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Lorraine set for 'presenter shakeup' as Britain's Got Talent star wows with impression

Lorraine Kelly has tipped a new face to take over her ITV talk show when she's not in the studio. On today's episode (April 22) of Lorraine, guest Ria Hebden was there to share her top picks for entertainment this weekend - a segment called Ria's Round Up.Ria teased the new episode of Britain's Got Talent airing this weekend and said: "There's one thing I can tell you about this weekend, there's going to be an impressionist taking part impersonating someone very special."Presenter Lorraine gave a puzzled looked and seemed very intrigued at who the impressionist would be imitating.As the clip of Saturday's episode began to play, it was evident that the impression was that of Lorraine.As the contestant said: “Hello welcome back”, the audience are thrown into fits of laughter with the accuracy of the impression, notably down to her nailing Lorraine’s Scottish accent.

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Lorraine fans fume over 'awful' habit which distracted fans from ITV show
Lorraine fans complained they had been distracted by an "awful" habit that made the ITV programme difficult to watch.On Monday's show (March 14), the Scottish host, 62, was joined by fashion presenter Mark Heyes and Showbiz reporter Ria Hebden, 39, to discuss the BAFTAs on Sunday.However, viewers all had the same thing to say as they fumed that the trio kept talking over each over, making the segment tough to watch at times.Taking to Twitter, fans commented: "#lorraine Jesus can they all stop talking over each other."A second person echoed: "Lorraine the usual cacophony that ensues when three people all talk at once and no one listens to any of them.""Is she actually going to interview him, rather than just talk at him #Lorraine," fumed a third.While a fourth raged: "Ffs - do three people all have to talk at the same time #lorraine."Which was met with a similar response: "Literally just tweeted the same thing. It was awful."Lorraine may not have received glowing feedback for the BAFTAs segment but she has instead recently been praised for her epic weight loss.Through regular exercise and portion control, Lorraine has managed to drop two dress sizes - going from a 14 to a size 10.Just last week, the TV star took to her personal Instagram page to document that she'd lost a further two pounds.Sharing a smiley snap of herself alongside her coach, she penned: "HURRAH!!! Thank you @ww.uk and @wwsuzystirfry - making it so easy and fun!!"The ITV host also included a glowing statement from her health instructor Suzy Stirfry which read: "And loving support from fellow @ww.uk Posted @withregram.
Corrie's Sally Dynevor eliminated from Dancing On Ice as she admits it was 'time'
Coronation Street legend Sally Dynevor is the sixth celebrity to be booted off ITV skating show Dancing On Ice following a tense skate-off with Kye Whyte.Though she has remained a firm favourite with fans throughout the competition, Sally's salon-inspired failed to impress the judges enough to save her this time around.She performed to the Carpenters hit We've Only Just Begun in the skate-off with her professional partner Matt Evers.Sally's eviction comes after Happy Mondays legend Bez was booted out of the competition last week after splitting the judging panel between the maraca-toting dancer and actress Sally.Also not making it through to the final round in previous weeks were Love Islander Liberty Poole - who unfortunately fell over during her final routine - S Club 7 singer Rachel Stevens, TV presenter Ria Hebden and rugby champ Ben Foden.Speaking to hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby before the result was even announced, Sally admitted: "That was so much fun, but I think it's time for me to go." It comes after Sally - who is best known for playing Sally Metcalfe on the cobbles of Coronation Street - spoke out about the confidence the show has given her. She told the Sunday Mirror: "I think when you get to a certain age you start to lose confidence in yourself.
