Susanna Reid reveals unlikely celebrity crush – and even DMs him on live TV
Susanna Reid has reveal an unlikely celebrity crush – and even starting DMing him on Good Moning Britain.
The GMB host was teased by her co-hosts Ben Shephard and Kate Garraway for liking the much younger man, but she reveaed he clearly likes her a little as well, as he has followed her on Twitter .
On revealing this, she decided she would try her hand at getting him to respond to her, despite him having more than 100million followers and he istherefore inundated with messages from devoted fans.
And the star? 24-year-old songster Justin Bieber .
Susanna told her co-hosts: "I do remember the moment Justin Bieber followed me on Twitter and I thought I could…"
At this Ben cheekily jumped in, saying: "Be his gran? Is that what you were going to say?"
Susanna was shocked, adding: "No I didn’t, but that’s what he might have thought."
Kate then joined in the teasing, saying: "Do you exchange flirty messages with Justin Bieber?"
Susanna was not impressed, replying: "Don’t you start with your Harry Styles crush Kate Garraway! We’re all in glass houses, let’s not start throwing stones."
The host decided she would try and get her crush’s attention by sending him a message, though there were not many hopes of a reply considering the competition.
After Susanna revealed he has more than 100million followers, Ben asked: "And how many is he following?"
Susanna replied: "Only 300,000 so I feel really special."
She was told to do "very catchy" on the message, but opted for sending a message saying: "Morning, how are you doing?"
Kate thought that may have been a little personal, after which the group of presenters started to mock her for her "poo bag of make-up."
She said: "I left my make up bag at home this morning so I brought in my lipsticks and chocolate in a little plastic bag."
"Why’re you all picking on me? Honestly! I’ll put it behind me where it’s supposed to be."
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV.
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