Stacey Solomon, 30, spoke out in an Instagram video after she spotted a social media troll’s bizarre theory about her being forewarned about the coronavirus. The Loose Women presenter, who is known for her tidying and household hacks, couldn’t help but burst into laughter when she shared the Instagram user’s comment in view of her three million followers.
The claim came after Stacey filmed herself filling up her plastic bottles from her “refill cupboard” of household goods, including hand sanitiser and laundry detergent.
Stacey said in her post: “Sometimes I come across messages and honestly they really tickle me.”
While giggling, she added: “I just got a message from someone saying, ‘You must have known corona was coming! Otherwise, why would you even make a refill cupboard?.’”
Addressing her critics under the nickname of “Susan”, Joe Swash’s girlfriend continued: “Yes Susan, that’s right!
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“Before the government told anyone else – they told me! Me the Chinese government are like this [crosses fingers].”
Stacey often shares videos while she restocks her supplies at the home she shares with her three children and partner Joe, documenting her organised cupboards on her Instagram Stories.
She wrote alongside some the clips: “Refill hour just got a heck of a lot easier thanks to the refill cupboard. First stop laundry refill.
“Not [stockpiling] Susan, had these well before coronavirus.
“Refilling the all-purpose sanitizer (I need to start rationing this stuff). That’s all I had time for today.
“Putting a fresh [wax] melt on and I’m going to try and get a power nap in before the boys are back.”
Stacey recently uploaded a photo of all her spare toilet rolls, joking “Every cloud…” in reference to cases of panic buying.
The star also told fans she would be donating her extra supplies to those in need.
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She added: “And I’m really glad I did make a refill cupboard because now me and the boys get to take bits and bobs we have extra of to my stepmum to take to the YMCA for anyone who needs it.”
The former X Factor contestant then shared a clip showing a slightly different atmosphere in ITV’s Loose Women studios, which was filmed today without a studio audience for the first time.
While giving fans a video tour around the empty studio, she said: “This is Loose Women studios today. Tumbleweed, it’s so weird!”
Audience bookers SRO confirmed the news about Loose Women in a statement on its website today.
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It read: “In order to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, ITV has asked all producers to consider whether shows which normally have a live audience can be made without one.
“Although we love to have an audience on ‘Loose Women’, the producers of Loose Women are following this guidance and adapting the show during this period and there will not be an audience on set.”
It added: “We do not know when audiences will return to the show, but the dates on which the show will take place are still on the website and you may add yourself to the waiting list so that, if audiences are admitted back to the show on that date, we can contact you to let you know.
“We hope that ticket holders for this show accept our apologies for any inconvenience and hopefully we will see you at the show soon.”
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