The Scottish host was busy interviewing Tess Daly – who revealed there were some celebs already signed up to the next series of Strictly Come Dancing – when the end credit music cut in and they were pushed into wrapping up their interview.
As Tess was discussing her thoughts on taking part in the show herself one day, the music suddenly interrupted.
Surprised, Lorraine quickly rushed to close the show without even saying goodbye to Tess.
She blurted: “Oh gosh! We’ve got to say goodbye!
Lorraine Kelly quickly wrapped up the show as the music played while Tess Daly was still chatting about Strictly [ITV]
Lorraine Kelly laughed off the error and said she would keep talking to Tess Daly off-screen [ITV]
“We’ll keep talking and see you tomorrow, cheers!”
Tess added in the background: “And baking!” referring to her new campaign to get people baking for charity.
Earlier in the programme, Tess, who is married to fellow presenter Vernon Kay, opened up about new judge Shirley Ballas and confessed she already knew some of the celebs who were taking part.
She said: “I think Bruno knows her as she works on Dancing with the Stars.
Strictly Come Dancing: Tess Daly earlier revealed she knows some celebrities lining up to take part in the show this year [ITV]
“Shirley has worked over there. She’s well known to the American audience. I can’t wait to see another lady.
“Her credentials are unshakeable.”
So far, no celebrities are confirmed for Strictly Come Dancing 2017.
However, a number have been rumoured.
Olly Murs is rumoured to be taking part in Strictly Come Dancing 2017 [Tristar Media/WireImage]
Among those said to be in discussions are former Gogglebox star Scarlett Moffatt, footballer Jermaine Defoe and former X Factor star Olly Murs.
Sir Patrick Stewart even revealed he would have been up for taking part, but may now be too old for it as he wanted to do it when it first started.
Other names include Samantha Womack, Ryan Thomas and Joel Dommett.
Strictly Come Dancing kicks off in September.
Shirley Ballas has been confirmed as the new Strictly Come Dancing judge, and Tess said she couldn’t wait to see what she was like [BBC]
Lorraine airs on ITV, weekdays at 8.30am.