This Morning fans gobsmacked as £1 million competition winner claims they had just 43p in their account | The Sun

THIS Morning fans were left open mouthed today as a competition winner revealed she had just 43p in her account before landing £1 million.

Rylan Clark and Cat Deeley called lucky Louise to discuss her epic windfall as the cash landed in her account.

And Cat couldn’t resist asking her how much she had in her bank before.

Those watching at home were a little sceptical about the amount though and took to X to discuss it.

One person wrote: “She had 43p in her bank account good job she won lol.”

Another said: “Fake scampetition phone call – as if she only had 43p.”

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While a third added: “Why then was she spending sooo much on tv competition phone ins.”

Speaking about her win Louise said: "I couldn’t believe it for about three days.

"I think I am going to use it to go travelling, help my kids out, make their lives easier, just so much and my dog is getting a new dog bed as well."

She added that she only entered the competition once via text.

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Meanwhile it’s been an exciting week on This Morning as Cat Deeley returned to the show to host for the first time twenty years.

She joked that she and co-presenter Rylan Clark are "two of the naughtiest people" to be let onto ITV.

The 47-year-old will be presenting for three days – alongside Rylan again today before she shares the sofa with Craig Doyle on Wednesday.

In October, former This Morning presenter Willoughby departed as the main host of the daytime programme after 14 years in the role.

Her exit followed the departure of her long-time co-host Phillip Schofield in May, after he admitted to an "unwise but not illegal" relationship with a younger male colleague.

Good Morning Britain’s Ben Shepherd is a front-runner to replace Phil, while Cat is also in advanced talks for Holly’s job, alongside model Abbey Clancy, 37.

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