ITV’s Lorraine fans complain as model ‘disappears’ into distracting backdrop

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Lorraine viewers were in for a surprise as a bright backdrop seemed to camouflage some of the models on the ITV show's fashion segment.

Host Lorraine Kelly was joined by fashion presenter Mark Heyes to talk all things spring fashion with the show's namesake.

Mark's topic was "spring bling" and he brought on models in outfits that featured all kinds of bedazzlements, from sequins to jewels and glitter.

As Lorraine gushed over the outfits, some viewers at home were distracted by something else.

Many of the items featured bold prints and bright colours which blended perfectly with the set's backdrop, a wall of flowers and leaves with a neon sign.

Some shared their thoughts on Twitter and complained that the models had "disappeared".

One said: "The picture behind the models is making me dizzy, with all the prints."

Lorraine wore a very similar dress and another fan joked: "Please stand Lorraine in front of that backdrop, she would disappear!"

One viewer scathingly gave their input and said that the clothes were reduced because they were "overpriced".

Prior to the catwalk show, Mark was introduced to the programme by a puzzled Lorraine as she showed viewers some very unusual shoes.

A picture of the new Balenciaga high tops flashed on the screen as she questioned the kicks.

Lorraine branded them as "ridiculous" and gobsmacked viewers couldn't believe their price.

Starting at over £1,000, Balenciaga's new shoes feature an extremely distressed design with the logo seemingly written in marker pen along the sole.

As Lorraine and Mark discussed the strange design, Mark produced his own version and showcased them to the audience.

Lorraine laughed as he explained that he had tried to DIY his own pair of the designer shoes using "tea stain" and pen.

An angry fan shared their annoyance on Twitter and called them "hideous" and "wrecked".

They also questioned "why anyone would pay over £1,000" for them because people can "just do that to the shoes they already own".

The viewer then signed off by saying that the shoes would make the wearer "look like they've been savaged by a pack of wolves".

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