After 20 years on 'BBC Breakfast', Louise Minchin has teased she could swap the newsroom for the ballroom and join 'Strictly Come Dancing'.
The weather presenter apologised after an unfortunate slip of the tongue during a live broadcast on BBC Breakfast.
The 57-year-old weather presenter has injured her knee after she was hit by a car while cycling.
The 57-year-old presenter demonstrated how she could have disappeared on screen in her green dress.
Carol Kirkwood left red-faced after a cheeky swimmer interrupts her live weather report during BBC Breakfast.
Given that Carol Kirkwood was bottom of the judges leaderboard, it’s no surprise that the weather presenter left ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ this weekend, but it was a shock to see who she was up against in the dance off. Kellie Bright was clearly shocked to find herself in the bottom two, and the expressions on the other celebs’ faces said it all. Kellie scored 32 for her waltz on Saturday night, placing her fifth with the judges out of 10 contestants.
Despite being flooded with offers since her appearance on the show, Carol’s insisted that she’s loving being a strong independent woman. Carol doesn’t need a man to make her happy, she gets off on being free (to quote the Pussycat Dolls). “Nobody has been setting me up on ‘Strictly’ and I’m not doing any online dating or anything.
This year’s Strictly Come Dancing is creeping up on us faster than hayfever on a particularly pollen-filled day, and now the sixth celeb dancer has been announced - BBC weather presenter CAROL KIRKWOOD! Yep, Carol will be covering herself head-to-toe in sequins and joining Jeremy Vine, Ainsley Harriott, Kellie Bright, Georgia May Foote and Katie Durham on the dancefloor. Louise Minchin and Bill Turnball revealed that 53-year-old Carol had joined the line-up on the BBC Breakfast show, with the weather presenter herself saying she was “thrilled” to be taking part.