'Whatever she's taking, can I have some?': Lulu, 69, leaves This Morning viewers marvelling over youthful appearance... before they slam her 'egotistical' interview

She's enjoyed a career in spotlight which has spanned six decades. 

Despite her years in the business, Lulu had This Morning viewers marvelling over her youthful visage during Thursday's appearance on the mid-morning stalwart.

The 69-year-old singer, real name Marie McDonald McLaughlin Lawrie,  was on the ITV favourite alongside show hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby to promote her West End stint on 42nd Street as the veteran diva Dorothy Brock.

Youthful: Lulu had This Morning viewers marvelling over her youthful visage during Thursday's appearance on the mid-morning stalwart

Youthful: Lulu had This Morning viewers marvelling over her youthful visage during Thursday's appearance on the mid-morning stalwart

Returning to the West End after 33 years, the Shout songstress, who soared to fame at the age of 15 when she released her first single Shout in 1964, opened up about her age-defying appearance and admitted she can't keep away from sugar.

'I have a lot enthusiasm for what I do,' she shared. 'I'm nearly 70 and I can still move my legs and I have a lot of gratitude.

'I'm very disciplined but I'm a sugar addict and I tried my whole life but I'm a Glaswegian and we like our sweeties.

Then: Lulu soared to fame at the age of 15 when she released her first single Shout in 1964 (pictured a year later in 1965)

Then: Lulu soared to fame at the age of 15 when she released her first single Shout in 1964 (pictured a year later in 1965)

Catching up: Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby caught up with the Eurovision winner

Catching up: Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby caught up with the Eurovision winner

Adding: 'I have a lot of energy, I wear everybody down, but I also wear myself out, and I think the passion drives me. I've had to learn to meditate.' 

The National Treasure looked sensational on the programme in her sequin lip detailed jumper and black denims as viewers flocked to Twitter to express their shock.   

One viewer at home wrote: 'Whatever LuLu is taking - please can I have some!'    

Age-defying: Returning to the West End after 33 years, the Shout songstress, who soared to fame at the age of 15 when she released her first single Shout in 1964, opened up about her age-defying appearance and admitted she can't keep away from sugar
Age-defying: Returning to the West End after 33 years, the Shout songstress, who soared to fame at the age of 15 when she released her first single Shout in 1964, opened up about her age-defying appearance and admitted she can't keep away from sugar

Age-defying: Returning to the West End after 33 years, the Shout songstress, who soared to fame at the age of 15 when she released her first single Shout in 1964, opened up about her age-defying appearance and admitted she can't keep away from sugar

Gratitude: She shared: 'I have a lot enthusiasm for what I do. I'm nearly 70 and I can still move my legs and I have a lot of gratitude'

Gratitude: She shared: 'I have a lot enthusiasm for what I do. I'm nearly 70 and I can still move my legs and I have a lot of gratitude'

Sugar tooth: She added: 'I'm very disciplined but I'm a sugar addict and I tried my whole life but I'm a Glaswegian and we like our sweeties'
Sugar tooth: She added: 'I'm very disciplined but I'm a sugar addict and I tried my whole life but I'm a Glaswegian and we like our sweeties'

Sugar tooth: She added: 'I'm very disciplined but I'm a sugar addict and I tried my whole life but I'm a Glaswegian and we like our sweeties'

Energy: She continued: 'I have a lot of energy, I wear everybody down, but I also wear myself out, and I think the passion drives me. I've had to learn to meditate'

Energy: She continued: 'I have a lot of energy, I wear everybody down, but I also wear myself out, and I think the passion drives me. I've had to learn to meditate'

'Lulu looks fantastic for 69... wow,' another shared. 'Lulu is looking great, she has 10 years on me and looks 10 younger'.

A fan wrote: 'If Lulu looks like that at 69......pass me the sugar bowl!'

'How how amazing does lulu look for 69?' One viewer pondered. 'Lulu is amazing. I could listen to her being interviewed all day.' 

In awe: Viewers flocked to Twitter to express their shock over her striking appearance

In awe: Viewers flocked to Twitter to express their shock over her striking appearance

While fans were amazed by her youthful display, other viewers at home appeared to have their feathers ruffled by Lulu's 'ego'-filled interview.

One social media user shared: '#ThisMorning open the double doors to get Lulu's ego out.'  

Another posted: 'Jesus Christ I had no idea that Lulu was so big headed and loved herself that much. Wowza, they need a bigger set to in case her massive ego'.

'Ego': While fans were amazed by her youthful display, other viewers at home appeared to have their feathers ruffled by Lulu's 'ego'-filled interview

'Ego': While fans were amazed by her youthful display, other viewers at home appeared to have their feathers ruffled by Lulu's 'ego'-filled interview

'Omg stfu lulu! Absolutely loves herself!' another said. 'You look great Lulu, but, oh please, get over yourself.' 

A viewer wrote: 'Lulu. So modest and humble. Not.'

Another shared: 'Waiting for Lulu to phone in saying there was something she forgot to mention in her interview'. 

Commentary: One social media user shared: '#ThisMorning open the double doors to get Lulu's ego out'

Commentary: One social media user shared: '#ThisMorning open the double doors to get Lulu's ego out'

Stylish: The National Treasure looked sensational on the programme in her sequin lip detailed jumper and black denims 

Stylish: The National Treasure looked sensational on the programme in her sequin lip detailed jumper and black denims 

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Lulu, 69, leaves viewers marvelling over youthful appearance

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