Alison Hammond took over our Facebook live for 10 minutes and it was hilarious. 

Hammond, who is best known for presenting This Morning, came to Woodland View Care Home in Droitwich on Saturday, September 24. 

The 47-year-old was visiting the care home to raise money for Macmillan.  

People from across Worcestershire came to meet Hammond and the event kicked off with the presenter cutting a green ribbon at the entrance of the care home. 

Hammond and a Worcester News reporter were set to appear on Facebook Live at 11am but things took a humourous turn when nobody could stop laughing. 

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They do say the show must go on, but ours took a hilarious turn when she asked for the camera and took over our Facebook page for about 10 minutes.

On the Live Hammond revealed she is a huge Worcester News fan and took the viewers watching at home on a tour around the venue. 

The TV star said: "I love the Worcester News, they've been there from the start of my career. I absolute love Worcester News. 

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"Seriously, I love you at Worcester News. I'm a big fan.

"The Worcester News has always been nice, they've followed my career." 

The tv presenter even introduced some key faces attending the event to the people watching at home. 

She turned the camera towards Spiderman, Elsa and the Mayor of Droitwich, George Duffy. 

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She said: "The mayor is 26 years old, this is the youngest mayor, I've ever met in my entire life."

Before moving on to interview the carers at the care home, and calling them 'babes' along the way. 

She even asked Carnival Queen 2022, Melanie Eastwood, what her favourite cake was. 

Then the hilarious tv star handed back the camera to take pictures and sign autographs with people who had just arrived and were waiting to see her. 

All the money raised at the Macmillan coffee morning was donated to charity.