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Adil Ray makes cheeky dig at ex GMB star Piers Morgan for snubbing BGT act
Good Morning Britain star Piers Morgan.The 48-year-old TV star has in recent times become a regular presenter on the breakfast show following the Life Stories host's dramatic departure in March 2021.After Piers stormed off set and handed in his notice, his role was never officially replaced – however Adil and Richard Madeley both seemed to be triumphant with landing more frequent airtime.READ MORE: Kate Garraway 'fretful' as husband Derek returns to hospital amid lengthy health battleGiven the situation with Piers walking out over the bombshell interview between Oprah Winfrey and Meghan Markle, Adil loves nothing more than to poke fun at the former anchorman when given half the chance.Digging his claws in again, Adil made a scathing jibe about Piers "blocking people".On Friday's programme (August 12), hosts Adil and Charlotte Hawkins were joined by Dave Williams who appeared on Britains Got Talent's first ever series in 2007.At the time of his audition, Dave had failed to impress the judging panel which included Piers, Amanda Holden and Simon Cowell, with his ashtray talent and was buzzed off of the stage.Now, 15 years later and the 81-year-old is a viral sensation after a clip of him singing the Righteous Brothers' hit song Unchained Melody was viewed by more than 500,000 online users.Appearing on GMB, Dave explained to the hosts that in hindsight he probably should have just sang for the judges all those years ago instead of attempting to play an ashtray with a key.Charlotte said: "Well we've got a clip of you, so let's hear what the judges had to say."In the old video, Dave began to strike the ashtray with his key and was immediately buzzed out by every single judge.Coming back to the studio, Charlotte chimed in: "Oh
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GMB's Richard Madeley sparks fury after telling grieving guest to 'get to the point'
Richard Madeley sparked fury on Good Morning Britain after the TV presenter told a grieving father to "get to the point" due to limited air time.During Wednesday's visit to the ITV studios, the 66-year-old broadcaster and his co-host Charlotte Hawkins welcomed viewers back to discuss the latest news headlines this morning.And one of the biggest stories on everyone’s lips was the devastating loss of a British tourist who was killed in a tragic helicopter accident during a family holiday in Greece.READ MORE:GMB hosts lock horns with MP as he demands 'rewatch the tape' in fiery debateThe 22-year-old was killed last month when he was struck by the helicopter’s rotor blade shortly after landing on the outskirts of Athens.It was widely reported that Jack was trying to take a selfie when the devastating tragedy took place.As the co-hosts discussed the horrific accident, they welcomed the father of one of the late tourist's friends Robin Stanton-Gleaves onto the show to discuss the event in detail.But in the television interview, Robin explained that that’s not the whole story as he went on to break down the events leading up to the terrible incident.As he tried to explain the day's events in detail, Richard told the grieving guest to “get to the point” due to their limited air time.He interrupted: “That’s why I want you to tell it because we’re a little bit short of time.
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Raging Martin Lewis fumes over government 'zombies' and calls excuses 'bull'
Martin Lewis appeared on Good Morning Britain on Wednesday to talk about the cost of living crisis.The Money Saving expert appeared on Wednesday's edition of Good Morning Britain after shock figures have been released from analysts that have predicted energy bills will rise even higher than expected this winter.Bills are now expected to reach approximately £3,582 per year for the average household from October - up from the £3,359 predicted earlier this month.READ MORE: Mobile companies could rinse you with surprise charges this month, Martin Lewis warnsMartin Lewis has blasted the Conservative government, saying that "this is a national crisis on the scale of the pandemic".The government claimed it is currently unable to introduce any immediate measures due to the leadership race between Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss.The financial expert has labelled this excuse as "bull".In Wednesday's interview, show host Charlotte Hawkins said to Martin: "The government are adamant that nothing can be done until the new PM comes in?"Martin Lewis responded by saying: "What a load of bull, that's complete bull.."That's simply not true."This is a national crisis on the scale of the pandemic."The government is sitting there like zombies."Martin called on the two leadership candidates, Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak, to reach an agreement of what will happen to avoid a "national crisis".He said: "The idea they can't do anything is wrong.
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GMB hosts lock horns with MP as he demands 'rewatch the tape' in fiery debate
Good Morning Britain hosts in a fierce clash as he defended Liz Truss’ plans to address the worsening cost of living crisis.During Wednesday’s visit to the ITV studios, Richard Madeley and Charlotte Hawkins welcomed viewers back to discuss the latest news headlines this morning.And one of the biggest stories on everyone's lips was the ongoing concerns around the debilitating financial crisis with the rising cost of energy prices.READ MORE: Good Morning Britain's Richard Madeley slammed for 'creepy' Olivia Newton-John tributeTo get a better understanding of the problem at hand, the TV presenters welcomed the Education Secretary onto the show where he was forced to defend Liz Truss’ plans to help out millions of Britons struggling up and down the country.However, the Tory back bencher struggled to get a word in edgeways after he accused the 66-year-old broadcaster of interrupting him before he could address the situation.Richard’s co-host Charlotte opened the conversation by asking about what measure have been put in place to help tackle the financial crisis.She said: “The measures you’ve put in place were based on previous estimates of the price cap.“We know now the price gap is going to be exceeded so that help that you’ve already promised is simply not enough, is it?”James quickly replied with: “We’ve already put a support package in place and Liz has said she will bring forward an emergency budget to address whatever else.”But her co-host grew increasingly frustrated with the politician as he argued: “You’re not answering our question.
