George Clooney makes Lorraine Kelly blush during a cheeky interview on her show

‘I’ve gone bright red!’ George Clooney makes Lorraine Kelly blush during a cheeky interview on her show as he and Julia Roberts promote their new film Ticket to Paradise

Hollywood hunk George Clooney made Lorraine Kelly blush and erupt into a fit of giggles during a live interview on her show this week. 

Lorraine, 62, confessed she went ‘bright red’ after asking the star, 61, about a kissing scene in his new film, Ticket to Paradise. 

In a clip, where Lorraine interviews both Julia Roberts, 54, and George, Lorraine asked the pair: ‘You have a wee kissing scene, but you couldn’t do it for ages as you were laughing too much?’

'I've gone bright red!' George Clooney made Lorraine Kelly blush during a cheeky interview on her show this week as he and Julia Roberts promoted their new film Ticket to Paradise

‘I’ve gone bright red!’ George Clooney made Lorraine Kelly blush during a cheeky interview on her show this week as he and Julia Roberts promoted their new film Ticket to Paradise

‘It is daft, kissing your best pal, it’s like, ”what, this is weird,” she said. 

‘It is,’ Julia agreed. 

George couldn’t help but playfully tease Lorraine about the term ‘wee kissing scene’. 

In a clip, where Lorraine interviews both Julia, 54, and George, Lorraine asked the pair: 'You have a wee kissing scene, but you couldn't do it for ages as you were laughing too much?'

In a clip, where Lorraine interviews both Julia, 54, and George, Lorraine asked the pair: ‘You have a wee kissing scene, but you couldn’t do it for ages as you were laughing too much?’

‘That’s a strange phrase though, ”wee kissing scene.” I mean, what time is this show on?’ he joked. 

‘I’m red. I have actually gone bright red, I’m being very calm and very cool,’ Lorraine joked.

Julia then consoled Lorraine and quipped: ‘It’s hard to be like that [calm and cool] in front of George Clooney isn’t it?’

The pair appeared on Lorraine to promote their new film, Ticket to Paradise. 

Teasing her: 'That's a strange phrase though, ''wee kissing scene.'' I mean, what time is this show on?' George joked

Teasing her: ‘That’s a strange phrase though, ”wee kissing scene.” I mean, what time is this show on?’ George joked

New film: The pair appeared on Lorraine to promote their new film, Ticket to Paradise

New film: The pair appeared on Lorraine to promote their new film, Ticket to Paradise

Helmed by Ol Parker, the director of Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again and the Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, Ticket to Paradise is a rom-com about two badly behaved people rediscovering love.

George and Julia play exes on a mission to stop their daughter from making the same mistake they did 25 years ago by marrying young.

Their daughter Lily (played by Kaitlyn Dever) meets the love of her life on a post-graduation jaunt to Bali, which is where her parents must travel to in order to change her mind.

Plot line: George and Julia play exes on a mission to stop their daughter from making the same mistake they did 25 years ago by marrying young

Plot line: George and Julia play exes on a mission to stop their daughter from making the same mistake they did 25 years ago by marrying young

As the pair scheme together to ruin their daughter’s upcoming nuptials, they might just reignite the spark they once had.

It’s the fourth time that George and Julia have worked together, after Ocean’s Eleven (2001), Ocean’s Twelve (2004), and Money Monster (2016).

The pair spent months filming the show in Australia’s Far North Queensland.

Julia spent her quarantine period at a $56.9million mansion in Sydney’s Vaucluse.

The property was the former rental home of Lachlan and Sarah Murdoch, the son and daughter-in-law of Australian-born media mogul Rupert Murdoch.

The home was patrolled by around-the-clock armed guards, while multiple chefs, waiters and housekeepers stayed with Julia as part of her travel bubble.

Longtime co-stars: It's the fourth time that George and Julia have worked together, after Ocean's Eleven (2001), Ocean's Twelve (2004), and Money Monster (2016)

Longtime co-stars: It’s the fourth time that George and Julia have worked together, after Ocean’s Eleven (2001), Ocean’s Twelve (2004), and Money Monster (2016)

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