Many of us are struggling to keep our hair in check with living in lockdown, and it seems Steph McGovern is no different. The former BBC news journalist tweeted a hilarious picture of her wacky lockdown hair on Monday ahead of her Channel 4 show, which saw her looking a bit fed up in the picture with her blonde hair wet and a tad misshapen. Steph captioned the picture: "This hair is definitely taking the mick now….. [sic] Back on telly at midday @Channel 4."
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It seems the post went down a treat with Steph's followers as many replied sharing the joke. One person wrote: "Love it! I'd just go with it tbh [sic]" with a wink-face emoji. While another tweeted: "You're going to need the full 2 hours to tame that!" A third person cheekily wrote: "The 'PM' look will never catch on."
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Steph has been filming her new Channel 4 programme, The Steph Show, from her home due to the lockdown restrictions, but it's not just her hair that has proven to be a struggle. The presenter recently revealed a hilarious working-from-home blunder she experienced with her partner. The mum-of-one began: "I got in a bit of trouble because I've been using my partners headset and microphone to record a podcast I'm doing and the next day I was on my phone, I was trying to play some clips and I couldn't understand why these clips weren't playing on my phone, I was like 'Where's the audio?'"
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She continued: "Then all of a sudden I heard my partner apologising on her very serious conference call with her team. The clip I had been playing on my phone had been going out on through her speakers on her headset - and to make matters worse it was a clip from the podcast about how I nearly wet myself on a train!" Oh dear…
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