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Entertainment This Morning viewers baffled as woman uses asparagus to predict Euro 2022 final result

08:20  30 july  2022
08:20  30 july  2022 Source:   hulldailymail.co.uk

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This Morning viewers were left in disbelief after tuning in to watch Friday's instalment of the ITV daytime show and seeing a woman use asparagus to predict the results of the Women's Euro 2022 final. Summer stand-in presenters The Saturday's singer Mollie King and TV and radio presenter Craig Doyle introduced guest Jemima at the start of the show.

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The self-proclaimed 'Asparamancer' uses asparagus to predict the future and the This Morning hosts were keen to know what the future had in store for the Lionesses, who are due to play in the women's Euro final at Wembley Stadium on Sunday, July 31 against Germany, The Mirror reports.

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Presenter Mollie offered to do a drum roll before Jemima threw a bunch of the green vegetables down onto a large silver tray. As they crashed onto the tray, both Craig and Mollie gasped eager to hear what Jemima had to say.

"Now, the first thing I see is a huge big 'L' there," Jemima said pointing at the asparagus: "That is supplanting an 'A,' there, which tells me that the Lionesses will triumph."

The studio erupted in applause and Mollie said: "That's what we wanted." and Craig added: "Now you say it it's so obvious." but there was more details to come. Jemima continued saying she was going to put her "neck on the block" and predicted that the score will be a "very close 3:2 to the Lionesses" and when asked by Craig whether she could see any penalties, she said no.

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But some This Morning viewers weren't convinced with the segment and branded it "rubbish" and "baloney". Mikey said: "Is it April 1st? What a load of baloney . She said she predicted a Grammy for Adele. So did my 5 yr old daughter, and ten million other people."

Mrs King tweeted: "Asparagus psychic on #ThisMorning whatever rubbish will they think up next." Fred Leicester added: "Asparagus fortune telling and now manifesting from the universe. Yep, it’s Friday on This Morning." Laura P tweeted: "Well that’s put my mind at rest the all mighty asparagus has spoken."

Wendy Bradley posted: "There’s an “asparamancer” on #ThisMorning just now, predicting the Euro result by chucking asparagus onto a tray and interpreting the way it lands, and I’m not even drunk yet". Other viewers threatened to turn their TV off with, Keith tweeted: "My asparagus has predicted I will turn this utter shite off very soon."

Vicky Swain added: "Reasons to love daytime TV: #ThisMorning predicting the Euros result with Asparagus."

A host of famous faces are currently presenting the ITV daytime programme throughout the summer months whilst Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield take a summer break and return in September. This Morning airs weekdays on ITV and ITV Hub from 10am.

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Chloe Kelly reflects on scoring the dramatic winning goal .
Good Morning Britain viewers slammed Richard Madeley after he called Lioness Chloe Kelly, 24, 'Coco' during an interview 'because it's what he calls his daughter.'The player, 24, spoke to Richard and Kate Garraway on Tuesday's Good Morning Britain about her historic strike during the final which was followed by one of the most iconic Wembley celebrations.

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