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This Morning chaos as Holly Willoughby wrecks royal memorabilia in 'insensitive' segment
This Morning was in chaos on Thursday morning when host Holly Willoughby wrecked a display of royal memorabilia during an "insensitive" segment.The blonde beauty and Phillip Scofield welcomed a pawn broker onto the show on September 15 to advise viewers on what royal memorabilia they can invest in amid Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II's passing.But chaos broke out on set when Holly knocked over some gold sovereigns worth hundreds of pounds.READ NEXT: Phillip Schofield shuts down Matthew Wright as he urges King to 'sell Buckingham Palace'And elsewhere other viewers of the ITV Daytime show slammed the segment for being "insensitive".At the time Holly was moving from one display to the next when she knocked over some golden sovereigns and said: "Oh gosh! Sorry, I'm not trashing the place."She then knocked something out which left her and Phil laughing and Holly looking slightly awkward.Holly then said: "I'm just going to step away. I'm not going to touch anything."Phillip then revealed that chaos regularly happens when the duo are together and explained: "What we're actually doing here is a well-known foil of ours."When Holly knocked over the display of expensive sovereigns, one viewer penned: "It’s worth nowt now Holly has knocked it off." Elsewhere viewers fumed over the "insensitive" segment when one penned: "#thismorning bit insensitive tbh...
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Darius Campbell Danesh left pals worried by going 'off-grid' months before tragic death
Darius Campbell Danesh left his pals worried when he didn't reply to their texts in the months before his tragic and untimely death.The Glaswegian singer, who shot to fame in 2001 when he appeared on Popstars, passed away on August 11 at just 41 years of age.And now friends of the pop singer have spoken out about how they felt "worried" by his behaviour when he went "off-grid" in the months leading up to his passing.READ NEXT: Matthew Wright compares Darius' tragic death to Boyzone's Stephen Gately's passingA friend, who knew Darius for more than 20 years, told The Sun that someone got in touch with them to see if they could reach him as he had "gone off-grid" and and they were "worried".The friend then sent Darius a message to check in on him which took him almost two weeks to respond to."That was unusual for him," they explained, adding: "He was usually very engaging and would respond quickly."They went on to say that when he did reply, the response was "very off" and it felt as though he was a "stranger".Darius' pal revealed that they spoke soon after, but "he seemed like he may have been a bit lost".Scottish star Darius, who lived in America, was found dead in his Minnesota apartment earlier this month, with news breaking days later.Police confirmed that there were no signs of suspicious circumstances when he was found.He was found unresponsive at his home, with the cause of death unknown until a post-mortem is undertaken.The Scottish first shot to fame when he appeared on Popstars when he sang a memorable rendition of Britney Spears' chart-topping track Baby One More Time.Darius went on to perform in London's West End, with him even playing Rhett Butler in Gone With The Wind.He married Canadian actress Natasha
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Matthew Wright compares Darius' tragic death to Boyzone's Stephen Gately's passing
This Morning on Wednesday (August 17) to pay tribute to Pop Idol star Darius Campbell Danesh who tragically passed away last week aged 41.While on the ITV daytime show, Matthew paid tribute while comparing Darius' tragic death to that of Stephen Gately from Boyzone, who passed away suddenly in 2009.READ NEXT: Darius Campbell Danesh's ex-wife shares sad tribute following Pop Idol star's death Andi Peters, who was co-hosting with Rochelle Humes, welcomed Matthew onto the show when he explained that it was "a really sad day".The GMB competition presenter then explained how Matthew was a showbiz writer and had interviewed Darius on a regular basis."He was a regular on the show for years, and I said on Twitter yesterday, not everybody you meet in showbiz is a gentle soul, but he was and I used to look forward to seeing him."What you saw was what you got, he was exactly the same off camera as he was away."He then added: "I've already seen all the speculation, all of the 'what may have happened' and I'd