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Good Morning Britain's Richard Madeley slammed for 'creepy' Olivia Newton-John tribute
Richard Madeley has been slammed by viewers for making "creepy" comments about Oliver Newton John during his tribute to her yesterday (9 August.)The Good Morning Britain host fronted yesterdays edition of the programme with Charlotte Hawkins and the two spoke about Olivia Newton John's legacy after she passed away on Monday evening.They were joined by Olivia's close friend, Jane Seymour, who said she "changed the world".READ MORE: John Travolta leads celeb tributes to Olivia Newton-John following death aged 73The Bond Girl added: "She cared about everybody else and made a huge difference."Her legacy is extraordinary. Not just as a performer but as a friend and a champion of people who are dealing with cancer."Richard went on to say that he wished he had the opportunity to interview the star.He also spoke about an "iconic" poster of the Grease star.He said: ""There’s a picture we’re showing of her here, it was a very famous poster of her in the 1970s."She’s just looking at the camera, she’s backlit by sunshine, her hair’s down, she’s wearing a denim shirt."And I was saying earlier in the programme that poster was on the wall of a radio station I used to work in back in the 1970s and, I’m not exaggerating, it basically stopped traffic in the corridors."It was up there for months and even after months, the guys would just stop and look at it."And (they) just get lost in her beauty and I would have loved to have told her that."Viewers of the show have taken to Twitter to criticise him for his comments.One said: "Richard Madeley reducing ONJs achievements down to he and his colleagues letching over her "beauty" in a poster of her that was in his office space back in the day.
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Olivia Newton-John's pal Jane Seymour says star was ‘skeletal and frail’ in final years
ITV studios, Richard Madeley and Charlotte Hawkins welcomed viewers back to Good Morning Britain to discuss the latest news headlines this morning.And one of the biggest stories on everyone’s lips was the devastating loss of the Grease starlet who sadly lost her lengthy battle with breast cancer at the age of 73.READ MORE: GMB's Richard Madeley gushes over Olivia Newton-John who 'used to stop traffic'As the tributes poured in for the late Hollywood star, the co-hosts welcomed the blonde bombshell’s closest pal onto the show to discuss what she was really like away from the cameras.During the emotional interview, Jane confessed that in her final years, the actress was in “a lot of pain” as she clung to life for her friends and family.She told viewers: “I saw quite a lot of her while she was ill and she was in a lot of pain and it was really tough to see, she was such a fighter.“No one imagined that she’d be able to keep going as long as she did but she used to say to me, ‘I’m a thriver not a survivor’.“She supported me in everything I ever did, she would only ask about my life and how were my kids and how life was going on.”The brunette beauty went on to confess how she expected her best friend to pass years before her death but the country singer continued to fight against her terminal issues.Jane continued: “Actually the interesting thing was, I thought she was going to pass many years ago, about two or three years ago.“I remember being with her and I just thought, ‘This is the last time I’m ever going to see her’.
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GMB’s Charlotte Hawkins grills ITV guests over showers amid water shortage
Good Morning Britain’s Charlotte Hawkins grilled ITV guests over whether or not they had a shower before they appeared on the hit morning show.On Monday’s visit to the ITV studios, the blonde bombshell and her co-host Richard Madeley welcomed viewers back to discuss the latest news headlines this morning.And one of the biggest topics on everyone’s lips was the ongoing national water shortage as the UK prepares for another heatwave this week.READ MORE: Ben Shephard takes savage swipe at Andi Peters as he winds up the GMB presentersThis morning, the dynamic duo welcomed British journalist Kevin Maguire and MP Ed Vaizey onto the show to discuss their thoughts on the ongoing Conservatives leadership run.But Charlotte left her loyal legion of fans in stitches as she introduced the pair by asking them whether or not they had showered before they came on the show.She seriously asked the political duo: “Did you shower before you came on the show today?”Luckily the pair managed to laugh off the rude question as Kevin turned to the politician and jokingly wafted the air around him after he confessed he hadn’t taken a morning shower before his appearance.The politician admitted: “I haven’t showered but I will shower after the show, the trick is to do it in 10-second bursts and not shower while the soap is on.”This is a live TV story and is being constantly updated.
