Scarlett Moffatt hit back at a cruel troll [Getty]
Scarlett told her 561,000 fans: “To anybody worrying about their GCSE results today, remember that Pitbull rhymed ‘Kodak’ with ‘Kodak’ and he is a millionaire.”
While many of Scarlett’s followers loved her sweet well wishes, one Twitter user used the opportunity to target the TV star.
A troll wrote: “And remember Scarlett Moffat made money by watching TV on TV. Anyone can be successful no matter how braindead.”
Scarlett hit back at a troll [Scarlett Moffatt/ Twitter]
However, Gogglebox star Scarlett wasn’t prepared to let the comment lie and hit back with a sassy tweet.
She wrote: “I have 13 A*-C GCSEs, 3 A levels and a 2:1 bachelors degree mate. But if you work hard and be kind, you can achieve anything.”
Speaking to the rest of her followers again she wrote: “Seriously lovelies, if you don’t get the grades you were expecting do not panic. Work hard and be kind and you can achieve all your dreams #GCSE.”
Scarlett Moffatt will be on the prowl on the streets of the UK looking for a date for her hopeful singletons in Streetmate[Channel 4]
She then added: “I don’t normally bite but there’s just no need for him to tweet that.”
The first episode of Scarlett’s dating show Streetmate aired this week, with the star taking on the presenting role from Davina McCall, who hosted the show until 2001 after a three-year-run.
On a recent episode of Sunday Brunch, the 26 year old teased some details about the show – which sees her and a hopeful singleton heading around town trying to bag themselves a date.
Streetmate: Scarlett Moffatt matches up strangers on the street [Channel 4]
Streetmate: Scarlett Moffatt targets hunky blokes in her new dating show [Channel 4]
Once paired up, the participants will go on the date and report back to Scarlett later on.
The presenter joined Simon Rimmer and Tim Lovejoy on Sunday Brunch to talk about her newest venture, debuting on screens this week.
She said: “I just run up to people and go and ask them if they’re free. Surprisingly, because people find them now on apps, people are like ‘oh yeah’. It’s old school dating. Sometimes people jump. We’ve had a few swears as well.
“The dates are really fun. We’ve had people go axe throwing, doing circus skills. It’s really fun.”