A brilliant read, this book mixes gossip and glamour with Lorraine’s charming, down-to-earth warmth. Thoroughly entertaining.
(Woman & Home )
A cheeky peek into the life and work of telly’s first lady, as told by the much-loved presenter herself.
The book is, of course, the thoroughly enjoyable, good-hearted read you’d expect from Kelly. Written with all the energy, candour and enthusiasm she brings to the small screen...
(The Herald Magazine )
Entertaining, funny and a little bit mischievous, her anecdotes are garnered from a lifetime of meeting, greeting and interrogating the famous and infamous. Full of gossip, glamour and Lorraine’s inimitable good sense, this really is a book to settle on the sofa with.
(Yorkshire Evening Post )
Kelly confounds all her industry’s egomaniac clichés, and is impossible to dislike.
(The Guardian )
Packed with anecdotes and insights into her life and career, it’s an engaging testimony to the qualities that are required to survive in the cutthroat world of television…
(Scottish Daily Record )
About the Author
Lorraine Kelly is a television presenter and journalist best known for her work at GMTV, which she helped launch in 1993 and for which she currently presents her own magazine show, LK Today, which goes out live four days a week. She writes weekly columns, full of humour and opinion, for the Sun, Best and Scotland's Sunday Post. Her huge popularity has seen her guest-host for The Friday Night Project and The Paul O'Grady Show as well as frequently appearing on celebrity quiz and chat shows including Question Time, The Kumars, So Graham Norton, Never Mind the Buzzcocks and Have I Got News For You. And in a January 2008 survey she was voted the celebrity people would most like to buy a used car from.