Carol Vorderman and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall Lead Celebrations in London After Labour Party’s Historic Landslide Victory

Carol Vorderman and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall Lead Celebrations in London After Labour Party’s Historic Landslide Victory

Carol Vorderman and celebrity chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall took to social media to lead the celebrations for Labour’s monumental victory.

On Friday, they shared their joy in a video that quickly went viral, drawing in congratulations from celebrities and supporters alike.

Posting on X (formerly Twitter), the former Countdown star shared a video titled, “POV: The Labour Party have just won a landslide in the election.”

Bursting out of a dressing room, Vorderman mouthed along to a voiceover, “Oh my God, ok it’s happening.

Everyone stay calm.” This playful scene was followed by Fearnley-Whittingstall’s comical addition, “Everyone stay calm. Stay [bleep] calm!”

Both Vorderman and Fearnley-Whittingstall were part of Channel 4’s election coverage, sharing their reactions throughout the night.

Known for her outspoken views against the Conservative Party, Vorderman didn’t hold back.

Following the shocking exit poll results, she exclaimed, “I think we should get the party started,” as the news broke that Labour had won 410 of the 650 seats, achieving a substantial majority.

A Call for Change

Vorderman accused the Tories of 14 years of “corruption, lies, and gaslighting.”

Speaking passionately on Channel 4, she declared, “Everybody out there is thinking: no more of the lies, the deceit, the corruption.”

Her sentiments were echoed by many, celebrating what was being described as the Conservative Party’s worst-ever electoral defeat.

Reactions and Reflections

Following the results, Vorderman continued her tirade, highlighting the loss of key Tory figures.

Posting on X, she noted, “Johnny Mercer gone.

Jacob Rees-Mogg gone. Gillian Keegan gone. Tories we don’t have to endure anymore.

Here’s to a new chapter.

You are all AMAZING.” Vorderman’s feud with former MP Johnny Mercer and his wife Felicity has been particularly public in recent months, making the defeat even more personal for her.

Celebrity Support

Gary Neville, another prominent left-wing voice, also chimed in on social media with a simple tweet, “Morning,” accompanied by a rose emoji and a picture of Jacob Rees-Mogg, who had lost his seat.

Supporters joined in, expressing their excitement and support for Vorderman’s and Fearnley-Whittingstall’s celebratory antics.

Labour’s Triumph

Labour supporters woke up to a new political landscape, rejoicing in the party’s victory of over 400 seats, securing a majority of more than 170.

The election result marked a significant shift in the UK’s political scene, with many looking forward to a new direction under Labour’s leadership.

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