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Eamonn Holmes responds to fan calling for This Morning return after Holly and Phil drama
Eamonn Holmes appeared to be in agreement with a fan who called for Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield to be replaced on This Morning following the Queen queue jumping backlash.Thousands of mourners accused the daytime presenters of using their celebrity status to avoid the 10 hour queues to visit the late monarch lying in state at Westminster Hall.Despite denying the allegations, infuriated fans online have called for Phil, 60 and Holly, 41, to be sacked from the show and former This Morning star Eamonn appeared to agree.READ MORE: Piers Morgan slams 'ridiculous' petition to axe Holly and Phil as 25k sign over queue rowCommenting on the topic after he was caught up in a Twitter thread suggesting he and his wife Ruth Langsford should take their places, Eamonn replied to a tweet which read: "I always preferred @EamonnHolmes and @RuthieeL #ThisMorning."Another social media user added: "They should be sacked Eamonn and Ruth are far better"Eamonn then responded to the thread with three prayer hands emojis.The 62-year-old already appeared to share his thoughts on the situation during his breakfast after the scandal came to light.As his co-host, Isabel Webster, welcomed a guest "who suffered that queue and they were not of any insignificant age" Eamonn jokingly added: "What, Holly and Phillip?"On Tuesday's episode of This Morning, a clip was shown of Westminster Hall on the programme while Holly explained to viewers that herself and Phil were not queue jumping at all.She said: "Like hundreds of accredited broadcasters and journalists we were given official permission to access the hall."It was strictly for the purpose of reporting on the event for millions of people in the UK who haven’t been able to visit Westminster in
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'Popped a button!' Susanna Reid admits mortifying wardrobe malfunction at TRIC Awards
Susanna Reid revealed she suffered a wardrobe malfunction this evening as she accepted an award at the TRIC Awards in London.The Good Moring Britain presenter, 51, exclaimed that one of her buttons had come undone as she took to the stage in front of the audience at Grosvenor House.Accepting Good Morning Britain's Multi-Channel News Award, the ITV presenter exclaimed that her top had popped open.Susanna said: "If you're wondering why I'm holding onto my dress, I've just popped a button!"The star was holding onto the front of her dress while joining her co-hosts Kate Garraway and Charlotte Hawkins on stage when the malfunction occured, MailOnline reported.Despite experiencing the wardrobe malfunction, Suanna was the epitome of glam in a fitted white blazer dress.The ITV host was a vision in white in the pristine mini number which showed off her incredibly toned legs.Thanks to the large open collar design of the garment, Susanna displayed just a hint of cleavage as she accepted the award.Susanna wore her highlighted brown tresses in soft curls which fell over her shoulders as well as a full face of natural-looking make-up.The star accessorised with a few pieces of gold jewellry, including a bracelet and large pendant which sat on her chest.Also attending the TRIC Awards was Loose Women panellist Ruth Langsford alongside her ex-ITV presenter husband, Eamonn Holmes.Ruth was spotted clutching onto her husband as the pair made an appearance alongside the latter's new co-star Isabel Webster.The pair were joined in some of the pictures by Eamonn’s GB News Breakfast co-host Isabel, 39, who is the star's new "TV wife" after fronting This Morning with Ruth for 14 years.The trio looked fabulous as they suited up for the occasion -
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Loose Women's Ruth Langsford calls 'rude' ITV colleague a 'cheeky little b*****d'
Ruth Langsford has slammed her "rude" Loose Women colleague as a "cheeky little b*****d".The presenter, 62, was in a fluster as she headed off for a fashion shoot with QVC UK in an Instagram post on Tuesday.Pushing a large trolley with a number of suitcases on it, Ruth can be heard saying in the clip: "Oh, don't worry, you just film and I'll just push all your stuff."Her Loose Women hair stylist Maurice Flynn can be heard chiming back: "What is that? Your makeup kit?" "Oh, I'm so tired," Ruth replied in the clip, and it seems she wasn't best pleased with the comments made by Maurice.In writing, Ruth later captioned the clip: "Is that your makeup kit? "Cheeky little b*****d". RUDE @mauriceflynn @qvcuk."The married star could be seen wearing a royal blue blazer and trouser combination in the clip, which she paired with a hot pink blouse.It proved to be a busy week for Ruth all around as she later headed off to Ascot with her husband Eamonn Holmes' GB News co-presenter Isabel Webster.Ruth will make her long-awaited return to This Morning this summer.She will host a week-long series of episodes alongside Celebrity Gogglebox star Rylan Clark.Rylan, 33, revealed that Ruth had persuaded him to join her on the sofa during an appearance on the ITV daytime show earlier this month.He said: "I'm coming back for one week only with my lovely telly mum Ruth [Langsford]."So me and Ruthhy are going to do the show in the summer for a week.
