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Loose Women stars in hysterics as fake fanfare sound goes off while announcing big NTA news

The Loose Women panel were left in hysterics on Tuesday’s episode as fake fanfare sound effects went off while they tried to announce they’ve been nominated for National Television Award. 

The ITV show have been shortlisted for the Daytime Programme category and will go head-to-head with This Morning, The Repair Shop and The Chase.  

Nominations for this year’s ceremony, set to take place next month, were announced on Tuesday, and the panel announced their excitement at being nominated.

‘We can’t afford a trumpet!’ The Loose Women panel were left in hysterics on Tuesday’s episode as fake fanfare sound effects went off while they tried to announce they’ve been nominated for National Television Award

This Morning has long dominated the category, winning for the past 10 years in a row. 

During a segment where the group discussed marrying a robot, lead presenter Kaye Adams was interrupted by a trumpet sound effect. 

The camera cut to Jane Moore who was doing what she thought was a trumpet action while fellow hosts Stacey Solomon and Janet Street Porter looked confused.

Congratulations: The ITV show have been shortlisted for the Daytime Programme category and will go head-to-head with This Morning, The Repair Shop and The Chase

Congratulations: The ITV show have been shortlisted for the Daytime Programme category and will go head-to-head with This Morning, The Repair Shop and The Chase

When announcing the news, Kaye, 58, joked: ‘Onto some breaking news now, the show’s so broke we can’t afford a trumpet.’ 

Jane, 59, was outraged and sarcastically replied: ‘What! That was the perfect trumpet.’ 

To which Stacey, 31, replied: ‘I’m not sure it was Jane.’ 

Bringing the conversation back to the matter at hand, Kaye said: ‘No listen guys this is big news.’ 

Sound effects: During a segment where the group discussed marrying a robot, lead presenter Kaye Adams was interrupted by a trumpet sound effect

Sound effects: During a segment where the group discussed marrying a robot, lead presenter Kaye Adams was interrupted by a trumpet sound effect

What a racket! The camera cut to Jane Moore who was doing what she thought was a trumpet action while fellow hosts Stacey Solomon and Janet Street Porter looked confused

What a racket! The camera cut to Jane Moore who was doing what she thought was a trumpet action while fellow hosts Stacey Solomon and Janet Street Porter looked confused

Janet, 74, shouted above them, laughing: ‘Shut up you lot.’ 

Kaye went on: ‘I can confirm, that thanks to you [points down the camera at the audience] we have made it onto the shortlist for a National Television Award.’ 

The panel seem delighted with the news as they whooped and threw their hands in the air. 

Funny: When announcing the news, Kaye joked: 'Onto some breaking news now, the show's so broke we can't afford a trumpet' as Jane sarcastically replied: 'What! That was the perfect trumpet'

Funny: When announcing the news, Kaye joked: ‘Onto some breaking news now, the show’s so broke we can’t afford a trumpet’ as Jane sarcastically replied: ‘What! That was the perfect trumpet’

Stacey, shaking her head sarcastically said: ‘After that trumpet, I’m not surprised.’ 

Realising she’d made the wrong gesture when mimicking the earlier sound, Jane said: ‘Maybe I did a trombone.’   

Kaye looked flabbergasted as she said: ‘That’s the first time we’ve ever made the crew laugh – I think we deserve an award for that.’

Prestigious: Holly Willoughby has once again been nominated for Best TV Presenter at the 2021 NTAs

Amazing: She is joined by fellow This Morning star Alison Hammond

Prestigious: This Morning’s Holly Willoughby and Alison Hammond have both landed nominations for Best TV Presenter at the 2021 National Television Awards

Shut out: Despite his co-host's nominations, Phillip Schofield was snubbed from this year's shortlist, with the winner set to be decided by a public vote

Shut out: Despite his co-host’s nominations, Phillip Schofield was snubbed from this year’s shortlist, with the winner set to be decided by a public vote

She then asked viewers to go and vote for them in the category, before then showing some hilarious videos of various presenters ‘busting moves’ on previous episodes of the show.  

