Kelly Brook slams 'pointless' Lorraine appearance
- Bang Showbiz
- 2 March 2017
Kelly Brook thought her fashion segment on 'Lorraine' was "pointless."
Kelly Brook has slammed her own appearance on 'Lorraine' as "pointless".
The 37-year-old model recently appeared as a guest fashion editor on the morning show but didn't enjoy the experience because she thought the job was "silly".
She said: "I'm not trying to be a TV presenter or work on telly in the UK every day.
"If it's something that's a bit challenging or fun, then I'll do it.
"But it was a three-minute segment on a morning show. I just didn't like all the attention that came with it. It was a bit pointless.
"I don't mind the attention if it's something that's a big deal, but I didn't think it was - talking about a few dresses on a morning show.
"I left and said, 'I don't really want to do this, it's a bit silly."
And Kelly suggested she didn't even like the clothes she had to talk about on the programme.
She said: "Lorraine introduced me as 'The most enthusiastic woman in the world' and I thought, well, I'm not really - I'm just trying to make the best of the clothes you've given me."
The former 'Big Breakfast' host just doesn't think she is "cut out" for morning television after being criticised for her chirpy demeanour.
She said: "I think I'm a bit too much for people, I was criticised for being too energetic and loud.
"I was like, 'Maybe I shouldn't come back?' They wanted me to but I told them I thought they should get someone else. I don't think I'm cut out for morning TV."
Kelly famously landed a judging role on 'Britain's Got Talent' in 2009 but was axed after less than a week.
Despite the experience, she'd still like to go back if she was offered the job again.
She told OK! magazine: "I like Simon Cowell and everyone at 'Britain's Got Talent'. I'm open to anything. It's a business and I don't really feel personal about things like that. It didn't work and I left. But if they wanted me to go back and thing had changed, of course I'd go back. I don't really think about it though."