Lorraine Kelly breaks silence after pulling out of ITV show minutes before it went on air | The Sun

LORRAINE Kelly has broken her silence after pulling out of her ITV show minutes before it went on air this morning.

The bubbly 63-year-old usually presents the programme, Lorraine, on weekdays between 9am and 10am.

ITV was thrown into chaos when the Scottish presenter didn't appear on the show today.

Taking to Twitter just an hour before Lorraine was due to start, she told fans that she wouldn't be on their screens.

Lorraine told her 737.7k followers on Twitter: "When you have to be sent home from work early in the morning because you are suddenly attacked by a hideous bug and were looking forward to interviewing @adamlambert.

"Beyond disappointed but imagine if I had infected him!!!!!!"

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Many rushed to the comments section to send their love.

One wrote: "Get well soon."

A second added: "Gutted for you Lorraine! Always love your interviews with Adam! A fellow dundonian interviewing the best singer on the planet."

"So sorry Lorraine. I always love your interviews with Adam. I'm sure you will feel better soon," a third chimed in.

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Good Morning Britiain host Kate Garraway informed viewers of the line-up change.

She said: "I think in almost a first in her 30 year history on breakfast TV she's gone home.

"She's not well. She's got a bug. We're wishing you very well, Lorraine."

Good Morning Britain star Ranvir Singh stepped in at short notice to fill the gap and keep the show on air.

Kate told viewers: "It's a good job Ranvir didn't say no to coming in and got herself out of bed, otherwise we wouldn't have a show."

Lorraine's show first hit our screens in 2010.

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