Stacey Solomon sings live as her mum Fiona reveals: 'Stacey always got into trouble at school for bunking off!'
STACEY SOLOMON'S MUM FIONA JOINS US AND REVEALS ALL ABOUT HER REBELLIOUS TEENAGE YEARS
We love celebrating our mums. And Stacey invited her mum Fiona to join the panel and dish the dirt on her teenage years.
She might look like butter wouldn't melt these days but it turns out Stacey went through a very rebellious time as a teenage - and was packed off to her nan's to get her to behave!
Fiona revealed that Stacey was a troublesome teenager, saying, 'I got to a stage where I thought, "What have I done, I must have been a terrible mother. " It wasn't just Stacey, I have another daughter [Gemma]. Both of my girls when they went through teenage years, it really was... tearaways.'
While Stacey looked sheepish, Fiona went on to explain exactly what she got up to!
'Stacey was the one who always got into trouble and always got caught. She bunked off school, went to the park, went out with her friends and got detention. In the end, we took her out of school and she went to stay with her nan. She looked after her for a while, she knew exactly what to do to put her in line,' Fiona explained.
And Stacey quickly added, 'I stayed in school. I was really lucky, if you told me something once I remembered it so I could mess around and have a laugh and be the class clown.'
'Because I was unfortunate looking. I was, I was like the ugly duckling,' Stacey said. 'I knew at school I had to be either naughty or silly to make friends otherwise they would think, "I don't want to be friends with that weirdo". I had to be really naughty and silly, that was my barrier.'
But Fiona was full of praise for the woman mum-of-two Stacey has become.
'She's still a young woman and when you look how young she is and the things she's dealt with in life, that's what makes me really proud. Because I think she's had a lot of emotional issues in her life that, quite frankly, not many people would experience those things. And how she's handled those things, it's brilliant. She's a wonderful mum.'
'I was taught by the best,' Stacey said to her mum.
And Stacey went on to sing What A Wonderful World for her mum too. Awwww!
Watch the video to see the full interview and live performance...