Today Myleene Klass lived out one of her biggest dreams as she filmed a Countdown special!
The TV host has always dreamed of staring on the show and she was even tipped to replace Carol Vorderman when she left but lost the job to Rachel Riley.
Klass tweeted some photo of her on the set of the show posing along side Rachel and the Nick Hewer from The Apprentice.
She tweeted this mornign:
”You will NEVVVVER believe where I am today. *high fives student self *
Then when is was time for a break from filming she tweeted a photo of her with Nick with the caption:
”I love him soooo much. #countdown”
Have a look at the photo she tweeted below.
Carol Vorderman has today returned to work after she fell down some steps breaking her nose and cutting open her face.
The former Countdown presenter was spotted out this morning walking to work in trainers.
Miss Vorderman seemed really happy to be back at work and having a good chin wag with the other Loose Women.
Carol broke her nose on the 25th March when she was coming out of a promotion meeting and walked down the satires in big high heels with her hands in her pockets and banged her nose on the steps.
Her nose is all better now and look’s completely the same as it was before the accident.
It was only three weeks ago when Loose Woman Carol Vorderman fell down some stairs after a meeting and broke her nose forcing her to have an operation to fix the bone but now she is all better.
Posting the photo above Carol said that she was at a photoshoot and feeling a lot better so we can see her back on ITV’s Loose Women this week.
Carol Vorderman is never spotted out in flat shoes and always in massive heels but now she has come a cropper as she fell walking down some stairs in 4in heels.
The Loose Woman was running down the stairs and because her hands where cold she had them in her jacket pocket so they could not break her fall.
Carol went flying and broke her nose and she called into Loose Women yesterday to give the girls an update on how she feels!
This said what she had to say:
‘I’m feeling okay but because I had my hands in my coat pockets, I had nothing to break my fall except my head. I really do look like I’ve done eight rounds with Muhammad Ali.
‘I am just counting my blessings that I didn’t damage my skull or the left eye itself… feel like a complete idiot.’
Vorderman also said that when doctors looked at her nose they saw that she had already broke the right side of her nose but she dint have no clue when she did that as she said it must have been when she was a child.
Carol was rushed to hospital to have a operation her new boyfriend was called Graham Duff, 37, was called to be by her side.
Talking to the Loose Women Carol revealed that she will be back on the she in two weeks.
After she talked about the Queen’s Jubilee for most of Loose Women today Carol Vorderman stepped out of the studio in head to toe in patriotic colours as she honoured the Queen’s Jubilee in her own way, today.
If you like the shoes as much a we do and would like to buy a pair then you can get them from soyoushoes.co.uk.
She tweeted about the shoes saying:
How cool are my Union Jack shoes? “Very”? X
Wow we love them Carol no dout people will be going mad to buy them as also Alexandra Burke also wore them on the show earlier on in the wee;!
Shes been famous for over 30 years now and she looks as good as ever!
In the Countdown stars interview with Piers Morgan she broke down when Richard Whiteley was talked about.
The maths whiz worked with Mr Whiteley on the Channel 4 programme for 23-years since its inception in 1983.
Richard died in 2005 from complications after having heart surgery, aged 61.
‘It still hurts very much. I loved him, I really loved him.
‘He was more than just nice, he was funny, funny, funny. Every time we were in studio together I would cry laughing.
‘He was just a joy to be with and I loved him. Not in that way, just a genuine, pure thing.’
Also in the interview she talked about the moment she found out about Whiteley’s death:
He’d gone in for a heart operation and I spoke to Kathy immediately afterwards and it was the first bit of good news we’d had…that the surgeon thought the operation had gone very well and hadn’t taken as long as they’d thought.
‘And that was the first time in six weeks that I thought there was anything to feel joyous about.
‘Then the next day I didn’t hear anything. I was at somebody’s house and I was shaking with nerves and I was just worried about him.
‘And then I was at home and the kids had gone to bed and then Claire [Pizey, Countdown executive producer] rang to say.’
Carol is currently on the panel on ITV`S Loose Women.