YouTube Sensation Zoe ‘Zoella’ Sugg Sends Twitter Into Meltdown After This Morning Appearance

Beauty guru Zoe ‘Zoella’ Sugg may have gone on This Morning to talk about her panic attacks and anxiety issues, but the vlogger ended up sending Twitter into meltdown when ITV spelt her name wrong, with fans sharing their annoyance online. Awkward!

Zoe’s appearance went well and her fans were super happy to see her on TV. However, they were left flabbergasted when people behind the scenes couldn’t spell her name right.

Come on, it’s not like Sugg is hard to spell, This Morning!

One beady eyed Twitter user posted: “and here we have the lovely zoe ‘suggs’ itv what were you playing at” alongside the above photograph. Uh-oh!

However, despite this, Twitter was still overrun with posts in support of ‘Zoella’ and were happy to show just how proud they were.

“Yay well done @ZozeeBo, you did amazing on @itvthismorning today!! #ZoellaOnTM” shared one fan.

This included plenty of mentions of crying… not quite sure that’s what Zoe had in mind but let’s hope they were happy tears!

“IM SO PROUD IM CRYING #zoellaontm” wrote one Twitter user and her legions of fans quickly managed to get this hashtag trending within no time.

Zoe outside the ITV studios this morning (Splash News)

However, Zoe seemed oblivious to the mistake, and took to Twitter after her appearance to post a photograph alongside hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby.

She wrote: “I can’t even express to you how lovely @hollywills & @Schofe were today on @itvthismorning! Faves x”

Speaking of her anxiety issues on the show, Sugg said of her vlog that ended up getting over a million views: “It was the second video that I’d filmed and I think I had to edit out 40 minutes worth of me just rambling on and on just to get the points out.”

She added: “I get a lot of young people asking me advice questions and obviously I’m not the best person to give advice, but because it’s something that I suffered with, anyone that asked me about anxiety, I was able to give them a bit of advice and comfort and reassure them that they weren’t the only person.”