BBC weather star Carol Kirkwood addresses journey to work ‘Thank goodness I ...

CAROL KIRKWOOD has shared a surprising behind-the-scenes revelation about her journey to work on BBC Breakfast this morning, as the weather presenter admitted she felt relieved she was "alone" at the time.

PUBLISHED: 08:21, Wed, Oct 7, 2020 | UPDATED: 08:21, Wed, Oct 7, 2020

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Carol Kirkwood, 58, has given fans an insight into her morning routine ahead of her appearance on BBC Breakfast. The weather presenter revealed she kept herself entertained during her journey to work with some music.


However, Carol admitted she was glad she was “alone” in her car as she sang along to Sugar Baby Love by The Rubettes.

The meteorologist surprised her 194,000 Twitter followers with her admission, as she recalled tackling the “very high” notes in the song.

She wrote: “This morning's earworm (heard when driving to work earlier)... Sugar Baby Love by the Rubettes! 

“Thank goodness I was alone... especially for the VERY HIGH first bit. 

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Carol KirkwoodCarol Kirkwood in surprising behind-the-scenes admission (Image: WENN•BBC)

Carol KirkwoodCarol Kirkwood tweeted about her singing session before BBC Breakfast (Image: TWITTER)

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“Opens your lungs!!! xxx,” the television personality concluded.

Carol’s fans quickly took to the comments section of her post to share their thoughts on her behind-the-scenes comment.

One person wrote: “Sing like no one is listening. Enjoy Carol.”

Another suggested: “Should do it on air and we could all join in the dawn chorus!”

Carol KirkwoodCarol Kirkwood sang along to Sugar Baby Love by The Rubettes (Image: GETTY)

Carol KirkwoodCarol Kirkwood presents the weather on BBC

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