Humes will fill in for Lorraine from May 30th to June 2nd, while Lorraine Kelly is on leave.
The 28 year old star will be guest-hosting ITV’s morning magazine programme ‘Lorraine’ from Tuesday, May 30th to Friday, June 2nd while Kelly herself is on leave.
“I am so excited to be covering for Lorraine while she is off on holiday, ‘Lorraine’ is one of my favourite shows and it’s a real honour that I have been asked to look after things for a week, I can’t wait to get started!” she said in a statement on Friday (May 26th).
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Kelly hosted 'Silent Witness' star and comedian Liz Carr on her show 'Lorraine'.
Daytime TV host Lorraine Kelly dropped a serious clanger live on-air this morning after she referred to her guest, disabled actress Liz Carr, as having “funny bones”.
Speaking via her own morning show ‘Lorraine’ on ITV on Thursday (January 19th), the 57 year old presenter came up with an unfortunate choice of words as she was referring to Carr’s self-professed great sense of humour and attitude toward her disability.
“You’ve got funny bones,” she said by way of seguing into a conversation about Carr’s new play, a comedy called ‘Assisted Suicide: The Musical’.
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Lorraine Kelly at the 2016 Woman of the Year Lunch and Awards held at Intercontinental Hotel, London, United Kingdom - Monday 17th October 2016
Lorraine Kelly - Lorraine Kelly's High Street Fashion Awards held at the Grand Connaught Rooms - Arrivals - London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 17th May 2016
Lorraine accidentally propositioned her co-host on 'Good Morning Britain' on Monday after he gave her a pillow with his face printed on it.
Serious amounts of awkward on British daytime TV today as ‘Good Morning Britain’ host Lorraine Kelly shocked viewers with a suggestive comment she made to co-presenter Piers Morgan when he presented her with a birthday present.
The amusing exchange took place on the ITV weekday morning show on Monday (November 30th) when Morgan gave his colleague a present for her 56th birthday live on air. It was a heart-shaped pillow emblazoned with his face, which temporarily caused Lorraine to forget she was live on air.
Piers Morgan laughed off the embarrassing exchange as he left the ITV studios on Monday
Lorraine Kelly - A variety of British stars attended the event held at the Langham Hotel to celebrate Scottish TV presenter Lorraine Kelly's 30 years in breakfast TV in London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 1st October 2014
Lorraine Kelly - A variety of British Celebs were spotted outside the ITV studios in London, United Kingdom - Monday 29th September 2014
Floods of tributes have been pouring in for the likable singer and actress Bernie Nolan.
Bernie Nolan, the actress and former lead singer of The Nolans, has died aged 52 following a long battle with breast cancer. After undergoing chemotherapy and having a mastectomy, Nolan was given the all clear in 2012, though the disease returned months later and spread to her brain, bones, lungs and liver.
"Bernie passed away peacefully this morning with all of her family around her," said a spokesperson for the family, "The entire family are devastated to have lost beloved Bernie, a wonderful wife, adoring mother and loving sister, she is irreplaceable."
Born on 17 October 1960, Nolan grew up in an entertainment troupe of five sisters and two brothers. She turned to acting following 20 years fronting the Irish all-girl group The Nolans, during which time she enjoyed success with hits including I'm In The Mood For Dancing and Don't Make Waves. The former track incorporated a timely disco beat that can still be heard on dance-floors up and down the country today. It featured Bernie's recognisable vocal and would become The Nolan's biggest and best-known hit, reaching No 3 in the UK and topping the charts in Japan, where it sold a monumental 600,000 copies.
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Date of birth
30th November, 1959