Lorraine Kelly apologizes to viewers after being accused of “spoiling” the show “So Sorry!” Lorraine Kelly issues an apology to viewers after being accused of “spoiling” the show “So Sorry!”
LORRAINE KELLY was mortified after her Sex and the City reboot discussion “spoiled” it for one unlucky viewer who must have missed her “spoiler alert” warning.
After a discussion about the latest chapter of the hit rom-com Sex and the City, Lorraine Kelly, 60, apologized to one of her devoted viewers.
According to reports, actor Chris Noth, who played the late Mr Big in the show, has been “axed” from the rebooted series’ finale.
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“@reallorraine thanks Lorraine!” exclaimed the viewer on Twitter after the show.
“You’ve ruined SATC for me.”
“Oh Jaime, I’m so sorry!” replied the fan favorite.
“Golden rule: if you don’t want spoilers, don’t go on social media,” another fan added.
Lorraine warned viewers that a spoiler was coming as she discussed the reports with entertainment reporter Ross King on her show.
“We know he dies in an episode… spoiler alert!” “But he was going to return as some sort of ghost at the end?”
Ross agreed, but withheld too much information.
“Producers said it was a small amount of footage and that it wasn’t an important part of the scene,” he said.
It comes after Noth was previously accused of sexual assault by two women in Los Angeles in 2004 and New York in 2015.
The women approached The Hollywood Reporter with their allegations, claiming that the sequel series’ promotions and press coverage brought back painful memories of the incidents.
The actor allegedly forced himself on a third woman in the back of a Manhattan restaurant in 2010.
In the wake of the allegations, Noth’s agent and other series he was involved with have dropped him.
Noth responded by calling the accusations “categorically false.”
“The accusations against me made by individuals I met years, even decades ago are categorically false,” he said in a statement to Page Six.
“These stories could be 30 years old or 30 days old — no always means no — that’s a line I didn’t cross.”
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