Lorraine Kelly teases shock tattoo on her BUM leaving Radio 5 Live star in stitches | The Sun

LORRAINE Kelly has teased a shock tattoo on her BUM leaving a co-star in stitches.

The sofa queen, 63, was quizzed on Radio 5 Live by Nihal Arthanayake, 51, about a possible tribute to her beloved footie team.

As the popular broadcaster asked Lorraine how she's managed to “resist the urge for years to have a Dundee United tattoo”.

The ITV star jumped in: “Now, how do you know? I very well might be sitting on one right now."

Nihal replied: “Well if you’re sitting on a Dundee United tattoo that's not very celebratory.”

The telly fave said: “If I was going to get a tattoo it would be on my bum because it would be somewhere that you wouldn't see.

“Funnily you should mention them because I'm actually going to see them.

"I haven't seen a game for such a long time and I'm going up on Saturday we're playing Livingston F.C. at home.

“We were at the bottom but we're actually propping up the league. We have been very slowly climbing our way back up again.

“So this is a really important game on Saturday, if we get this then we are well on our way to not being at the bottom.”

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Nihal laughed: “Well that's good so that means you're going to have to somehow get the tattoo on your bottom removed and then moved further up as they go up the league.

"So it'll keep going up your spine basically.”

It comes after Glasgow-born Lorraine hit out at scammers who used her image to promote dodgy weight loss products online.

The TV presenter was chatting with Good Morning Britain's Susanna Reid and Martin Lewis when she let rip at the "infuriating" fraudsters.

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