‘I am not a believer in the cancel culture.’ Lorraine Kelly advocates the right to express oneself in the face of censorship.
LORRAINE KELLY has slammed “cancel culture,” admitting that she doesn’t believe people should be censored.
Lorraine Kelly, 61, will return to her ITV program this week following a summer hiatus. However, in a new interview, the actress expressed her feelings on “cancel culture.”
The daytime TV anchor slammed the campaign, saying that people should not be silenced.
Lorraine has been spending time with her family away from the camera for the past few months.
However, as she prepares to return to ITV, the actress has been speaking up about her profession.
Her admirers are well aware that when she hosts her mid-morning show, she is known for being forthright with her views.
The journalist is known for interrogating her guests and exposing her own opinions.
In a new interview, Lorraine has spoken out against the cancel culture.
“I’m fairly sassy,” she admitted. I do express my ideas on issues, which I understand can be risky these days, especially on live television.”
According to the Mirror, the broadcaster is hesitant to censure anyone, “even if I completely disagree with their point of view.”
“I don’t believe in cancel culture,” Lorraine continued.
“People will not modify their minds; instead, they will go underground.
“They’ll still have venomous opinions.
“You have to lift the stone and air things,” says the narrator.
Lorraine, on the other hand, has announced her return to her TV show.
Last week, the actress revealed a preview for her upcoming comeback to ITV.
“Back soon on @lorraine,” she wrote. I’ve been missing you!
@thismorning @gmb @loosewomen “Daytime friends.”
Lorraine also took to social media to criticize a husband and wife pair of elephant hunters.
She was responding to a New Yorker article about the couple boasting about murdering an elephant.
Lorriane didn’t hold back when it came to sharing her thoughts on the video.
She wrote, “Total utter t***s,” in response to her 653,000 followers.