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Reid 'in trouble' over Renner flirt

Published 21/04/2015

Susanna Reid says she will be in trouble over her flirting
Susanna Reid says she will be in trouble over her flirting

Susanna Reid has a reputation for flirting with a few of her male guests - and she admitted that she was going to "get into trouble" after an encounter with Hollywood star Jeremy Renner.

The Good Morning Britain presenter and co-host Ben Shephard were interviewing the Avengers: Age of Ultron star on the show's sofa before the movie's European premiere tonight.

"Are we going to see you in Soccer Aid? Not this year, next year do you think? Do you think you'll do it again?," Shephard asked the US actor, who took part in the celebrity football match in 2014.

"Heck, I'd always be honoured to do that. I have to get in better shape to do that I think," Renner replied.

After a pause, Reid told their guest: "Um, You're looking in pretty good shape by the way."

And she told her co-presenter: "I thought that was an invitation for you to say that!"

"I thought it was probably better coming from you," Shephard explained.

As Renner giggled, she went on: "You look in great shape.... and now you've landed me in it. I always get into trouble for that kind of thing."

Reid, who moved to ITV from BBC Breakfast, previously raised eyebrows when Luke Evans nuzzled into her neck as he promoted his film Dracula: Untold, and with flirtatious interviews with David Beckham, Arctic Monkeys frontman Alex Turner, Dan Stevens and even Prime Minister David Cameron.

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