Dancing On Ice's Ria Hebden left panicking as vital prop went missing from performance
Dancing on Ice star Ria Hebden has told how she was left panicking over a missing element during her performance on the first week of the show.Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk, the Lorraine presenter, 39, spoke of her panic at not having had time to practice her first performance with partner Lukasz Rozycki and a prop they were planning on using.Speaking just days before she took to the ice, Ria spoke out about dealing with elements of the show that were "out of her control".Ria said: "We have a prop, a major prop that we're using in our opening number and it only arrived today."Not giving any clues about what the prop is away, the Dancing On Ice contestant told how she only has a few days practice with the item.She admitted: "I was really anxious about it last week as it does feature in the performance and it hasn't arrived."But it's been much better now it's here and I can get familiar with it."I'm relieved, excited and relieved!" she added.However, the star also said she had yet to see the outfit she'll be wearing during the first live show.Ria explained: "I still haven't seen my outfit yet, I'm like, 'What's happening?!'"It's very surreal, all these elements are completely out of my control."You just have to kind of surrender to them," she admitted.The Lorraine star was eliminated from the show on movie week following a skate-off with S Club star Rachel Stevens and her partner Brendyn Hatfield.The same week, Kimberly Wyatt was awarded the high score of 34 following her routine to The Greatest Show.Taking to social media to address her exit, the star told how she was "proud" of what she had achieved, having previously revealed that she'd had no skating experience.After thanking her fans for their messages of
Dancing On Ice star Ria Hebden addresses avoiding family before show airs
Dancing on Ice star Ria Hebden has revealed that she refused to see her family before taking to the ice while on the programme.Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk, the Lorraine presenter, 39, explained why she decided to avoid seeing her husband, Mark and her two children, as she needed to "protect her energy" ahead of her performance.Ria was partnered with professional skater Lukasz Rozycki during her stint on the popular ITV show.Speaking about her family's reaction to the news that she'd be starring on the programme, Ria shared how "proud" they were of her.Addressing her husband's reaction, she said: "He is my number one fan, he's like 'just do your thing, enjoy it.'"I know the kids are really proud of me already," she added.However, Ria explained that she had made the decision not to see her children before performing so that she can focus on her routine.The presenter said: "It's wonderful, I just know just having them there in the audience will be so lovely for the children as they're only little."But I'm not going to see any of them before I perform because for me I really need to focus and be calm and quiet and then after we can celebrate."I think when you do something like this you need to protect your energy, you know," she said.Ria shares two children, Noah and Lula, with her husband of 10 years, Mark.The Lorraine star was eliminated from the show during movie week following a skate-off with S-Club star Rachel Stevens and her partner Brendyn Hatfield.The same week, Kimberly Wyatt was awarded a high score of 34 following her routine to The Greatest Show.Taking to social media to address her exit, the star told how she was "proud" of what she had achieved, having previously revealed that she'd had no skating
'Should've done it in Vegas!' Lorraine Kelly questions Adele's BRITs return amid axed gigs
Lorraine Kelly has raised her eyebrows after Adele performed the hit song I Drink Wine while sitting on a grand piano at the BRIT Awards ceremony on Tuesday evening.The ITV presenter issued a thinly-veiled swipe at the British singer after she cancelled her Las Vegas shows last month.The 62-year-old returned for the latest instalment of her morning programme where she addressed the annual music event.She kicked off her self-titled show discussing all the gossip from the BRIT Awards with showbiz correspondent Ria Hebden and fashion guru Mark Hayes.The trio opened up about Adele's flawless performance to her song I Drink Wine.The 33-year-old captivated audiences with her stunning vocals and sensational appearance in a gold dress.The Easy On Me singer belted out her tune whilst sitting on top of a grand piano.The singing sensation's simplistic performance did not go unnoticed by the veteran broadcaster.Lorraine said: "She should have just done that in Vegas.She looked comfortable."That's all people want."Her comments come after Adele pulled the plug on her Las Vegas residency last month.The Hello hitmaker continues to face backlash for leaving fans thousands of pounds out of pocket when cancelled on her Stateside shows with just 24 hours' notice.Several fans took to social media to comment on Adele's BRIT award performance.Tori Rosemund commented: "And I’m stuck waiting to see if she’s gonna reschedule the Vegas shows."'Rancid stench of arrogance' Chris Packham rips into West Ham bosses[LATEST]Gemma Atkinson wows fiancé Gorka Marquez in revealing dress at BRITs[PICTURES]EastEnders' Natalie Cassidy hits out at Strictly for 'fat-shaming' her[STRICTLY]Megs remarked: "So Adele can't manage her concerts in Vegas, which by the
