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Bake Off star Matt Lucas shares weight loss advice after insult at football game

weight over two years. And despite beginning this journey due to being body-shamed at a football game, Matt still gets hate for his body - just in a different format. As reported by Leicestershire Live, Matt took to social media to describe the first 'thin-shaming' event he had ever experienced.

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Carrie Underwood opens up about her very normal life at home with her sons
Carrie Underwood touched down in the UK this week to promote her new album, Denim & Rhinestones - and she's already made quite the impression!MORE: Carrie Underwood shares unexpected family photo with husband Mike FisherThe country star appeared on Lorraine on Wednesday morning, and opened up about her family life away from the spotlight with host Lorraine Kelly.The Grammy-winning artist made a surprising revelation to the TV presenter too, admitting that while her life is incredibly glamorous at work, when it comes to being at home - she's just like any other working mom.VIDEO: Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher's love story "When I'm home, I'm mom - making lunches," she shared.MORE: Carrie Underwood looks sensational in red hot mini skirtMORE: Carrie Underwood looks sensational in shorts and cowboy boots in captivating new photoThe singer also opened up about her time in Las Vegas, where she has had her residency, Reflection, over the last six months.During this time, Carrie's children, Isaiah, seven, and Jacob, three, came to visit their mom towards the end of its run, in order to keep their lives as stable as possible for the rest of the time. Carrie Underwood is just like any other mom when she's at home with her family"They usually will come out towards the end of my run there.
Lorraine Kelly 'pretends to be a prude' as Rosie 'makes her' watch Love Island
Lorraine Kelly “pretends to be a prude” according her daughter Rosie Smith who “made her watch Love Island” for the first time.During Wednesday’s instalment of the popular podcast Love Island: The Morning After, hosts Arielle Free and Kem Cetinay welcomed the 28-year-old onto the show to talk about all the drama going on in the villa.Ahead of the juicy interview the Hello writer managed to convince her mother to watch the beloved reality show, and it’s fair to say the pair were in for a rollercoaster of a show.READ MORE: Love Island bosses accused of 'letting rulers slip' by former winner Kym CetinayAfter watching last night’s bombshell episode, the brunette beauty joined the former Islanders on the show where she confessed the TV presenter was secretly “hooked” on the show.Want all the last villa gossip straight to your inbox? Sign up for our daily Love Island newsletter HERE.Before they discussed the explosive episode in depth, Arielle asked Rosie what her telly mum thought of the show coming into it as a complete novice.She told listeners: “Do you know what? I made her watch it for the first time the other night very, very reluctantly and she was not having it at all.And then right at the end, when the cliff-hanger ends as it always does, she was addicted so I think she’s hooked.“She’ll never admit that she’s hooked, that’s the thing.
'Drives me nuts' Lorraine Kelly furious at 'disgusting and dispiriting' locals
Lorraine Kelly, 62, hit out with a furious tweet after learning about "thoughtless tossers" dumping waste and potentially damaging stunning landscapes.The environmentally-friendly chat show host exclaimed that they infuriated her."Thoughtless ‘tossers’ have been out in the @sdnpa again - illegally dumping domestic waste just off the A272 at Privett in Hampshire," Good Morning Britain star Richard Gaisford raged.He added: "A disgusting and dispiriting scene amidst such beauty. @cleanupbritain @hantsconnect @HantsPolice."Despite urging followers to do more to keep the country clean, some were skeptical about it happening."This drives me nuts," Lorraine admitted, reposting the photos of the fly-tippers to her 704,600 followers.Yet one, @langlands_paul, quipped: "U want to try living in East London :)"Lorraine considers herself a passionate environmentalist who cares about taking care of the great outdoors.It seems her habits have been inspired in part by the words of the Queen.Her Majesty recently got involved in a tree-planting initiative to mark her 70th anniversary on the throne - and Lorraine was following along with every word.She revealed to HELLO! magazine at the time that she intended to "follow the advice of our very own Queen Bee and change how I do things" - and for Lorraine that included scattering "bee bombs".Declaring it "easy", she explained: "You just scatter these little balls of seeds on cleared soil where you think the bees might be happy."You don't have to dig a hole or water them or look after them.
Dr Hilary Jones looks unrecognisable in striking 90s throwback clip on Lorraine
ITV star Dr Hilary Jones looked worlds away from his usual professional self when he made his first TV debut on Lorraine back in the 1990s.The 68-year-old is now a well-known doctor who shares a wide range of medical advice to viewers across various morning ITV shows.However, the TV star’s showbiz career came from humble beginnings after he first joined the ITV team on GMTV back in May 1989 when he was just 35 years old.And it’s fair to say he looks almost un recognisable now after Lorraine Kelly shared a striking throwback clip of the doctor as he shared some of the main signs that could point to a meningitis diagnosis.In the throwback clip, the dad-of-five sports a full head of dark brown curly locks as he advises viewers on the outward signs of Meningitis with the equally youthful looking Eamonn Holmes.He chuckled: “There’s a picture of me as a much younger looking man here showing the tumbler test, yes that was years ago.” Lorraine couldn’t help but aww at the star’s younger self, as she gasped: “Oh, look at you - and there’s Eamonn!” It comes as the 62-year-old Scott welcomed Bucks Fizz star Jay Aston's daughter onto the show as she opened up about the side effects she is experiencing after she nearly died from the illness. Josie, 19, almost passed away earlier his year after she was diagnosed with the infection as her parents told her that she only had a 50% chance of survival.