Holly Willoughby And Jodie Marsh Reignite 'Lipstick-Gate' Feud

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Holly Willoughby and Jodie Marsh have reignited their feud from the beginning of the month, when TV presenter Holly was accused of breaking the “girl code” when she didn’t tell Jodie that she had lipstick on her teeth during an interview on This Morning.

Jodie was left with the dark make-up smeared all over her teeth for the duration of the interview and was left mortified when she realised as soon as the interview was over.

Now it has all kicked off, with Jodie taking to Instagram yesterday to post a photo that read: “There is a special place in hell for a woman who does not tell another woman when she has lipstick on her teeth.”

Holly uncharacteristically decided to fire back, posting a video to her Insta account that showed her gesturing to Jodie that she had lipstick on her teeth alongside the caption “awkward”, but the former glamour model then revealed that this actually happened after the interview had taken place.

Gah, this is like Taylor Swift VS. Kanye West all over again.

Taking to Twitter, Jodie wrote: “That’s all well and good but telling me AFTER the interview was completely finished @hollywills didn’t help in any way really did it?”

Ignoring the timing of the video, Phillip Schofield got in on the action by retweeting his co-host Holly’s video and writing: “Bam!!”, to which Jodie replied: “Grow up Phillip.”

Speaking out about the interview mishap on her new YouTube channel, Jodie shared: “Rather than dwell on the fact that I had lipstick on my teeth and that maybe someone should’ve told me.

"I definitely would’ve told someone I was interviewing, but that’s me. Yes I feel silly, yes when I came off air I felt silly when I found out I had lipstick on my teeth.”

Don’t worry, love - it happens to the best of us.

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