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Lorraine fans were left in stitches as Ricky Gervais's dog from After Life, Anti, howled the presenter's name as they said goodbye. The 60 year old actor and writer appeared on the ITV morning show to talk to Lorraine Kelly about the third and final series of his hit Netflix series.

As Lorraine, 62, thanked Ricky for coming on the show, the comedian gave his gorgeous co-star, German Shepherd Anti, the chance to say goodbye to Lorraine herself. Ricky began calling her a “good girl" before he encouraged the dog to speak: “Say hello.” Get exclusive celebrity stories and reality tv news straight to your inbox with OK! daily newsletter .

You can sign up at the top of the page. To Lorraine’s surprise, Anti who plays Brandy in the show, raised her head and started howling out a sound similar to 'hello' with lots of oos.

Mimicking the dog, Ricky joined in and encouraged her: “Ruu ruu ruu ruu, say Lorraine, say Lorraine.” Again, Anti began howling out a sound that resembled 'Lorraine' which led to the host and Ricky falling about laughing in excitement. Lorraine beamed as she squealed: “I love that so much, that is the best thing that has happened in the world.

Ricky Gervais, thank you so much as if I couldn’t love you enough.” Fans were beside themselves with Anti’s party trick and rushed to Twitter to share their love for the adorable moment on the show. Actor Jo Hartley wrote: “OMG #Brandy barked ‘Lorraine’ in doggy @rickygervais Good Girl!” Another wrote: “@lorraine @rickygervais Brandy steals the show in the ‘best thing that’s happened in the world’ Lorraine ruff!" A third added: “Oh my dog, Anti said Lorraine! She did I heard it.” Even other dogs watching the show loved it, as one viewer quipped: "@rickygervais loved your

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Lorraine fans were left in stitches as Ricky Gervais's dog from After Life, Anti, howled the presenter's name as they said goodbye. The 60 year old actor and writer appeared on the ITV morning show to talk to Lorraine Kelly about the third and final series of his hit Netflix series.
ITV's Lorraine on Monday, the former This Morning star touched on the tough couple of years she's had to endure as she adjusted to life without her longtime beau.Presenter Lorraine Kelly praised Fern during their morning chat, insisting that despite having been faced with countless hurdles in her personal life, the mother-of-four "always bounces back".Fern hesitated with a response before quipping: "Well, I think you have to look as if you've bounced back, that's for sure.""Good, I'm glad," Lorraine reacted.The former Strictly Come Dancing contestant continued: "Life is never easy for anybody."But, you know, it's coming back."Fern and Phil welcomed their 20-year-old daughter Winnie Vickery during their two-decade marriage.The TV personality is also a mum to sons Harry and Jack, 28, and daughter Grace, 25.Fern appeared on Lorraine to promote the highly anticipated return of Watercolour Challenge on Channel 5.The lifestyle game show originally aired on Channel 4 between 1998 to 2001, spanning four seasons and hosted by Hannah Gordon.The latter has since been replaced by Fern, with the new season expected to return to screens today.Earlier this month, Fern explained why presenting the show meant a lot to her, as she recalled having loved the programme when it first aired in the '90s.And after finding out that Channel 5 was on board to commission the reboot and have her front the series, Fern didn't even hesitate to sign up."My only criteria for saying yes to a job is, would I watch that?" she told Good Housekeeping."And this was definitely, because I used to watch it when it was on 20 years ago with Hannah Gordon."She's a very, very strong actress and a good comedian as well, so when she took on Watercolour Challenge, of

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