Dancing On Ice's Ria Hebden on show rivals being 'professionally trained dancers'
Dancing on Ice star Ria Hebden has addressed her ex-show rivals being "professionally trained dancers" ahead of her exit from the popular ITV show.Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk, the Lorraine presenter, 39, spoke candidly about her competitors' experience while branding herself "innocent" on the ice over her lack of professional training and having to start "from scratch".This series saw Ria partnered with ice skating pro Łukasz Różycki as she took part in the competition.However, the star found herself up against a slew of strong celeb contestants and was eventually named the second celebrity to be voted off the show.Speaking about the competition, Ria told Express.co.uk that she felt "quite innocent" as she didn't have any dance background.Addressing her fellow celebrity contestants, Ria explained how they were at an advantage.She said: "Everybody's at different levels, you've got some people who are professionally trained dancers who have been all their lives."So they know how to hold their posture and balance, they know how to extend their legs and keep their hips turned out."All these things that I'm learning from scratch now, they've had years of that understanding and training," she added.The Lorraine star went on to explain how she feels that even her co-stars who were actors and presenters knew how to "put on a show".Ria said: "You've also got other people who have been on live shows like this for years, so they'll understand how to channel that adrenaline and put it into their performance and not let their nerves get the better of them."You've also got people who are actors so they'll know how to put on a show and performance."Ria told how she felt that her lack of acting experience meant she was less
Masked Singer UK's Robobunny identity 'uncovered' by ITV star as they point out clue
Ria Hebden has claimed The Masked Singer's Robobunny is Westlife's Mark Feehily.Ria, 39, said several clues Robobunny was Mark were the police badge, cowboy boots and a builders' hat he wears - because Westlife's World of Our Own music video was police themed and the group once tried to make it as country singers.Ria, who is known for appearing on TV programmes including Lorraine and This Morning, said: "This week I've put my detective hat on and we're trying to work out who Robobunny might be."There's a huge buzz online around Mark Feehily from Westlife and so I've been looking at some of the clues."From the VT we've got three major clues: a police badge, cowboy boots and a builders' hat."Could the police badge be a nod to Westlife's World of Our Own pop video? Because you'll remember that was police themed."Looking at the cowboy boots, Westlife did a documentary back in 2003 called 'Can Westlife Cut It?' where they went to Nashville to try and make it as country singers."With the builders' hat, could this link to when Westlife were battling it out against Bob the Builder in the charts and they missed out?"Lorraine was then left stunned after she pointed out at the back of Robobunny's suite there's a QR code which takes you to a website where it says 'my royal barcode is 200019992003' - the years when Westlife performed at the Royal Variety Performance."A gobsmacked replied: "Stop it! Wow."She added: "I think that is astonishing detective work, I take my hat off to you - that is incredible!"Viewers also rushed to Twitter to tell how they thought they were “convinced” they had worked out the celebrity behind the mask after spotting the barcode clue.Viewers swarmed to Twitter to share their thoughts on the possible clue
Dancing on Ice fans excited as they spot iconic Corrie couple in studio audience
Dancing on Ice fans have spotted an epic reunion of former Coronation Street lovebirds.Sunday night's episode saw Weatherfield legend Sally Dynevor take to the ice alongside Matt Evers and perform a routine skate to the Trolley Song from Meet Me In St Louis as part of the show's movie week programme.Sally, 58, was supported by two of her real-life children who were sat in the live studio audience.She was supported by her soap kids as well.The actress was cheered on by Brooke Vincent, who played her onscreen daughter Sophie Webster in Coronation Street before confirming her extended break from the soap last month.Brooke was joined in the audience by her former onscreen love interest Sacha Parkinson, who portrayed Sophie's first girlfriend Sian Powers.Posting to Twitter in response, Dancing on Ice viewers could hardly contain their excitement.One fan wrote: "Is that Sian next to Sophie from Corrie?!"Another commented: "Sally looks absolutely beautiful and aww Brooke and Sacha are there for support."Brooke and Sacha memorably portrayed Coronation Street's first lesbian couple, Sophie and Sian.Their characters caused quite the stir when they progressed from friends to lovers in 2009 though their romance was ultimately short-lived.Sacha Parkinson quit the soap in 2011, leading to the breakdown of Sophie and Sian's relationship.The pair were engaged and set to wed but Sophie struggled with her vows at the alter, leaving a devastated Sian to flee Weatherfield.Also in attendance to support Sally at Dancing on Ice were Corrie actresses Samia Longchambon and Jane Danson.Sally scored 26 out of 40 from the judges and skated through to this weekend's upcoming show.Ria Hebden became the second star eliminated from the series after