Meanwhile, Phillip Schofield has been noticeably snubbed from this year’s National Television Awards, while his longtime co-host Holly Willoughby landed a nod for Best TV Presenter.  

Also nominated is Bradley Walsh for his work hosting The Chase, as well as Piers Morgan for his stint presenting Good Morning Britain before he quit the show back in March.  

Up for the award: Also nominated is Bradley Walsh for his work hosting The Chase, with the show itself also landing a nod for Best Daytime

Up for the award: Also nominated is Bradley Walsh for his work hosting The Chase, with the show itself also landing a nod for Best Daytime

The shortlist for the NTAs opened on Tuesday, and the public will be able to vote online until Thursday September 9. 

New host Joel Dommett recently said he is ‘honoured’ to have been selected to front the spectacle.

He said in a statement: ‘It’s a huge honour to be hosting the NTAs this year! It still feels like someone has made a wonderful error.’

Up for the award: Piers Morgan has also been nominated for his work hosting Good Morning Britain, before he quit the show back in March

Up for the award: Piers Morgan has also been nominated for his work hosting Good Morning Britain, before he quit the show back in March

NATIONAL TELEVISION AWARDS 2021: THE NOMINEES 

Challenge Show 

Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins

Love Island

The Great British Bake Off

The Great British Sewing Bee

New Drama

Bridgerton

Des

It’s A Sin

Normal People

Talent Show

Britain’s Got Talent

RuPaul’s Drag Race UK

Strictly Come Dancing

The Masked Singer

In the race? The Masked Singer faces stiff competition in the Talent Show category

In the race? The Masked Singer faces stiff competition in the Talent Show category

Authored Documentary

Kate Garraway: Finding Derek

Katie Price: Harvey and Me

Marcus Rashford: Feeding Britain’s Children

Rob Burrow: My Year With MND

Roman Kemp: Our Silent Emergency

Duo: Katie Price: Harvey and Me is up for best Authored Documentary

Duo: Katie Price: Harvey and Me is up for best Authored Documentary

Returning Drama

Call the Midwife

Line of Duty

The Crown

Unforgotten

TV Presenter

Alison Hammond

Ant and Dec

Bradley Walsh

Holly Willoughby

Piers Morgan

Factual

Caroline Flack: Her Life and Death

Gogglebox

Gordon, Gino and Fred: American Road Trip

Paul O’Grady: For the Love of Dogs

Drama Performance

Adrian Dunbar, Ted Hastings, Line of Duty

David Tennant, Dennis Nilsen, Des

Martin Compston, Steve Arnott, Line of Duty

Olly Alexander, Ritchie Tozer, It’s A Sin

Vicky McClure, Kate Fleming, Line of Duty

 

The Bruce Forsyth Entertainment Award

Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

Taskmaster

The Graham Norton Show

Could they win? Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway is up for a prize

Could they win? Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway is up for a prize

Serial Drama

Coronation Street

EastEnders

Emmerdale

Hollyoaks

Serial Drama Performance

Billy Price, Sid Sumner, Hollyoaks

Danny Dyer, Mick Carter, EastEnders

Mollie Gallagher, Nina Lucas, Coronation Street

Sally Carman, Abi Franklin, Coronation Street

Quiz Game Show

Beat the Chasers

Celebrity Catchphrase

In For A Penny

Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel

Newcomer

Emile John, Ethan Anderson, Emmerdale

Jude Riordan, Sam Blakeman, Coronation Street

Olivia D’Lima, Paramedic Fenisha Khatri, Casualty

Rhiannon Clements, Summer Ranger, Hollyoaks

Rose Ayling-Ellis, Frankie Lewis, EastEnders

Good job: EastEnders star Rose Ayling-Ellis could bag the Newcomer gong

Good job: EastEnders star Rose Ayling-Ellis could bag the Newcomer gong

Daytime

Loose Women

The Chase

The Repair Shop

This Morning

Comedy

After Life

Friday Night Dinner

Sex Education

The Vicar of Dibley

 

 


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