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Angela Rayner deeply ‘worried’ about This Morning’s Holly and Phillip after queue jump row
"The way in which the online attack on them, as a human being to have that, I just think is really damaging."She furthered that it was important for parliament to legislate on the issue of online abuse.When asked for her message to social media firms, she added: "It's your gaff, sort it out, you have responsibility to do that."Angela continued: "They've tried to self-regulate, they've tried to say 'we'll look after you'. “They haven't, they've not been able to do it and now it's time for us to legislate."It comes after news that the two GMB presenters were accused of skipping the queue while waiting to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II two weeks ago. ITV and the hosts themselves have since stepped in to defend themselves. Both argued they were present to film a segment for the This Morning show. On Friday's This Morning, fans were thrilled to see the return of Alison Hammond and Dermot O'Leary.However, as the duo welcomed viewers to the programme, many took to social media calling for Dermot and Alison to permanently replace Holly and Phillip.Liam Hunt penned on Twitter: “Only 5 minutes into today's #ThisMorning and it’s already better than all the other shows this week. “We need Alison and Dermot to replace those other two!" (sic)@UkTV_Forever tweeted: “#ThisMorning Thank God we have The original presenters today."@Lakky1 added: “#thismorning totally different feel today - MUCH better presenters!"“What a difference compared to the last 3 days #ThisMorning," Diane K praised.While user @Susanna46590017 commented: “Love a Friday on the programme and today my favourite presenters Alison and Dermot.
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Holly Willoughby told kids to write letters to Queen to 'process their grief'
Holly Willoughby encouraged her three children to write letters to the late Queen Elizabeth II in an effort to help them “process their grief” following her death last week.On Thursday (September 8), Her Royal Highness passed away at the age of 96 at her home in Balmoral Castle just 18 months after the death of her husband Prince Philip.The TV presenter – who shared a rare snap of her children as they laid their handmade tributes to the Queen over the weekend – spoke out about how she and her children had been coping with her death.READ MORE: Queen's 'greatest legacy will be to have reunited her family', says Diana's ex butlerAfter an emotional weekend, the 41-year-old appeared alongside Phillip Schofield on Monday’s edition of This Morning, where she explained how she helped her children to understand what had happened.Speaking alongside co-hosts Alison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary, Holly revealed how she encouraged her children to write a letter to Her Majesty to help them come to terms with her death.She explained: “She was just consistently here for so many of us. So many of us never knew any different so suddenly for her not to be there...“I think that is why on Saturday I wanted to take the children down because I think you are trying to explain it to young people.“You are almost trying to understand it yourself.
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This Morning's Alison Hammond hopes to take down Ant and Dec with historic NTAs win
This Morning presenter Alison Hammond says she hopes to end Ant and Dec's NTA winning streak this year as she nominated for the Best Presenter gong.Whilst in the running for the award, Alison has gained the backing of fellow This Morning presenter Holly Willoughby, who firmly told her: “This is your year.”Alison, who is up against The Chase presenter Bradley Walsh and BBC's Graham Norton, isn't fazed by the other competition and has her sights set firmly on beating the Geordie duo.READ MORE: Holly Willoughby and Phil leave each other stunned with new looks for This Morning returnDreaming of the moment, Alison told The Mirror: "Could this be the year Ant and Dec hand over the gong to me?"This Morning is up for the Best Daytime Show Award and if the show snags the trophy yet again, it will be the 12th consecutive year that they've won.Competition for the award includes Loose Women, The Chase and The Repair Shop.Alison, who will be back hosting This Morning with co-presenter Dermot O'Leary says winning the Best Daytime Award one she'd love to win in particular.Through the summer, viewers saw an ever-changing roster of presenters for This Morning, including Vernon Kay, Rochelle Humes, Andi Peters, Josie Gibson, returning Ruth Langsford and Rylan Clark – but they particularly warmed to Alison and Dermot as a presenting duo.Taking to Twitter, viewers shared just how much they enjoyed seeing the pair on their screens during their Friday morning slot.One wrote: "Alison and Dermot what a breath of fresh air.""This summer on This Morning for me has proven they struck gold with Alison and Dermot," another added.Rylan and Ruth also sparked joy in viewers as they were praised for their hilarious dynamic and chemistry.One viewer
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This Morning's Josie Gibson scolds Vernon Kay for exposing private chat on air
This Morning star Josie Gibson scolded her co-host Vernon Kay just minutes after reuniting with him on the ITV show.ITV duo Josie and Vernon were thrilled to be back hosting This Morning together on Friday morning (August 5), so they made sure to lock in a quick catch-up on air.Earlier in the week, Vernon was leading the show with Rochelle Humes as several ITV presenters have been filling in for regular hosts Holly Willoughby and Phil Schofield.READ MORE: This Morning fans call for major presenter shift as Vernon Kay and Rochelle host showHolly and Phil have been spending time away from the show as they've been off on their summer break, so the likes of Vernon, Josie, Dermot O'Leary and Alison Hammond have been lined up to keep the show running in their absence.Josie and Vernon kicked off the show in high spirits on Friday, but it wasn't long before things turned frosty.It kicked off when Vernon started quizzing Welsh star Josie on her friend's recent hen-do in Croatia, which apparently involved some wild antics that couldn't be talked about on TV.Josie had just admitted she couldn't keep up with her friends' boozing on the recent Croatia trip.Vernon then asked her: "Is it a case of what goes on tour, stays on tour?"However, Josie made sure to shut down Vernon's line of questions when she replied: "It's a case of what goes on tour, stays on tour, but it's a case, Vernon, of what is spoken about in the makeup room, stays in the makeup room.
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ITV This Morning presenters Alison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary to take break from the show
our last show, come and join us, it's Friday. " READ MORE: This Morning star Josie Gibson admits she was 'starstruck' when she first started working with one co-host in particular Video: Love Island: new bombshells Lacey and Jamie join the villa (MyLondon)Dagenham Speed Camera Flashes Hundreds Of Drivers In HeatwaveStacey Solomon invites her entire village to use her swimming pool in 40C heatwaveFire burns on Dartford Marshes amid record-breaking temperaturesTravel Expert Simon Calder reveals how to avoid lost luggage ending up in the 'baggage graveyard' in AmericaMet Office national afternoon forecast for July 19 - Temperatures to peak at 41 degrees with thunderstorms in placesLondon heatwave: Clapham Common looks unrecognisable as heat makes grass look like a desertPM forecast for 18th July: red extreme heat warning still in force as 'exceptional temperatures' to come overnightHow to keep your dog cool during a heatwaveWhat is a heatwave?Monday morning Met Office forecast for July 18 - Weather warnings in force as 'very warm spell on the way'Swimmers enjoy London Fields Lido as UK temperatures soarNetwork Rail issues heatwave update and urges people to only travel if necessary Alison Hammond and Dermot O'Leary have been fronting the show for two weeks from July 11 while regular presenters Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield have a break from being on-screen.