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'People think it's a cosy little show' Lorraine Kelly defends tense Esther McVey moment

"People, especially politicians, think they're coming on to do a cosy little show, and it's really not!" she said.Lorraine gave another example as she recalled having Jennifer Arcuri on the show."When Jennifer Arcuri was in … honest to God, I was sat in the studio watching her being all coy, going and she said literally nothing. "So I just said: 'What's the point of you being on?' "Who do you think you are to do that to the viewers? You should never take them for granted like that."Her comment was in relation to Jennifer's GMB interview in November 2019 when she criticised the American entrepreneur for "not saying anything" after agreeing to come on the programme."What's the point of you coming on TV to clear the air and then you don't say anything?" Lorraine asked.An unamused-looking Jennifer hit back: "I believe I said a few things."Meanwhile, in June 2019, Lorraine made headlines when she brushed off Susanna Reid's comment on whether her co-host still remembered once working with Esther on their GMTV days. Esther was sat in the studio as she waited for Lorraine's response.The former Daybreak star curtly replied: "Yep, Yes I do. "Right, coming up after half past eight…" Fans believed that Lorraine was implying she had nothing nice to say about her former colleague as the clip went on to amass millions of views online, having since become one of the most-watched viral videos from GMB.Later that day, during a Q&A session, Esther went into detail about her ties to the TV personality, saying: "We used to share a dressing room."And she used to be on the programme afterwards, and obviously she used to be partnered with Eamonn Holmes.

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"People, especially politicians, think they're coming on to do a cosy little show, and it's really not!" she said.Lorraine gave another example as she recalled having Jennifer Arcuri on the show."When Jennifer Arcuri was in … honest to God, I was sat in the studio watching her being all coy, going and she said literally nothing. "So I just said: 'What's the point of you being on?' "Who do you think you are to do that to the viewers? You should never take them for granted like that."Her comment was in relation to Jennifer's GMB interview in November 2019 when she criticised the American entrepreneur for "not saying anything" after agreeing to come on the programme."What's the point of you coming on TV to clear the air and then you don't say anything?" Lorraine asked.An unamused-looking Jennifer hit back: "I believe I said a few things."Meanwhile, in June 2019, Lorraine made headlines when she brushed off Susanna Reid's comment on whether her co-host still remembered once working with Esther on their GMTV days. Esther was sat in the studio as she waited for Lorraine's response.The former Daybreak star curtly replied: "Yep, Yes I do. "Right, coming up after half past eight…" Fans believed that Lorraine was implying she had nothing nice to say about her former colleague as the clip went on to amass millions of views online, having since become one of the most-watched viral videos from GMB.Later that day, during a Q&A session, Esther went into detail about her ties to the TV personality, saying: "We used to share a dressing room."And she used to be on the programme afterwards, and obviously she used to be partnered with Eamonn Holmes.
Oscars buzz kicking off, Lorraine Kelly has had the chance to see one blockbuster that is generating a lot of hype - Sir Kenneth Branagh's new movie Belfast. Find out what the TV star thought of the film, based during The Troubles, in her exclusive HELLO! diary below...One of the best perks of my job is getting to see movies before they hit the cinema, and now things are getting back to some sort of normality we are seeing more films being released so people can enjoy them on the widescreen.READ: 9 must-see movies coming to cinemas I love going to the screening room and sitting there, usually on my own, but often in the company of the divine Graham Norton.

