Lorraine Kelly may be one of the most clean-cut daytime stars on TV thanks to her morning chat show on ITV, but Drag Race UK winner The Vivienne thinks she has as wild side.
The starlet says she was blown away by Lorraine's appearance on series one of the RuPaul-hosted show and how she "bounced her boobs" for the Snatch Game segment.
Now The Vivienne admits she can't wait to see how Lorraine will be on series two after being announced as a judge on the show.
She told Daily Star Online: "Lorraine Kelly blew me away on Snatch Game because you always see her as this really clean cut daytime TV presenter but she turns up on and the first thing she did was grab both of her breasts and bounce them up and down, so I was like 'yes girl'."
The Vivienne continued: "Oh she's definitely got a partying side.
"I think she is the one who is at the Christmas party that you look at and go 'oh right she is probably going be a mess at the end of the night' and she probably is… I love her."
As well as Lorraine, Sheridan Smith and Liz Hurley have been confirmed for the upcoming series which kicks off in early 2021.
Gushing over new mum Sheridan, The Vivienne continued: "Oh Sheridan Smith… I would have loved to have had Sheridan Smith on our series – she is fabulous.
"She is like the working-class Meryl Streep."
Due to Covid, The Vivienne has been been forced to axe plans for a London stage show this month but is keeping busy by hosting online hair tutorial classes after teaming up with Argos.
The Vivienne and Blu Hydrangea will give three free 30-minute hair masterclasses on December 23.
Keen for people not to lose big hair and glamour despite many of the UK being in Tier 3, the girls will used affordable tools including the the Babyliss Cordless Curling Tong and the Remington HYDRAluxe Pro Hair Dryer to help get the looks.
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The Vivienne said: "Just like everything else we have had to learn to adapt – Christmas is going to be a bit different this year.
"You can't see your family as much but I guess it is kind of nice in a way as like we had with Pride this year in lockdown it brings it back to what it is about.
"I think this year maybe Christmas might be a good time to reflect on the things that we have got rather than the things that we haven't or can't do."
To book a free place on The Vivienne and Blu Hydrangea's hair masterclasses click here
- Lorraine Kelly
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