Carol Vorderman has ‘little meltdown’ on air as she speaks to childhood crush Donny Osmond

Carol Vorderman admits she's been 'out of sorts'

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Carol Vorderman admitted she was “blushing” as she chatted to childhood crush Donny Osmond earlier today. The Countdown legend admitted how she always used to think he was singing Puppy Love to her in an adorable memory.

Donny was a guest on Carol’s radio show, which she presented with Owain Wyn Evans.

They were chatting to the pop star ahead of his debut in pantomime later today.

Owain introduced him while listeners could hear Carol giggling in the background.

However, she didn’t say anything at the start of the chat, admitting she was “blushing”.

Donny said: “Let me ask you a question, is Carol on the line?”

The former Countdown presenter then admitted: “I’m just sitting here, all blushing Donny.

“I’ve gone all giddy and quiet which is very unusual for me!”

The musician then sweetly told Carol: “I just want you to know something Carol, I did sing that song right to you.”

The presenter was elated by his admission as she burst into laughter.

Earlier during the show, Carol opened up to Owain about how she was worried she’d have a “meltdown” while talking to him.

She confided: “You might have to talk quite a bit while Donny’s on.

“Because I might just go into a little meltdown!”

Carol also shared how Donny was her crush to her 476,000 followers on Twitter earlier today.

She penned: “Morning gang.

“A question for YOUR SHOUTOUT on @BBCRadioWales from 1130-2pm TODAY.

“Donny Osmond is on the show, my childhood crush.

“SO, WHO WAS YOUR CHILDHOOD CRUSH?

“A pop star? Film or TV star? Or someone local!

“Did you meet them? And have you still got a soft spot for them?”

Carol’s show is on BBC Radio Wales every Saturday at 11.30am.

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