Ranvir Singh is accused of interrupting guests on GMB as she fills in for absent Kate Garraway: ‘Is she interviewing herself?’
Ranvir Singh has been accused of interrupting guests on Good Morning Britain as she filled in for absent host Kate Garraway on Thursday.
The broadcaster, 46, has stood in for the presenter on the ITV show, but immediately began to irk viewers during an interview with Clare Balding.
During the interview, viewers took to X, formerly known as Twitter, to joke that it felt like Ranvir was ‘interviewing herself’ as she kept interrupting Clare.
One posted: ‘Is Ranvir interviewing herself?’ while another added: ‘Someone needs to tell Ranvir to let the guests speak fgs!’
A third added: ‘Six times Ranvir has interrupted Claire Balding and Ben in less than five minutes! Someone tell her!’
Ranvir Singh has been accused of interrupting guests on Good Morning Britain as she filled in for absent host Kate Garraway on Thursday
The broadcaster has stood in for the presenter on the ITV show, but immediately began to irk viewers during an interview with Claire Balding
On Wednesday Ranvir revealed she would be filling in for Kate on Thursday’s GMB after spending the week standing in for Lorraine Kelly.
She told viewers: ‘I’m getting up a bit earlier tomorrow because I’ll be bringing you Good Morning Britain.
‘Louise Minchin will be in the hotseat here. She’ll be joined on the safe here by Meera Syal.’
Derek, 56, has been plagued with health woes after contracting Covid in 2020 and is now said to be fighting for his life after being taken dangerously ill last Monday.
GMB presenter Kate is said to be holding a 24/7 vigil by his bedside and has cancelled all work commitments while his family ‘pray for a miracle’. It is expected she will spend Christmas at her husband’s bedside in hospital .
Derek has been in and out of hospital after he fell seriously ill with coronavirus at the very start of the pandemic in March 2020, and was left with lasting damage to his organs.
Doctors put him in a medically induced coma and he became the longest-suffering coronavirus patient in the UK after spending 13 months in hospital, apart from Kate and their two children – Darcey, 16 and Billy, 13.
However, he has readmitted several times with numerous health issues, including kidney failure, brain inflammation and liver damage.
During the interview, viewers took to X, formerly known as Twitter , to joke that it felt like Ranvir was ‘interviewing herself’ as she kept interrupting Claire
On Wednesday Ranvir revealed she would be filling in for Kate on Thursday’s GMB after spending the week standing in for Lorraine Kelly
The presenter has been keeping a vigil at her husband Derek Draper’s bedside as he fights for his life after suffering a heart attack
Following the heartbreaking turn of events it has been reported that Derek was ‘in great spirits’ and looking forward to Christmas with his family.
A source told The Sun : ‘It was sudden and a shock as he had been doing so well and was in great spirits, looking forward to Christmas at home with the family.
‘This setback has been a huge blow for his family and all the people caring for him.
‘Kate has been utterly incredible — by his side while being an amazing mum to Darcey and Billy, and trying to manage their expectations of a family Christmas.’
Kate recently revealed her family are ‘adjusting to a new normal’ as Derek battles to get better and shared a ‘promising’ update on Derek’s health, hoping it could lead to an improvement.
Speaking to OK! magazine, Kate shared: ‘Derek’s in hospital having some treatment. It’s not an emergency thing, it’s not a dramatic rush back into intensive care, thank goodness. It’s something that started last year that we hope will lead to improvement.
‘I’ve managed to get it in before the end of the year. It’s something we were trying to do in the summer, but there are referrals and time and all of those things.
‘Every day we wait and see. There isn’t a dramatic improvement but touch wood things haven’t gone backwards either. So we’re just adjusting to a new normal.’
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