are no rules and I love that, because I think you go in and - you know what it's like, all of these big stars are bored t*****," Lorraine said.She went on: "They're so bored because they've been