Right-left confusion forces Kelly Brook re-shoot

Right-left confusion forces Kelly Brook re-shoot

Kelly Brook was forced to re-record sections on 'Celebrity Juice' after getting confused between her left and right.

The model-and-actress is a new captain on the ITV2 comedy panel show - replacing new mum Fearne Cotton - and began her debut by introducing guest Paddy McGuinness on her right, with the 'Take Me Out' host quickly interrupting: "Aren't I on your left?"

As the audience burst into laughter, show presenter Keith Lemon joked: "I don't want to be pedantic, but we just like to have it from left to right. Let's start again."

He also mocked Kelly for losing her job on 'Britain's Got Talent' as she was sacked just days into her stint as a judge in 2009.

Kelly then admitted: "I'm actually not very good on television."

Keith also started counting down the days until she got sacked from 'Celebrity Juice', but added: "Don't worry, you can't get sacked for not knowing your left and right."

While Kelly is one captain, Holly Willoughby - who has been on the show since it started - returned to her role on the opposite panel.

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