His passion for crafts, cleaning and tidying up is frequently documented on his social networks.
And Stacey Solomon took her commitment to cleanliness to the next level on Thursday as she criticized fellow Loose Women presenters for clutter in their homes, leaving them in hysteria.
The pregnant TV presenter, 31, used a pointer on the ITV daytime show to scan the messy homes of her co-hosts as part of her “Clutter Clinic.”
Shock: Stacey Solomon took her commitment to cleanliness to the next level on Thursday as she criticized fellow Loose Women presenters for clutter in their homes, leaving them in hysteria
Footage shown on the big screen in the studio captured Nadia Sawalha’s closet, filled to the brim with a confusing collection of books and random items.
“Feast your eyes on this!” Stacey said as creepy music played in the background. ‘This is someone’s house. Yes, it’s not the outside of a trash can. ‘
Nadia, 56, admitted that she wanted to get rid of all the objects, commenting: “It annoys me because I can’t close the doors”
A shocked Stacey remarked, âAre there doors ?! What’s your favorite book in there? ‘
âIs the clutter taking over your house?â: The pregnant TV presenter, 31, used a pointer on the ITV daytime show to scan the messy houses of her co-hosts as part of her “Clutter Clinic”
Revelation: Images shown on the big screen in the studio captured Nadia Sawalha’s closet in her Croydon home, filled to the brim with a confusing collection of books and random items
Mentioning the release of Stacey’s new book which provides organizational advice, the actress replied, “I actually have your Tap To Tidy. [book] in there! ‘
Pictures from his Croydon home also revealed a bottle of Calpol and a random envelope next to random kitchen plates, much to the horror of the ladies in the studio.
The Loose Women panel once again found itself in deep trouble on Tuesday’s episode as fake fanfare sound effects went off as they attempted to announce their National Television Award nomination.
The ITV show was shortlisted for the Day Program category and will face This Morning, The Repair Shop and The Chase.
Nominations for this year’s ceremony, due to take place next month, were announced on Tuesday, and the panel expressed their enthusiasm for being nominated.
Ouch! “Feast your eyes on this!” Stacey said as creepy music played in the background. ‘This is someone’s house. Yes it’s not the outside of a trash can
Embarrassed: Nadia, 56, admitted she felt like getting rid of all the items as she commented: “It annoys me because I can’t close the doors”
This Morning has long dominated the category, winning for the past 10 consecutive years.
During a segment where the group discussed marriage to a robot, lead presenter Kaye Adams was interrupted by a trumpet sound effect.
The camera passed to Jane Moore who was doing what she thought was trumpet action while fellow hosts Stacey and Janet Street Porter looked confused.
When breaking the news, Kaye, 58, joked, “About the breaking news now, the show is so broken we can’t afford a trumpet.”
Jane, 59, was outraged and replied sarcastically: âWhat! It was the perfect trumpet, âto which Stacey replied,â I’m not sure it’s Jane.
âWe can’t afford a trumpet! The Loose Women panel stumbled again in Tuesday’s episode as fake fanfare sound effects went off as they attempted to announce their National Television Award nomination
Congratulations: The ITV show has been shortlisted for the Day Program category and will face This Morning, The Repair Shop and The Chase
Bringing the conversation back to the topic in question, Kaye said, âDon’t listen guys, this is great news.
Janet, 74, shouted above them, laughing, “Shut up, all of you.”
Kaye continued, “I can confirm, that thanks to you [points down the camera at the audience] we were shortlisted for a National Television Award. ‘
The panel appeared delighted with the news as they screamed and raised their hands in the air.
Sound Effects: During a segment where the group discussed marriage with a robot, lead presenter Kaye Adams was interrupted by a trumpet sound effect
What a racket! The camera moved to Jane Moore who was doing what she thought was trumpet action while fellow hosts Stacey Solomon and Janet Street Porter looked confused
Stacey, shaking her head sarcastically, said, “After that trumpet I’m not surprised.”
Realizing that she had done the wrong thing in imitating the previous sound, Jane said, “Maybe I made a trombone.”
Kaye looked flabbergasted as she said, “This is the first time we’ve made the crew laugh – I think we deserve a prize for that.”
She then asked viewers to vote for them in the category, before showing hilarious videos from various presenters “busting move” on the show’s previous episodes.
Funny: Bringing the news, Kaye, 58, joked, “On the breaking news now, the show is so broken we can’t afford a trumpet” as Jane replied, “What! That was the trumpet!” perfect’
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