You could not make it up! Jodie Marsh angry over 'mean' This Morning questions
Jodie Marsh has criticised This Morning's Holly Willoughby for not telling her about a make-up faux pas during an appearance on the ITV show.
The glamour model said Willoughby only mentioned her beauty blooper at the conclusion of the interview on June 30.
The champion bodybuilder was invited on This Morning to talk about her decision to have a baby via a sperm donor and had plum-coloured lipstick on her teeth throughout the interview.
Marsh tweeted on Friday: "She told me after we came off air! And after a terrible interview."
She also then uploaded a YouTube video entitled Was The Girl Code Broken Yesterday? in which she complained about the lipstick episode and the questions she was asked.
In the 10-minute video, she said: "I just wanted to turn today into a positive ... rather than dwell on the fact that I had lipstick on my teeth and that maybe someone should have told me.
"I definitely would have told someone I was interviewing, but that's just me."
The 37-year-old criticised co-presenter Phillip Schofield over the content of the questions he asked her, saying she felt he had "dwelled on her past".
"I know they can't give you more than the allotted eight minutes or whatever, but I just felt like a lot of my airtime focused on my past and the person I used to be - and I'm talking 15 years ago - and not on the person I am today," she said.
"To go on This Morning and all they talked about was my exes and how I used to have a sex addiction ... I just wasn't happy with how it went."
The discussion also touched on her eight-month marriage to James Placido.
When asked on air about it, Marsh told Schofield: "I'm not going to talk about the disaster that was my marriage other than (to say) I am very embarrassed."
She also hit out at Schofield on Twitter after the interview.
"I wanted to cry when it finished. I felt like Phil particularly was so mean and irrelevant."
She continued: "He was talking about stuff from 15 years ago and not the woman I am today @Schofe ...... ???? Bad interviewer."
Near the end of her video she said she would like to be regarded as a role model for young women.
Neither Willoughby nor Schofield have commented following the interview.