December 30, 2019
In a year of political and social uncertainty, we have never needed laughs more – but luckily for us, the stars of daytime TV have been on hand to keep us (sometimes unintentionally) entertained. 
34 Times Daytime TV Continued To Be Absolutely Ludicrous In 2019
ITV favourites This Morning, Loose Women, Lorraine and Good Morning Britain have continued to be suitably ridiculous in 2019 – and while some of you might have been at work and missed them, we’re celebrating another 12 months of hi-jinx with this special look back at some of the most ludicrous moments...
1. When a woman married her dog in a live ceremony on This Morning conducted by Alison Hammond and attended by Ruth Langsford and Eamonn HolmesMeanwhile on daytime TV... pic.twitter.com/Barx6AQeYX— This Morning (@thismorning) July 30, 20192. When Mr Blobby lost an eye after flooring Carol McGiffin during Loose Women’s 20th birthday celebrations3. When Kate Garraway and Richard Arnold had a Ghost moment on Good Morning Britain that was even more X-rated than the filmJust an innocent pottery making demonstration, nothing to see here 🙈😂@kategarraway | @RichardAArnold#GMBpic.twitter.com/ZiITzMAF1A— Good Morning Britain (@GMB) July 24, 20194. When This Morning’s The Speakmans helped someone with their most unusual phobia yet5. When Andrea McLean took Loose Women’s loo brush debate a little too seriouslypic.twitter.com/Mp2PgfoFGF— daytime snaps (@daytimesnaps) January 31, 20196. When the actress who plays Lorraine Kelly nearly screamed her studio down thanks to a clown-related prankSomething tells us @reallorraine is never going to forgive us for this one... 🤡#Lorrainepic.twitter.com/kGab56gZ6T— Lorraine (@lorraine) September 6, 20197. When This Morning whipped out a paddling pool for their mermaid guest8. When this subtitle fail happened on Good Morning Britain9. The entirety of This Morning’s Wizard Of Oz-themed Halloween special 
10. Likewise, the Loose Women’s take on Scooby Doo for Halloween11. When This Morning’s Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield completely lost it at these rude kids’ drawingsThe kids drawing fails you’ve been sending in are quite possibly the funniest things we've ever seen!If you love having fun with us on the show, we’d love your vote at this year’s TV Choice Awards 👉 https://t.co/9Rmpcgaf9Ipic.twitter.com/OoLD7DEVmE— This Morning (@thismorning) July 2, 201912. When Alison Hammond nearly got arrested while presenting a This Morning competition link in PisaWe sent @AlisonHammond to Pisa to tell you all about our £300K competition... but never thought she'd have a run-in with the Italian police! 😂 For a chance to win £300K, and perhaps bail Alison out of jail, enter here 👉 https://t.co/hQvl5Nm9WT18+ UK only, T&Cs apply. pic.twitter.com/oOpd5AZo22— This Morning (@thismorning) June 30, 201913. When Loose Women’s Nadia Sawalha felt it necessary to re-enact birthing a child on lunchtime TV 14. When this happened on This Morning15. When Holly fell hook, line and sinker for Phil’s April Fool’s Day prank on This Morning 
16. When this Jeremy Vine guest came a cropper"Anything that's good enough for Gemma Collins is good enough for me."Seems that was one Brexit swear box penalty too many for poor Andy! @AndyWestTV | @TheAnneDiamond | @StormHuntley | #jeremyvinepic.twitter.com/KQ7PbJertx— Jeremy Vine On 5 (@JeremyVineOn5) April 15, 201917... Just like Andi Peters on Good Morning Britain18... And Alison Hammond on a ski slopeAnd this was before @AlisonHammond2 experienced the famous Val D'Isere après-ski! 🤣 pic.twitter.com/c4g3zBgwUq— This Morning (@thismorning) January 10, 201919. When Holly and Phil had a close call with a pair of skunks that paid a visit to the This Morning studio20. Four words: The Loose Women Choir 
21. When this woman appeared on This Morning and the nation went, “Yeah, same”22. When Lorraine Kelly experienced zero gravityWatching @reallorraine experience zero gravity is the most joyous thing you'll see today. 😂Watch in full: https://t.co/Yqae78TMOipic.twitter.com/n6AbMcA825— Lorraine (@lorraine) November 14, 201923. When Loose Women’s Coleen Nolan transformed into a giant brussels sprout 24. When Lorraine Kelly had a full-on “I don’t know her” moment when asked about former colleague Esther McVeythis longer version of that Lorraine Kelly/Esther McVey clip might be the most brutal thing I've ever witnessed pic.twitter.com/B8NTPes6uT— Matthew Champion (@matthewchampion) June 10, 201925. When Tinky Winky, Dispy, Lala and Po sat down for a chat with Holly and Phil on This Morning26. When Alison Hammond caught up with a leprechaun whisperer pic.twitter.com/WDEKuHMeiu— daytime snaps (@daytimesnaps) April 1, 201927. And believe it or not, he was not the only whisperer This Morning has spoken to this year 28. When Janet St Porter re-enacted The Shining on Loose WomenHere's Janet! 😵| @NolanColeen@RuthieeL@IamSairaKhanpic.twitter.com/sfw0U2FB57— Loose Women (@loosewomen) January 30, 201929. When whatever is going on here happened on Loose Women30. When Uri Geller tried (and ultimately) failed to stop Brexit during a live This Morning link-up31. When Lorraine Kelly tore Jennifer Arcuri a new one after her evasive Good Morning Britain interviewLorraine had a few words for Jennifer Arcuri...👀@lorraine | #GMBpic.twitter.com/dyPqIleISQ— Good Morning Britain (@GMB) November 18, 201932. When Richard Madeley came face to face with a nude Brexit protester on Good Morning Britain33. When Richard and Judy returned to This Morning after 18 years and Judy wasted no time in sassing Boris JohnsonJudy Finnegan on Boris Johnson 🤣 Dead! #thismorningpic.twitter.com/zPSYCblPZx— Steve Coats-Dennis (@blondsteve) October 25, 201934. When the Loose Women listened to a porn podcast live on airpic.twitter.com/GFepD2I2dt— daytime snaps (@daytimesnaps) December 5, 2019READ MORE... 11 Showbiz Fails From 2019 That We're Still Cringing At 21 Jaw-Dropping TV Moments From 2019 That We Still Can't Quite Get Over Feuds, Farts And Fractures – Why 2019 Belonged To Amanda Holden
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