ITV host Lorraine Kelly accused of 'bullying' Geordie Shore star during TV 'grilling'
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Fans of Geordie Shore star Charlotte Crosby have accused ITV host Lorraine Kelly of 'bullying' the reality show star after 'grilling' her over her bed-wetting.
Fans took to Twitter to voice their outrage over the 'grilling' Crosby received, labelling the questions "unprofessional" and comparing Kelly to a "disapproving mum".
The host of the Lorraine show sparked outrage while questioning Charlotte on her infamous bed-wetting, made famous during her time in the Celebrity Big Brother house and her time on Geordie Shore.
"When looking back at the girl called Charlotte the Harlot and the girl who wet herself, are you... embarrassed?"
Crosby replied that she wasn't to which Lorraine responded "why not?".
Crosby explained that she thinks her bed wetting is "normal now", to which Lorraine retorted "It really isn't, Charlotte".
"I don't (like it). I really don't. I have to be honest with you".
"They might not be laughing with you... are you not worried about that?"
Crosby confirmed that she was not worried "what people who don't know me think of me.... As long as my friends and family still love us".
Crosby added, "My mum doesn't like when I wet myself in the house, though!"
Kelly continued: "Have you not thought about getting help? Dr. Hilary is in the building, I'll get him to come over after".
After the interview Crosby tweeted a doodle of her wetting the bed with the caption "Well that didn't go well! I don't think Lorraine will be buying my book in a hurry!"
One Twitter user replied; "Whatever you think of Charlotte that interview was awful. Lorraine Kelly came across as very sanctimonious".
Crosby was on the show to promote her new book 'ME, ME, ME'. Crosby boasts the fastest-selling fitness DVD of all time after dropping from a size sixteen to a size eight.
"I'm going to carry on doing everything on camera, which you don't really seem to like Lorraine, but loads of people do".
"There's nothing I wouldn't do on camera. I'd give birth on camera".
Writing on her Twitter account, Lorraine said the interview was "firm but fair" and added that Charlotte was "happy to answer everything".