It could be said that he brought it on himself, but Made In Chelsea’s Jamie Laing was pretty shocked when he was compared to Celebrity Big Brother’s love cheat Lee Ryan.
This Morning host Holly Willoughby made the comparison on the morning show yesterday, leaving the McVitie’s heir lost for words (for once).
The reality TV star was invited on the show along with his co-stars Lucy Watson, Oliver Proudlock and Marc Francis.
As they discussed Jamie’s love life, Holly said, “You’re also really rubbish at telling people that you love them. You are turning into the Lee Ryan of Chelsea.”
The comment had Jamie’s co-stars in fits of laughter and Jamie’s ex Lucy went to town as she said, “That’s the worst thing someone could say to you as well.”
Holly stood by her remarks and added, “You loosely tell people you love them all the time.”
Frankie Sandford from The Saturdays has admitted that she finds the selfie craze, a little strange.
The singer who was appearing along with her band mates on This Morning, was questioned what she thought of celebrities posting pictures of themselves on Twitter.
“I don’t enjoy the selfie. I think it’s funny that it’s become so acceptable to take pictures of yourself.”
The topic came up after the show decided to research which Saturday singer posted the most selfies.
It turned out Una Foden has the most selfies out of all of The Saturdays. But Frankie joked that if they all looked liked Una, they would be taking selfies the whole time too.
Whilst appearing on the show the band confirmed that they are not splitting up and insisted that their greatest hits album was just to mark their 17th single.
Mollie King from The Saturdays said: “Everyone is asking us, aren’t they, but it’s totally not the end.”
The Only Way Is Essex star Sam Faiers opened up about her recent Crohn’s disease diagnosis on ITV’s This Morning.
In her first TV interview since her diagnosis, the 23-year-old, who fell ill during Celebrity Big Brother, revealed that she felt fine for the first few days on the show before her symptoms hit hard.
She said: “For three to four days I was fine and getting to know people until the symptoms hit really hard.” Talking about her symptoms, the reality show star told the show’s hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield that she “couldn’t hold food down for nearly a month.”
She explained: “They were really really bad stomach cramps, I couldn’t hold food down and I had diarrhoea, I didn’t know what was happening to me.”
The TOWIE star added: There were a couple of days in the house where I couldn’t even get myself out of bed. I was shivering cold, when they told us they were extending, I thought to myself ‘Can I do this?'”
The star, who is now learning to control her illness says that her doctor believes she may have had the condition “for up to a year.”
Well done to Sam for being so open about her illness.