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Viewers spot Loose Women's reaction as This Morning win best daytime show

Aisha Nozari

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Viewers spot Loose Women's reaction as This Morning win best daytime show

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The National Television Awards took Britain by storm last night (13 October), and there’s quite a lot to unpack.

No one likes the morning after the night before, and if Twitter’s reaction to one particular moment is anything to go by, some of the Loose Women team are probably wincing this morning. 

The show’s panellists are being called ‘bitter’ for their response to This Morning winning the best daytime show gong, and people are weighing in left, right and centre.

Watch the awkward moment below:



After it was announced that This Morning had scooped the award, the camera panned to the Loose Women team, who were also nominated. 

While Kaye Adams performed the slow clap of the century, Linda Robson wasn’t clapping at all in the clip, and the moment didn’t go unnoticed. 

One person wrote on Twitter: “The slow clapping says it all,” while a second added: “Anyone else see the Loose Women nod their head with the eye roll when Holly n Phil won?”


A third person penned: “Well the #LooseWomen didn't look bitter at all #NTAAwards."

It quickly became clear that while some people were team Holly and Phil, others threw their support behind Kaye and co.

Someone tweeted: “Looks like Holly & Phil will be losing them as friends. Fake claps, fake smiles & no claps. No need for the Loose Women to be so cold towards their friends.”

However, another social media user noted: “How on earth did #philandholly win an NTA after #quegate ? Regardless, I'd personally not have accepted it so gloriously. I'd have been humble & let the TV crew accept and stand forward. Ego is a horrible thing. Full kudos to @loosewomen for providing us with eye rolls tho.”


That person was of course referring to the backlash Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield faced after paying their respects to the Queen when she was lying in state last month.

The pair were accused of jumping the queue at Westminster Hall on 16 September.

While thousands of people were made to queue for hours through the streets of London to do the same, it appeared the pair were given permission to skip the line after a press gallery for a separate viewing.


And clearly the public haven't forgotten about the incident, as Holly and Phil were booed after they were announced as winners of the best daytime show award. 

The This Morning group was met with sounds of 'booing' from the crowd as they went to collect their award.

Tyla has approached ITV for comment. 

Topics: This Morning, Loose Women

Aisha Nozari
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