Ranvir Singh is branded 'rude' after she tells footballer

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Lorraine’s Ranvir Singh was branded ‘patronising’ and ‘rude’ by viewers after she told England footballer Beth Mead she looks ‘knackered’ during an interview this morning. 

The player, 27, spoke to Ranvir, who was standing in for Lorraine on the ITV morning show on Tuesday, about the Lioness’ win in the UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 championship over the weekend.

However the 44-year-old host started off the chat by telling the Arsenal forward that she looks ‘a bit knackered’.

Viewers were left shocked and were quick to call the interview ‘cringe’ and ‘awkward’ on Twitter.

It comes after GMB’s Richard Madeley was blasted for being ‘sexist’ and ‘infantilising’ Euro 2022 star Chloe Kelly by nicknaming her ‘Coco’ because ‘that’s what he calls his daughter’ during an interview this morning. 

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Beth Mead, 27, spoke to Ranvir Singh, who was standing in for Lorraine on the ITV morning show on Tuesday, about the Lioness’ win in the UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 championship over the weekend

Lorraine host Ranvir was branded ‘patronising’ and ‘rude’ after she told the England footballer she looks ‘knackered’ during an interview this morning

Ranvir said to the footballer: ‘How are you? I mean you look a bit knackered to be fair…’

Beth replied sarcastically saying: ‘Oh thank you!’ To which Ranvir added: ‘Your whole body has just like gone!’

Ranvir went on to ask the player how much sleep she’s actually had since Sunday’s win. 

Beth said: ‘Not a lot! But yeah, enjoyed it so much… every minute since that final.’

The ITV host started off the interview by telling the Arsenal forward that she looks ‘a bit knackered’

Ranvir went on to ask the player how much sleep she’s actually had since Sunday’s win to which the Beth replied ‘not a lot!’

Ranvir continued: ‘Has your brain been able to switch off yet? Has your brain just been buzzzzzzz since that moment?’ 

Beth said: ‘It has, but I don’t even think it’s sunk in yet. A lot of the girls we still can’t believe we’ve gone and won it.’

She went on to credit the Lioness’s manager Sarina Wiegman saying ‘she really kept a calm culture and yeah, we have gone and won it.’ 

However viewers were left less then impressed with the interview and they took to Twitter to complain

Beth went on to credit the Lioness’s manager Sarina Wiegman (pictured) saying ‘she really kept a calm culture and yeah, we have gone and won it’

However viewers were left less then impressed with the interview and they took to Twitter to complain. 

One person posted: ‘Can’t be the only one that finds Ravir’s interview technique cringe and awkward?’

Another wrote: ‘#Lorraine no woman wants to be told they look knackered Ranvir and #bethmead actually looks really fresh considering she’s had little sleep.’

While another angry viewer Tweeted: ‘What a thing to say to #bethmead – she doesn’t look shattered, she looks lovely! What poor interviewing.’

The incident comes after GMB ‘s Richard Madeley was blasted for being ‘sexist’ and ‘infantilising’ Euro 2022 star Chloe Kelly (pictured) by nicknaming her ‘Coco’ because ‘that’s what he calls his daughter’ during an interview this morning 

The incident comes after GMB’s Richard Madeley was blasted for being ‘sexist’ and ‘infantilising’ Euro 2022 star Chloe Kelly by nicknaming her ‘Coco’ because ‘that’s what he calls his daughter’ during an interview this morning. 

The player, 24, spoke to Richard and Kate Garraway on Tuesday’s Good Morning Britain about her historic strike during the final which was followed by one of the most iconic Wembley celebrations. 

The English professional footballer revealed she took her shirt off during her goal celebration because a ‘male footballer would be doing exactly the same’ saying it is the ‘best yellow card she has ever received.’ 

However at the end of the interview, she appeared stunned when Richard told her: ‘Chloe – or ‘Coco’ as I call my daughter Chloe – Coco, thank you very much indeed for coming in.’

Many of those watching the programme were left stunned by the interaction, branding it ‘patronising and inappropriate’ 

Many of those watching were left baffled by the moment, with one writing: ‘Wonder if he’d infantilize one of the Lions in this manner.’

Another commented: ‘Chloe Kelly’s face after Richard Madeley says ‘Chloe – or ‘Coco’ as I call my daughter Chloe – Coco, thank you very much indeed for coming in.’

‘I have to say, I cannot imagine a young male player who’d just scored the winning goal for England in a final going on TV and being told ‘Colin – or ‘Col-Col’ as I call my son Colin – Col-Col, thank you very much indeed for coming in.’

A third called it ‘patronising’, while another appeared to cringe, writing: ‘Oh lordy!’

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