The former BBC Breakfast favourite, 37, revealed she has packed on the pounds and blamed it on biscuits and crisps.
What did Steph say?
Taking to Twitter on Wednesday (May 27), Steph wrote: "After gaining at least a stone in weight during lockdown (after not correctly shielding myself from the biscuit tin and crisp drawer) I have decided today is the day to do something about it."
Steph revealed she is taking things one step at a time. She plans to mark the start of her weight-loss journey by simply washing her gym clothes.
"I'm going to wash my gym gear," she added, simply.
It kicked off at the end of March and featured a mix of news and advice on the coronavirus pandemic, as well as entertainment, lifestyle segments and chats with special guests.
Channel 4 viewers called it the perfect "distraction" and the "best antidote" to the COVID-19 crisis.
I have decided today is the day to do something about it.
One said at the time on Twitter: "Total hats off to @thestephshowc4, that was uplifting, funny and down to earth. The best antidote! #TheStephShow."
The Steph Show a hit
Another wrote: "So glad #TheStephShow is trending. This is the programming that will save us."
A third tweeted: "Breath of fresh air and much needed to distract from the current run of doom and gloom being broadcast everywhere else. #TheStephShow #StayAtHome #positivity."
Steph responded to the outpouring of positivity on Twitter after the opening episode ended to thank fans for all their supportive messages.
She tweeted: "Well, that was fun/scary. Cheers for all the messages.
"Don't forget... if there is someone we should get on the show to chat to, or who deserves a shoutout for being fab, email us firstname.lastname@example.org."
The first series of The Steph Show aired until May 8.
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