Lorraine Kelly gets the giggles as two celeb interviews are thrown into chaos

Lorraine Kelly's show was disrupted. (ITV)
Lorraine Kelly's show was disrupted. (ITV)

Lorraine Kelly was left red-faced after two of her celebrity interviews were disrupted, giggling as she told viewers it was “one of those days”.

The talk show host was supposed to chat to Busted star Matt Willis in the studio on Friday morning’s instalment of Lorraine (25 February) but had to tell viewers that he was stuck in traffic – then her interview with Jason Manford was interrupted by dodgy WiFi.

Willis was supposed to be on the ITV show first, but Kelly told people watching that he wasn't going to make it.

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The chart star FaceTimed in from the back of his car, as Kelly asked: “Are you close?"

Matt Willis chatted to Lorraine Kelly from his cab. (ITV screengrab)
Matt Willis chatted to Lorraine Kelly from his cab. (ITV screengrab)

"This is not quite the morning I had expected,” Willis replied.

"I am in North London somewhere,” he said, explaining that he had been in “gridlocked traffic for about an hour”.

Undeterred, Kelly suggested: “Let’s pretend that you are not in the back of a car and that you are here with me.”

After the interview, the TV star said she would be chatting to Manford.

But, starting to laugh, she then told viewers: “Jason Manford is supposed to be joining me now… it’s one of those days!

“We did have him a second ago, and then of course, the interweb broke, so we haven’t got him any more.”

Jason Manford during the filming for the Graham Norton Show at BBC Studioworks 6 Television Centre, Wood Lane, London, to be aired on BBC One on Friday evening. Picture date: Thursday November 5, 2020. Photo credit should read: PA Media on behalf of So TV
Jason Manford's WiFi went wrong. (PA Media on behalf of So TV)

Apologising to viewers she, went on: “This is what happens on live telly.”

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Luckily, things picked up and as the internet was restored, Kelly was able to speak to Manford.

Giggling, she exclaimed: “Jason! We've got you!”

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