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Kate Garraway opens up on Derek's fight for life in hospital as she returns to GMB
Kate Garraway has returned to Good Morning Britain and revealed details about husband Derek Draper's health after he took a "frightening turn." The I'm A Celeb star, 55, has been notably absent from the ITV show for three weeks, but was back on screens alongside Richard Madeley today (August 1).As the pair opened the show, Kate immediately addressed her absence, saying: "I'm sorry I dramatically disappeared and haven't been here for three weeks now."READ MORE: Charlotte Hawkins replaces Kate Garraway on GMB as Derek Draper's health declines"And it was actually on air on GMB on the 9th of July and Derek had come out of hospital, he's been going in and out of hospital for a while," the newsreader added.The Smooth Radio presenter went on to say that Derek became "really unwell" and she soon received a call from his carer who were concerned about his health."And then he was just really unwell, he'd come out of hospital the day before and I got a phone call from the person looking after him saying, 'right we're really worried'," Kate explained, adding: "So I whizzed home and it just sort of went 'boom' from there."She continued: "We called an ambulance, went to A&E and they said he had very severe sepsis life threatening sepsis."The ITV star called the situation "really dramatic" and applauded A&E for how they dealt with Derek's sepsis."So it was really dramatic," Kate explained.
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GMB's Andi Peters shares nipple confession as he leaves fans amazed with real age
Good Morning Britain's Andi Peters made a rather surprising confession during the latest episode of the hit ITV show as he admitted that he's not allowed to showcase his "nipples" while on TV.The competition host appeared on the show alongside presenters Ranvir Singh and Ben Shephard as he celebrated his 52nd birthday live on air.But when presented with a cake that had a figurine of himself on it, Ben was quick to highlight that his cake showed off his bulging arms.READ MORE: Charlotte Hawkins replaces Kate Garraway on GMB as Derek Draper's health declinesHowever, although Andi was quick to admit that the shirt that he wore in the studio did highlight his biceps too, he wasn't allowed to show his nipples while on the morning programme.Laughing profusely, Andi told viewers that the camera is only allowed to show him from a certain range to avoid his nipples being captured on screen.Looking at the cake, Ranvir said: "The muscles, we've seen them all now because you showed us yourself topless yesterday on the show."Ben chimed: "Not below the nipples though Andi please."Laughing, Andi replied: "Dan the cameraman had strict instructions, nothing below the nipples, the world is not ready for that."But this wasn't the only surprising admission from Andi as fans were also left gobsmacked by his real age.Earlier in the show Ben said: "Andi Peters, did you just slip in that it was your birthday?" Andi replied: "I may have mentioned it was my birthday today, but only very briefly".Presenter Ben then asked how old Andi to which he replied: "31", before revealing he is actually 52 today.Shocked, fans quickly rushed to Twitter to share their thoughts.One person said: "Andi Peters is never 52! Happy birthday x", Another social media
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Foo Fighters’ Chris Shiflett shares bittersweet new solo single, ‘Long, Long Year’
Foo Fighters guitarist Chris Shiflett has shared a new solo single, ‘Long, Long Year’ – listen to it below.Recorded in Nashville, Tennessee, the track features bassist Jack Lawrence (The Raconteurs) and drummer Julian Doro (Eagles of Death Metal, The Whigs) among other musicians.It was produced by the Grammy-winning Vance Powell, who’s previously worked with the likes of Jack White and his side project band The Dead Weather.Speaking about how the emotional, country-tinged song came about, Shiflett explained: “I spent a lot of time alone at my studio in LA during the first part of the lockdown just woodshedding tunes.“The line ‘It’s been a long, long year‘ was rattling around my head for obvious reasons, but I framed it as a love song.”The musician said that he then recorded his first solo material since his 2019 album, ‘Hard Lessons’,  during a trip to Nashville in March 2021.“I hadn’t done much traveling post-COVID lockdown so I was a little nervous heading out there to work with a producer and roomful of musicians I didn’t really know,” Shiflett went on.“In true Nashville style we made our introductions and got right down to work, hammering out the basic tracks in a few hours.”He continued: “Vance was great and made me feel right at home, and the group of players he put together were on point.  Next day we did some overdubs and Sierra [Hull] came in and added mandolin and harmony vocals on ‘Long, Long Year’ and the tracks started coming together.”Details of a potential new solo record have not yet been confirmed.‘Long, Long Year’ marks the first music from a member of Foo Fighters since the death of the band’s drummer, Taylor Hawkins, in March.
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GMB's Richard Arnold makes savage dig at Ed Balls after awkward name blunder
Good Morning Britain's Richard Arnold swiped at Ed Balls after he was caught in an awkward name blunder. The entertainment editor appeared on the ITV show alongside Ed, 55, and co-host Charlotte Hawkins when he began discussing singer Ne-Yo's latest album and his UK Tour.Midway through the segment, Richard, 52, spoke about Ne-Yo's link with Jennifer Lopez as the pair worked together on TV show World of Dance, but accidentally pronounced the Let Me Love You hitmaker's name wrong.READ MORE: Good Morning Britain's Ed Balls snubs Rishi Sunak as he ditches debate for Love IslandThe former politician wasn't about to let it slide and quickly corrected Richard's mistake, leading the presenter to interrupt himself and respond to Ed spotting the slip up.He turned to his co-host and exclaimed: “Would you stop it! Get out of my head Edward! Get back to the corridors of power.”The Strictly star couldn't help but take a further swipe at the former Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer by referring to him standing in for regular host Richard Madeley during the summer, savagely saying: "Honestly, it’s feeling like a long summer isn’t it.”The former Neighbours star went on to share plenty of clips from his interview with the Grammy award winner, 42, who spoke about what's coming up for him.
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