Sean Fletcher: Last News


Good Morning Britain fans gobsmacked over Andi Peters' age as he celebrates birthday

Much-loved TV host Andi Peters is a familiar face on ITV's Good Morning Britain, where he pops up daily presenting competition segments and delivering plenty of laughs. Today's show was a special one for the TV veteran as he revealed that it's his birthday – and then stunned viewers by sharing his age. Andi quipped on Friday's show: "I may have mentioned it was my birthday today," to which host Ben Shepherd, 47, replied that the team had forgotten to get him a gift.

Related News
Love Island 2022 stars will complete ‘inclusion training’ amid duty of care overhaul
Love Island bosses have confirmed that Islanders in the 2022 series will receive inclusion training as part of measures to improve discussions and behaviour around disability, sexuality, race and ethnicity.The video training and guidance will also cover behaviours and microaggressions, to be offered before the Islanders enter the Majorcan villa.Extended duty of care protocols have also been put in place, with what the show calls “extensive welfare measures” remaining in place.These measures promise to provide support to participants ahead of, during and after the filming of the series.It comes after the show was struck with another huge change, with ITV dumping fast fashion retailers in exchange for a sponsorship with eBay - which will see contestants rock secondhand clothes throughout their time in the villa.Inclusion training consists of conversations chaired by Black Collective of Media in Sport (BCOMS) founder Leon Mann MBE, along with Diversity, Equity and Inclusion consultant Hayley Bennett, disability specialist Shani Dhanda and broadcaster Sean Fletcher.Other duty of care protocols include having registered mental health professionals engaged throughout the series and afterwards, psychological and medical assessments ahead of the show and medical history checks from each contestant’s GP.As ever, cast members will be given “detailed explanations” of the implications taking part in the series could have, with it being reported in the past that Islanders were forced to sign contracts insisting “nobody may fancy you and you might not become famous”.They’ll also be offered therapy sessions after the show, encouraged to secure management and get bespoke social media training.Ade Rawcliffe, Group Director of Diversity
Ranvir Singh snaps at Charlotte Hawkins after GMB group photo blunder at BAFTAs
Ranvir Singh was quick to correct her fellow Good Morning Britain star Charlotte Hawkins after the blonde bombshell shared a snap of the news team at the BAFTA TV Awards.On Sunday (May 8), the 46-year-old took to Twitter to celebrate her attendance the show’s nomination for their tell-all interview with Shamima Begum last year.And it’s fair to say the mum-of-one posed up a storm as she strutted her stuff down the red carpet in a gorgeous black gown.Before the group made their way into the awards ceremony held at London’s Royal Festival Hall, some of the broadcasters from the ITV morning show couldn’t help but get a group photo together as a team.After the TV presenter woke up with a sore head the next morning, she took to the popular social media platform to share a snap of the team from the whirlwind evening with her loyal legion of fans.In full view of her 249,300 followers, Charlotte beamed beside her colleagues including Sean Fletcher, Laura Tobin, Alex Beresford, Ranvir and Dr Hilary Jones.But there were a few team members noticeably missing from the shot, including Susanna Reid and Adil Ray although they did attend the ceremony.She captioned the sweet snap: “Team @gmb at the BAFTAs!” but her 44-year-old colleague jumped at the chance to recognise the rest of the GMB team who couldn’t attend the event.As her 109,200 fans watched on, the brunette beauty replied: “Some of us!” recognising the hundreds of other team members often hidden behind the camera on the TV morning show.Although the brunette beauty attended the star-studded awards ceremony, Susanna appeared to miss out on the red-carpet snaps before the event took place.Weatherman Alex also took to Twitter to share some of the exclusive snaps of himself taken at
The Weakest Link fans slam show for 'dumbing down' questions for celeb contestants
BBC show for "dumbing down" questions for the celebrity contestants.Romesh, 43, who took over from former host Anne Robinson, was joined by seven famous faces including Loose Women star Kaye Adams, Countryfile host Sean Fletcher and Homes Under the Hammer star Martel Maxwell in a bid to win some money for their chosen charity.As viewers tuned into to the BBC quiz show, fans blasted the series of “pi** easy” questions served up to delighted contestants, with some claiming even their five-year-old could answer them.Some of the easy questions heard on the show included: “Valentine’s Day is celebrated on the 14th of which month”, "how much is the cost of plastic bag in the UK”, and “the prime minister lives at which street address in London”.One angry fan wrote: “Not being funny but my five-year-old could answer these questions!”A second agreed: “Them pi** easy questions didn't really require that much intelligence tbf,” while a third added: “Some of these questions!! Too Easy!”Loose Women star Linda Robson was the first to be voted off after screwing up a question about the Great British Sewing Bee.Following shortly after was Sean Fletcher, with presenter Martel and comedian Ed Gamble making it to the final round.After Martel answered two questions wrong in the final round, including one about someone's Achilles heel - to which she mistakenly answered “Hercules heel” – Ed was crowned the winner bagging £9.5k for his charity that supports research into Type 1 diabetes.“Seriously, these questions on the new Weakest Link are pathetically easy,” a fan added, as some believed host Romesh was “too nice” in comparison to his predecessor.“Anne Robinson wouldn’t have all this ‘we love you’ shi*e ,” blasted one viewer.While another