Dancing on Ice's Ria Hebden booted from show after tense skate off with Rachel Stevens
Ria Hebden has officially become the latest celebrity to get the boot from this year's series of Dancing on Ice.The ITV presenter landed in the bottom two against former S Club 7 star Rachel Stevens, which meant they had to battle it out in the dreaded dance-off on Sunday (January 30).However, it was Lorraine Kelly's showbiz expert Ria who had to leave, because the judges opted to save Rachel.Show hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby welcomed back the stars as they took to the ice for the third week of the competition on Sunday (January 30).This week's theme was Movie Night, which meant the stars paid tribute to some of their favourite films with their ice rink routines.Ria and her partner Łukasz Różycki had danced to Into the Unknown, from Disney's Frozen 2 (2019) soundtrack.Rachel and her pro partner Brendyn Hatfield danced to Lady Marmalade from Moulin Rouge.Love Island star Liberty Poole, Happy Mondays star Bez, and ITV presenter Ria Hebden were among the celebs dancing to impress judges Ashley Banjo, Oti Mabuse, Jayne Torvill, and Christopher Dean.The episode saw S Club 7 star Rachel Stevens return to the ice with her partner Brendyn Hatfield - after fracturing her wrist in a training session before Christmas.Happy Mondays Star Bez also made an epic comeback to the rink, having been forced to sit out of the show last week due to catching Covid.BMX star Kye White was forced to miss out on this week after spraining his ankle during training.This is a live TV story and is constantly being updated.Please refresh the page regularly to get the latest TV updates.TV & Showbiz reporters are working to source the latest information, reaction, pictures and video related to this story.You can also follow us on Twitter @
'Really traumatic' Ria Hebden talks injury that left her fearful of Dancing on Ice stint
Dancing on Ice star Ria Hebden has shared how it's been a "real challenge" learning how to skate, as she narrowly avoided being voted off the show in the skate-off on Sunday's programme.Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk, the Lorraine star, 39, candidly addressed the impact a "traumatic" injury had on her confidence while learning how to ice skate with her pro partner, Lukasz Różycki.Lorraine's entertainment reporter revealed that she struggled when she first took to the ice as she had previously suffered a "traumatic" injury which saw her fall and require stitches.Ria confessed: "She said: "For me, I actually slipped on a wet floor years ago and fell face first and nearly knocked my teeth out, I had to have 12 stitches in my lip."It was really traumatic, root canal surgery, all of that."I know the physical pain when I fall flat on my face," she added.She explained that the fear of falling and repeating her injury initially held her back from giving it her all, before adding that her partner gradually built her confidence.Ria went on: "So at the very beginning it was something that I really feared when I first started skating."So I told Lukasz about that from the beginning, he then really took his time to work to build up my confidence to feel safe doing those scary things and now I feel much better about it."Ria shared that she has never skated before and opened up about how challenging she found it both physically and mentally.She said: "It's a huge learning curve, you're learning the moves, learning how to skate."From a psychological point of view you're learning how to balance, because how you hold yourself and position your weight is so key with ice skating."If you put your weight in the wrong position just for a
Dancing On Ice star Ria Hebden determined to impress as she shares lift sneak-peek
Dancing On Ice star Ria Hebden has given her fans a behind the scenes look at her performance for this weekend's show.The popular TV presenter will be getting into character as Elsa when she performs to Into The Unknown from Frozen 2 on this weekends Movie Week themed show.Ria, 39, gave her Instagram followers a sneak peek of the routine as she posted a clip of her and dance partner Lukasz Rozycki rehearsing for the big day on Sunday.In the video, Ria is seen dressed in a black hoody and black leggings with her hair tied back as Lukasz gently lifts her onto his shoulders as she makes a star shape with her body.Ria then maintained her pose laying across him as he span around, gradually sliding her down his body and back into a standing position.She wrote: "The hard work continues with my skating pro partner @icelukasz in perfecting the lifts before we take them on to the ice! Can't wait to show you our routine for Movie Week on Dancing on Ice this Sunday at 6.00pm on @itv !"The impressive display of skill comes after the pair found themselves in the bottom two at the end of last weeks show, having to compete against rugby star Ben Foden in the skate-off eliminator.Luckily for Ria, she pipped Ben to the post as he was voted off and she managed to keep her place in the show.Speaking on Friday's (January 28) Lorraine, Ria said: "We have been working really hard this week and we're doing a lift."We have got quite a risky one this Sunday."Elsewhere in the show, Rachel Stevens will be hoping to finally make her debut as she is on the mend from a nasty injury which meant she had to pull out of last weekend's show.She will perform a Moulin Rouge inspired routine alongside partner Brendyn Hatfield.Dancing On Ice returns for movie