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Ruth Langsford slams 'rude' Loose Women colleague 'Cheeky little b*****d!'
Ruth Langsford, 62, has been a regular panellist on Loose Women since 1999, garnering a huge fan base on the show.The presenter has taken to Instagram to hit out at the show's hair stylist Maurice Flynn after Ruth was left running his errands around the studio.Ruth took to Instagram yesterday to share a short video in view of her 1 million Instagram followers.In the video, Ruth can be seen struggling as she pushes a cart full of large suitcases around the studio.She captioned the video: "Is that your makeup kit?!!!"Cheeky little b*****d!! RUDE @mauriceflynn @qvcuk."This comes after Ruth's husband, Eamonn Holmes, made a cheeky swipe at his wife as he presented on yesterday's GB News.Eamonn shares his eldest children Declan, Rebeca and Niall with his ex-wife Gabrielle, while he and Ruth share their youngest son, Jack Holmes.The Holmes household also features the family's rescue dog, Maggie.His co-host Isabel Webster said: "I saw this story and it made me think of you."It's why dogs are like surrogate children and I thought of little Maggie and how she really is your fifth child.""She is, I mean, I would put my children up for adoption before I would get rid of my little rescue dog," Eamonn joked in response."Is that right?" Isabel asked, before Eamonn replied: "She is, I would definitely."Yeah, I think everybody in my house is at risk of being given away except the dog."Isabel smirked: "Is that because Maggie doesn't give you any back chat?""She gives me love (which) is unconditional.
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Eamonn Holmes sparks Ofcom complaints for hinting Prince Harry be ‘thrown over balcony’
Eamonn Holmes provoked furious backlash after suggesting Prince Harry be “thrown over a balcony”.The GB News presenter went all out when it came to the Duke of Sussex’s latest interview with US show Today, in which Harry claimed he wants to make sure the Queen is “protected” and discussed his recent visit.Harry said in the now viral clip: “It was just so nice to see her [the Queen] you know, she's on great form, she's always got a great sense of humour with me and I'm making sure she's protected and got the right people around her."Both Meghan and I had tea with her, so it was really nice to catch up with her."Eamonn couldn’t resist giving his own take - though some have decided he took it too far.Speaking alongside his co-star Isabel Webster, with guests including journalist Claire Muldoon and Conservative MP David Mellor, Eamonn accused the prince of visiting the UK to up his credibility.He said: “He’s bringing a book out where he’s slagging off Camilla and maybe William and his father."How on earth… why wouldn’t they just throw him over the balcony and her with him?"But viewers on social media were left furious.Royal biographer and co-author of Harry and Meghan biography Finding Freedom: Harry and Meghan and the Making of A Modern Royal Family, Omid Scobie, tweeted: “Everyone is entitled to an opinion, especially on an interview made for public consumption."But you know what isn't acceptable? Vile ‘commentary’ that only serves to incite violence and hate."Someone else branded Eamonn a “bully”, insisting they’ve been turned off GB News for good, as they tweeted: “I won’t switch it on again, Eamonn Holmes proved himself to be a bully this morning.