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Strictly Come Dancing tour.The EastEnders actress recently made history as the first deaf contestant to win the BBC show.The 27-year-old is currently paired with Giovanni, 31, for when the tour begins on Thursday.However, the Strictly winner was spotted dancing with her co-star John Whaite today.The Strictly tour host Janette Manrara joked the cast had "gone mad" after members of the group swapped their dance partners.Tilly Ramsay, who will be partnered with Nikita Kuzmin, started practising the Waltz with Johannes Radebe's partner John Whaite.Then Maisie Smith, who is paired up with Kai Widdrington, danced with The Wanted's Max George, whose pro dance partner is Katya Jones.In a candid clip, a confused Janette commented: "What is actually happening? The couples have all gone mad.They've all swapped around."It's the craziest partner swap ever."The eagerly-awaited tour starts kicks off in Birmingham on Thursday after which Strictly fans all over the country will be able to watch their favourite stars in action.The cheeky Strictly swap comes just days after Giovanni joked that Rose had "pulled out of the tour".The Italian-born dancer took to the picture-sharing site and cleared up the claims in a candid clip at the weekend.In view of his 792,000 followers, Giovanni could be seen sitting on a coach as he spoke into his camera phone.He began: "Good morning lovely people. Just a quick message to clarify all the rumours that are going around at the moment.Lorraine Kelly sends support to David Baddiel over family heartbreak[LATEST]Eamonn Holmes speaks out about replacing Simon McCoy on GB News[TV]Deborah James in cancer update after being 'rushed' into surgery[HEALTH]"Yes, it's true.
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Channel 5 last year.The fifth season kicked off on Monday, but eagle-eyed fans noticed a slight error made by producers during the first episode. While the episode was said to have been filmed in Yorkshire, Fern had actually been taping the show from Devon. The former This Morning presenter hopped onto her official Twitter to apologise for the confusion."Dear All, an apology!" she said."#WatercolourChallenge was supposed to be in #Yorkshire this week but as many of you have pointed out, it's coming from #Devon! "We are so sorry to have got them mixed up. "#YORKSHIRE episodes are starting next week."It appears the episodes are not airing in the chronological order in which they were taped, which caused a mishap with the show's editors. Fans reacted to Fern's tweet in the comments section, saying they didn't take issue with the location error, while others expressed their joy to see the show return 21 years after its last run on Channel 4. "Thanks for letting us know but I don't think it matters they are a brilliant set of programmes xx love seeing u on our TVs again fern xx" @Loopyloopla68 wrote. Another Twitter user named @Jody39112758 said: "It's a welcome addition where ever it's from."@SimonJeremyMil1 chimed in, writing: "Great to see this series back! My Mom & I used to watch it 20 years ago!"The Twitter user @VCM36 added: "It's easily done Fern.
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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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Lorraine Kelly has branded her ITV co-star "very naughty" after he asked her a cheeky question which left them both in fits of laughter earlier today.The ITV presenter, 62, was speaking to Dr Amir Khan on her self-titled chat show when she asked for his thoughts on the "nibbling robot cats", which have taken Japan by storm and have been hailed as a way to reduce stress.In view of her 675,000 followers, the Scottish star shared the video which left viewers in fits of laughter, after the segment on the show descended into chaos.Retweeting the video from the GP, Lorraine wrote: "You are VERY naughty (I’m glad to say) xxx."In the clip, a flushed-looking Lorraine spoke to the GP about a very bizarre subject.Talking to him from the studio, the ITV host asked: "From Japan we have robot cats that nibble us? Oh yes."Nibbling, nibbling, little weird-looking pussycats that nibble you."What do you think?" she quizzed the health expert.The expert replied: "Well Lorraine, according to the manufacturers, it's a technical company called Yukai Japan."We all have a secret desire to be nibbled just like this."He explained: "We put our finger in this toy and it helps relieve stress."Apparently there's 20 settings on this toy, it goes from massaging, to nibbling, to biting," he said before bursting into laughter."This is the silliest thing ever!" Lorraine admitted, before imagining one of the worst case scenarios."What if it goes wrong and bites your finger off?" she worriedly asked the GP."Well at least it's just your finger!" Dr Khan explained.Lorraine exclaimed: "Well I hope it is!"Can you imagine?"Dr Khan went on to mischievously ask the Scottish host: "Can I ask a question, have you got a secret desire to be nibbled?"Be honest!" he