Presenter who all became well-known for her focus on such ITV applications seeing that Daybreak and Lorraine. An celebrity and a web host, she made an appearance on such Scottish series as River Town and Still Video game. She became a member of BBC Scotland in 1983 being a researcher. She provided the show The surface of the Morning hours in 1993. Her relationship to Steve Smith led to a daughter called Rosie. She provided GMTV’s main breakfast time present with Eamonn Holmes in the first 1990s.
TV Shows Lorraine, This Morning, Daybreak, Raa Raa the Noisy Lion, STV Children's Appeal, Children's Hospital, Missing Children: Lorraine Kelly Investigates, Can't Sing Singers, GMTV, Celebrity Pressure Cooker, TV-am
Star Sign Sagittarius
She received the Outstanding Contribution to Television at the 2014 British Academy Scotland Awards.
A big fan of David Bowie, who she once said would be her dream interviewee.
She was awarded the OBE (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) in the 2012 Queen's New Years Honours List for her services to charity and the Armed Forces.
With her Hollywood-based showbiz cohort, Nelson Aspen, Lorraine presented "OILA" Awards for the most outrageous stories..."Only In L.A." These included "Pec implants for Men," "celebrity slumber parties," "talking toilet paper rolls," "Personal Trainers for Pooch," and "Fairy School.".
In the 1980s future husband Steve Smith was the electrician with the Scottish camera crew used by Kelly for her regional reports. When both Cameraman and Sound man were sacked during the TV-am ACTT dispute in 1988, Smith assumed the role of cameraman.
She has a daughter, Rosie Smith, with her husband Steve Smith.
The Great Story
Pudsey the Dog: The Movie
Faustus The Cat (voice)
Birds of a Feather
One Foot in the Grave
Smile... This Was Candid Camera
TV Movie documentary performer: "Candid Camera UK Theme Song"
Have I Got News for You: The Best of the Guest Presenters
The Very Best of 'Have I Got News for You'
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Outstanding Contribution To Television
BAFTA Awards, Scotland
BAFTA Awards, Scotland
Most Popular Scottish Presenter
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When I first started out, even on TV-am (Good Morning Britain (1983)), we didn't have the internet or mobile phones. When we did a story it would probably be the first time you'd see it on air, because you didn't have 24-hour rolling news.
I think I've got the best job on TV - it covers everything from the latest on the crisis in Syria to Kim Kardashian's (Kim Kardashian West) bottom!
I was beside myself when I interviewed Oprah (Oprah Winfrey). I was really hoping, "Please, please be this amazing, inspirational woman", and she was. I was so happy.
I've never interviewed David Bowie and I don't think I could. I would just be too hyper! And I still get really excited about all the Eighties bands that come on the show. A lot of my team are a good bit younger than me, and they don't understand why I'm going "Oh my God, it's Spandau Ballet!" I'm, like, "You're kids, you know nothing!"
[on her OBE] I consider myself very lucky to be able to help some amazing charities who really make a difference, but I am only a very, very small part of what they achieve.
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