This Morning fans laugh as Eamonn Holmes spots inspiring guests cheeky earrings
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This Morning viewers were left giggling after Eamonn Holmes pointed out guest Kris Hallenga's cheeky earrings on Thursday's episode.
Kris, who has been living with cancer for a number of years, appeared on the ITV show to discuss her journey and her new book, Glittering a Turd.
Just as the inspiring interview got started, Eamonn quickly pointed out: "I'm just noticing your earrings."
The camera then zoomed in on her fun accessory, which was shaped like the poo emoji and covered in glitter – a very fitting earring considering the name of her book.
And, as well as loving her attitude in general, viewers couldn't help but giggle at her earrings.
One person tweeted: "Love those earrings."
Another joked: "Her earrings are s*** though."
Someone else was a little less convinced, asking: "Why has she got a picture of poo on her earrings?"
And a fourth wrote: "What a lovely lady. An amazing attitude towards what she is going through. Love the earrings. Hope she's well for a long time."
Meanwhile, countless others applauded Kris for her bright and happy attitude despite her health worries.
She told Eamonn and Ruth Langsford of her cancer: "It's residing in my brain, my liver and my bones, but it has been there for a while. It's not too aggressive or doing too much, so I'm feeling OK."
Kris was diagnosed with stage four breast cancer in 2009 when she was just 23 years old.
Her doctor had told her that a lump she'd found was nothing to worry about and was something to do with hormonal changes because of the birth control pill, and said to have some evening primrose oil to help with the pain.
The lump began to get more painful though and she explained that blood starting coming from her breast – but she said her "frustration" about her missed diagnosis has subsided.
She went on to launch the charity CoppaFeel! to encourage young people to check their boobs and pecs regularly, to familiarise themselves with breast cancer symptoms, and to empower them to get the medical help they need when they ask for it.
And now she's written a book – Glittering a Turd: How surviving the unsurvivable taught me to live.
It tells readers of her story while also encouraging them to live life to the fullest and make the best of any bad situation they might find themselves in.
This Morning airs weekdays at 10am on ITV
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