This Morning’s Holly Willoughby gobsmacked as cat predicts her future on show
This Morning was back on our screens on Tuesday with Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby on presenting duty.
The dynamic duo chatted to Beth Lee-Crowther on Tuesday's edition of the ITV daytime show.
The guest claims she can telepathically communicate with animals, who she says are all psychic and they often have messages for their owners.
Beth managed to telepathically communicate with Holly's pet cat Bluebell, who she described as a "beautiful but fiesty", via a photograph.
The "pet psychic" told Holly that Bluebell wanted her to know "significant life changes" would happen to her on November 24th and 25th, leaving the ITV star gobsmacked.
"I've written that down!" Holly said to a shocked Phillip.
Beth also told Holly that Bluebell is in love with a cat who regularly comes into their garden.
ITV viewers were divided as some found the segment interesting while others were not convinced.
Taking to Twitter, one fan penned: "I found the topic on psychic animals on This Morning very interesting."
Another added: "Absolutely love the psychic animal lady on This Morning."
A third moaned: "Absolute madness on This Morning television. Impressed that @hollywills and @Schofe keep a straight face."
While a fourth agreed: "Has This Morning reached another new low, what is this rubbish, talking to physic animals."
Beth went on to reveal that she has used her animal psychic powers as a matchmaking tool, as she met with horse owner Caroline McKain, who was looking for love.
The guest asked the horse, called Fred, and Fred asked Beth to tell Caroline that a new person would soon come into her life.
Not only that, but Fred predicted it would be a tall man with dark hair, a scar on his leg and a love for water.
Caroline later met Charley Horton, a tall dark man with a scar on his leg, and he worked as a skipper.
The happy couple appeared on This Morning alongside Beth and gushed over her telepathy skills.
This Morning airs weekdays on ITV at 10am
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