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This Morning: India Willoughby hits back as viewers mock her over spelling blunder

India was on the programme to discuss the latest news

This Morning viewers were left in hysterics after spotting a spelling mistake in India Willoughby’s home.

The star appeared on Thursday’s show (August 13) to discuss the latest news topics today.

However, India’s home decor became a talking point on Twitter after viewers spotted something was spelled incorrectly.

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This Morning viewers have mocked India Willoughby after spotting a spelling mistake in her home (Credit: ITV)

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Behind India was a light up message board.

On the box, India had used letters to write: “Spell Twiter.”

However, she explained on Twitter that she had lost the other T.

She wrote: “I’ve lost the other T. Only got two of each in a box.”

If you’re going to have a ‘Chill Twitter’ sign behind you, at least spell it correctly.

However, viewers mocked her for forgetting the third letter ‘t’ in the word Twitter.

What did This Morning viewers say?

One person wrote on Twitter: “Talking about A levels and they have a woman on who can’t even spell twitter……run out of ‘T’s’?

Another said: “What’s the message ‘chill Twiter’? There’s 2 t’s in Twitter?”

A third added: “If you’re going to have a ‘Chill Twitter’ sign behind you, at least spell it correctly.”

One tweeted: “What does India Willoughby’s ‘Chill Twiter’ sign mean? What is Twiter?”

Meanwhile, during the segment, India discussed A-Level results day with hosts Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford.

Students up and down the country found out their results today despite not sitting any exams this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.

However, exam regulators revealed that 40 per cent of grades were marked down today.

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India’s sign behind her was spelled incorrectly (Credit: ITV)

India said: “I don’t understand the logic behind the mean attitude towards the students taking their exams at the moment.

“Give them a break! This has been such an exceptional year and they haven’t had the chance to see a real teacher for the best part of half a year.”

She added: “But really in real life, I think all of this is going to even out in the end.”

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India discussed A-Level results day with hosts Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford (Credit: ITV)

When asked whether she did A-Levels or worried about grades herself, India said: “Well, I left school at 16.

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“I got five O-Levels and was originally going to do A-Levels but I got offered a job for 25 pounds a week in Topman.”

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