Trisha Goddard would invite Meghan Markle, Nelson Mandela, Barbra Streisand, Oprah Winfrey and Joe Lycett to dinner – The Sun

TRISHA Goddard is known for her talk show and now for being a contestant on Dancing on Ice.

Here she reveals what scares her, her favourite word and worst habit.

What scares you?


What is your favourite word?


What’s your worst habit?

Beating myself up.

Who or what is the love of your life?

My kids and #Boo [Trisha’s boyfriend].

Who would you invite to a dinner party?

Meghan Markle, to commiserate with her, Nelson Mandela, Barbra Streisand, Oprah Winfrey and Joe Lycett.

How often do you have sex?

While I’m in England, not at all [her boyfriend lives in the US]! Otherwise, many times a week.

What is your experience of grief?

Losing my sanity when I went into a psych hospital at 37. Also losing my mum in 2004, and my kid sister to suicide in 1988.

What makes you angry?

Bullying. And hatred towards the LGBTQ community, or on the grounds of race.

Who makes you laugh the most?


Leave or remain?

I couldn’t give a flying s**t any more.

All-time favourite movie?

Sir Carol Reed’s The Fallen Idol.

Favourite TV show as a child?

The Monkees and The Banana Splits.

Which public figure do you most admire?

Anybody at a community level who gives to a cause they don’t have to.

What possession would you rescue from a burning building?

My passport. I love travelling.

Who was your first kiss?

A balloon! I was made to snog it and then it popped in my face. Next it was Bob Taylor from school.

What is your biggest regret?

Giving too much of myself to everything, and not enough for me.

What’s the worst pain you’ve experienced?

My second lumpectomy operation during my treatment for breast cancer in 2008.

If you could travel back in time where would you go?

As a person of colour, it’s become safer, so I’m not sure I’d want to. I’d like to sit down with Rosa Parks.

How do you relax?

I don’t relax. I listen to music and run outside.

What song would you have played at your funeral?

Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life by Monty Python.

What’s been your greatest achievement?

Going on TV two hours after I had my daughter Billie, now 30, with a full face of make-up.

Who would you like to apologise to?

Everyone! I’m British.

What do you think happens when we die?

Sadly, nothing.

Clean or messy?

Either, but always in extremes.

What’s in your handbag at all times?

I always have eye drops in my bag because my eyes are crap after chemotherapy.

Best and worst qualities?

Never giving up, but sometimes I need to learn when to pull the plug.
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