like to assume, for the benefit of his family that he may have gone like Stephen Gately, god rest his soul, which was sudden adult death syndrome."Matthew then explained how several people in the UK die from this each year.When Stephen passed in 2009, a post-mortem revealed that he had died of sudden arrhythmia death syndrome, also known as sudden adult death syndrome, which was caused by an undiagnosed heart condition.Matthew then went on to say that obviously "we don't know" how Darius died as of yet, but explained how he "hopes" it was as a result of sudden adult death syndrome because his life was "going very well for him".Darius, who lived in America, was found dead in his US apartment on August 11 aged 41.Police have
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This Morning fans brand Matthew Wright 'vile' after criticising Queen's spending
Queen on Twitter and call out the former The Wright Stuff host after he criticised the Queen for having an assistant to “wear in” her shoes.Matthew Wright, 56, was invited as a guest on This Morning’s show yesterday (12 April) where he slammed the Queen after her loyal aide, Angela Kelly, is set to once again publish her booth, The Other Side Of The Coin: The Queen, The Dresser and The Wardrobe.Angela’s intriguing new book will be re-published in May and boasts an exclusive insight into how the Royals spent lockdown and the plans for the Queen’s upcoming Jubilee celebrations this June.The book which was originally released in 2019 by Harper Collins, before lockdown will feature an entirely new chapter focusing on the death of Prince Philip and her protective “ring of steel security”, named HMS Bubble.The publisher said: “The Queen personally gave Angela her blessing to share their unparalleled bond with the world and Angela is the first serving member of the Royal Household to be given this extraordinary permission.”Matthew certainly had a bee in his bonnet about the Royal family, and continued on a lengthy rant about how the book has been written, saying it is “a soft spin on how wonderful the Royals are.“It’s people in ivory towers spending our taxes.”In the explosive statement, he went on to say: “We (taxpayers) pay for some woman to walk a mile in her shoes, so her feet are more comfortable.” This Morning presenters Vernon Kay and Josie Gibson certainly did not share the same opinion as Matthew, as the pair told him to “lighten up.”Viewers took to Twitter to discuss their outrage, one user wrote: “Bore off Matthew. Seriously, like a broken record #ThisMorning.”Another user wrote: “Shut up Matthew.
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Phillip Schofield beams as Ant and Dec sing happy birthday during intimate meal out for 60th
supports HTML5 videoPhillip Schofield continued his birthday celebrations with Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly as the merriments entered day three.The This Morning presenter turned 60 on Friday and reigned in the milestone with his nearest and dearest, including his wife Stephanie Lowe and his daughters Molly and Ruby, over an intimate dinner.Loose Women’s Christine Lampard was also in attendance along with Ant’s wife Anne-Marie Corbett and Dec’s wife Ali Astall.Phil shared a video of the celebrations with the group singing Happy Birthday as he was presented with a cake.‘I’m glad there were only five!’ he could be heard saying, referring to the number of candles, as his guests laughed. ‘Thank you gorgeous gang,’ Phil wrote alongside the footage, with the group tagged.In the clip, he was seen sat next to his wife Steph on one side while Christine sat on the other.Meanwhile, Phil’s daughters and their partners were seated opposite.Phil’s This Morning co-host Holly Willoughby wished him a happy birthday during Thursday’s show where he was presented with a cake live on air.‘Before we go, we couldn’t end the show without wishing Phil a very happy birthday,’ she said.‘It’s tomorrow by the way,’ Phil replied, with Holly firing back: ‘Yeah but we’re not here tomorrow!’Guest chef Gok Wan told him to ‘have the best day’, before adding: ‘Look at this, what a great day! And have a wonderful birthday Phil, you deserve it.’In February, Phil marked 40 years on television with a special episode of Lorraine.During the programme, Holly described how Phil had ‘without a doubt’ played an important role in getting This Morning bosses to hire her in 2009, following Fern Britton’s departure from the show.Matthew Wright sparks anger as he
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