Lorraine Kelly looks completely different as she posts boozy Eurovision throwback

LORRAINE Kelly has been seen looking completely different in a throwback snap from a boozy Eurovision party.

The ITV host could be seen holding a big glass of champagne towards the camera in the snap taken in 2003 at the final of the competition.

Lorraine, 62, was tasked with announcing the Eurovision 2003 results at Old Compton Street, London while the show was held in Latvia.

As part of the panel of jury judges from the UK, the star appeared on-screen to detail who the country had voted to give points to.

She looked to be sipping on a glass of champagne as she delivered the result, making a 'cheers' motion towards the camera.

Dressing up in a black velvet and satin dress, she let her dark locks trail down to her collar bones, wearing glamorous make-up palette.


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The snap – taken 19 years ago – showed her looking noticeably fresh-faced and youthful, as the London Eye moved behind her.

It comes after Lorraine left ITV viewers distracted as she hosted her show last week – by wearing a plunging green dress.

Taking to Twitter to discuss her amazing look, one distracted viewer wrote: “Lorraine’s trying to encourage more viewers.”

A second person joked of her latest look: "Lorraine is looking very titillating this morning."

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Lorraine hit the headlines herself last week when Prime Minister Boris Johnson asked who she was after his live interview with Susanna Reid.

She modestly said she wasn’t offended by the snub – but took a swipe at him by pointing out they’ve met before.

Lorraine said: “It was really funny, but why should he remember me?

“I have met him a couple of times though. I obviously made a huge impression…”

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