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Ed Balls snapped at Kate Garraway on Good Morning Britain when he claimed she wasn’t listening to his opinion about veggie burgers.
The hosts were dicussing vegetarian substitutes when Ed claimed his co-star “didn’t care” about what he had to say.
He began: “I think if you’re vegetarian you’ve got to be proud. I like vegetarian food.
“I was at a wedding two weeks when they had a brilliant aubergine main course.”
Kate cut in to say: “I’m not a fan of aubergine, a brilliant aubergine main course does not exist.”
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However, she realised Ed hadn’t finished and apologised: “Sorry I am listening, do carry on.
“I just don’t think a burger can be a burger without meat, a bacon sandwich has got to have bacon in it.
“I think you’ve got to be proud to be vegetarian, ditch the veggie burgers.”
Ranvir Singh then interrupted to ask if Ed could call thme “vegetable patty” but before he could answer, Kate said: “He’s not happy with it.”
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When he could finally speak, Ed snapped: “You so don’t care! You don’t care about what I’m saying.”
“I do care,” Kate hit back. “I care about everything you say. I quite like veggie burgers and I do eat meat.”
Good Morning Britain wasn’t on air for long on Monday as it was taken off air at 7.30am to make room for coverage of the Women’s World Cup.
Japan were taking on Spain for their final match of the Group Stages at Wellington Regional Stadium in New Zealand.
Japan stand in good stead to win the contest after winning in 2011 and placing as runners-up in 2015.
However, Spain rank six places above them in the FIFA World Rankings so it remains to be seen if Japan can defeat the European side.
Due to the coverage, Lorraine’s chat show was also taken off to free up ITV’s schedule while This Morning would start at the later time of 10.15am.
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays on ITV from 6am.
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