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Christmas has well and truly come early with this video of Lorraine Kelly in drag explaining what a power bottom is

Nick Duffy December 5, 2019
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Lorraine Kelly dragged up for Attitude Magazine as Morning Gloria

Lorraine Kelly dragged up for Attitude Magazine as Morning Gloria.

Have you ever wished to hear Lorraine Kelly explain the terms ‘power bottom’ and ‘size queen’? Well, wish granted.

The queen of daytime TV and Drag Race UK guest took part in a queer lingo quiz for Attitude magazine after discovering her drag alter ego Morning Gloria.

Kelly absolutely nailed the quiz, getting a near-perfect score after sussing out the terms “doppelbanger”, “daddy” and “shade”.

Lorraine Kelly explains power bottoms.

She even got her head around “power bottom, reasoning: “Is that somebody who’s on the bottom, and somehow they’re kind of in control? I’m not sure how you would do that. You must work out, a lot.”

Of bubble butts, she volunteered: “Hugh Jackman’s bum is quite nice. We would bite that, wouldn’t we? I would, obviously.”

Elsewhere in her interview for the January 2020 edition of Attitude, she revisited her feud with Tory minister Esther McVey and hit out at Brexit Party MEP Ann Widdecombe over their respective anti-LGBT views.

TV queen puts anti-LGBT politicians on blast.

She said: “I have never bought into the ‘Ann Widdecombe is a national treasure’ malarkey, you know, when she was on Strictly.

“To me, that’s just somebody who is so bigoted and homophobic, and never gets called out on it enough. That’s shameful and harmful, and kids are getting bullied and it’s almost like they enable that to happen.

“They might not realise that that’s what they’re doing, but they are. And I just think sometimes you have to go, ‘Ahem, excuse me!’”

Lorraine Kelly at the ITV Studios September 10, 2019 in London, England.
Lorraine Kelly at the ITV Studios September 10, 2019 in London, England. (HGL/GC Images)

“We’re all entitled to our points of view when it comes to politics and all of that, but if something’s actually wrong, it doesn’t matter whether you’re really left, right or you’re in the middle, I don’t care what party you’re in.

“And you’ve got people like Esther McVey and Ann Widdecombe with their stance on the whole LGBT community, which is just wrong.”

Related topics: attitude magazine, drag, Lorraine Kelly

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