Judi Love’s response to Lorraine Kelly at the BAFTA TV Awards goes viral; ITV presenter says Brian Cox telling her to say “Eff Off” is a career highlight

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Lorraine Kelly received a special award at the 2024 BAFTA TV Awards, and Judi Love’s response to her acceptance speech went viral.

After Kelly took the stage in London to accept her award, cameras followed the audience’s reactions and captured the film Loose woman co-host rolls her eyes.

“I’ll be on TV tomorrow, but tonight I’m going to celebrate,” Kelly said in closing her speech.

Cameras cut to Ant and Dec, who were visibly excited about Kelly’s award. Then love appeared on the screen, giving a dark look even as those around her continued to clap for Kelly.

People on social media quickly noticed Love’s reaction, making it one of the viral moments of the night, which you can watch below.

While accepting her special award at the 2024 BAFTA TV Awards, Kelly said “one of the highlights” of her career was Brian Cox swearing at her. The Succession star presented Kelly with the trophy, and as he presented the award to the ITV daytime talk show host, she said: ‘One of the highlights of my career was when Brian told me I had to leave. In character! At least I think it had character.”

Cox took the stage to present Kelly with the award, saying, “My late sister Betty was a huge fan of this year’s recipient and when I asked her why she loved her so much, her response was this: ‘She really exists .'”

He continued: “Her indomitable spirit has etched her name as an integral part of British daytime television. Her infectious humor, boundless enthusiasm and genuine, genuine kindness immediately draw people in, and she truly deserves this recognition tonight.”

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Watch Kelly’s full acceptance speech in the video above.

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