Lorraine apologises after she talks over actress in awkward ITV gaffe

Lorraine Kelly was introducing her upcoming guest Gaynor Faye on the show today when ITV suffered a technical blunder.

The Scottish presenter has a brief window to introduce what’s coming up on the programme ahead of the break between Good Morning Britain and Lorraine.

But unfortunately while the machine of breakfast television is normally incredibly slick, today there was a slight delay and Lorraine had to apologise.

Gaynor Faye is best known for her role as Megan Macey, the successful wedding planner on Emmerdale.

Following the star’s departure from the Dales last year now she is set to appear in the highly-anticipated new BBC One drama The Syndicate alongside Neil Morrissey.

In a brief promo that showcased the pair’s acting, Lorraine carried on explaining what was coming up on today’s show.

Realising the trailer had already begun and viewers were starting to miss Gaynor and Neil’s riveting scenes, she quickly apologised.

"Oh sorry!" she hastened to say.

Lorraine airs weekdays at 9am on ITV.

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