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Eamonn Holmes reignites ITV feud as he labels network 'ministry of lies'
Eamonn Holmes has reignited his feud with ITV several months after it was announced he would be leaving the network and moving to GB News.The former This Morning anchor, 62, had fronted the popular magazine show for 15 years alongside his wife Ruth Langsford but left in November.Now, it appears his career is going from strength after the veteran presenter scooped a gong for best News Presenter at the TRIC Awards.READ MORE: Eamonn Holmes 'doing his best' as he delivers health updateSpeaking exclusively to the Daily Star, Eamonn said of his award: "Yes, very proud of the award, it means a lot this year particularly."However, he went on to say GB News could overtake Good Morning Britain following the departure of Piers Morgan.Eamonn explained: "Oh God yes, you wouldn’t be doing what you do if you didn’t think you were the best at what you do," but he doesn't think their standards are slipping since Piers walked out.Going on to discuss his new show overtaking GMB, he said: "Hopefully next year, I mean our audience has gone up six-fold."We regularly beat Sky News, Sky News has been in the business 35 years. We've been existing for about six months."There's been a lot of groundwork, we've worked, very, very hard."But while reports claimed Eamonn had resigned from his role at ITV, the Irish star was keen to express that this was not the case.He said: "I haven’t been slagging off This Morning, Ruth is Ruth, I am me, I’m telling the truth about ITV."I haven’t been slagging them off, ITV has been telling lies about me.
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Piers Morgan calls for Boris Johnson to resign after Rishi Sunak and Sajid Javid quit
Boris Johnson could soon face his "tipping point" according to Piers Morgan following the recent breakdown of the government.It comes after two of BoJo's top MPs announced their resignation and had no faith in the Prime Minister.Chancellor Rishi Sunak and Health Secretary Sajid Javid have sensationally resigned from Boris Johnson's cabinet, citing that there had been levels of incompetence.READ MORE: Piers Morgan forced into U-turn over "d*******" verdict of Nick Kyrgios Announcing his resignation, Rishi said: "The public rightly expects the government to be conducted properly, competently and seriously."I recognise this may be my last ministerial job, but I believe these standards are worth fighting for and that is why I am resigning." While Sajid Javid added: "I have spoken to the Prime Minister to tender my resignation as Secretary of State for Health & Social Care."It has been an enormous privilege to serve in this role, but I regret that I can no longer continue in good conscience."Following the vote of confidence against Boris last month, Sajid added: "It is clear to me that this situation will not change under your leadership – and you have therefore lost my confidence too." Following the news, Piers said: "Health Secretary Sajid Javid sensationally resigns from Govt.. blaming Boris Johnson's failure of leadership.
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‘The party’s over’: Piers Morgan and Gary Lineker lead celebrity reactions as Rishi Sunak and Sajid Javid resign
Piers Morgan has led celebrity reactions afterRishi Sunak resigned as chancellor and Sajid Javid quit as health secretary. On Tuesday, Mr Sunak said ‘the public rightly expect government to be conducted properly, competently and seriously’, adding ‘I believe these standards are worth fighting for and that is why I am resigning.’In an incendiary letter, Mr Javid said the British people ‘expect integrity from their government’ but voters now believed Mr Johnson’s administration was neither competent nor “acting in the national interest.’The resignations came as Mr Johnson was forced into a humiliating apology over his handling of the Chris Pincher row after it emerged he had forgotten about being told of previous allegations of ‘inappropriate’ conduct.Mr Pincher quit as deputy chief whip last week following claims that he groped two men at a private members’ club, but Mr Johnson was told about allegations against him as far back as 2019.Reacting to the news, journalist Piers simply tweeted: ‘It’s over’ and called for Mr Johnson to ‘resign.’Itâs over @BorisJohnson – resign.Government is imploding.The partyâs over.While Piers’ former TV wife and Good Morning Britain presenter Susanna Reid wrote: ‘Government is imploding.’Sports broadcaster Gary Lineker added: ‘The party’s over.’Comedian Rufus Hound said: ‘I wish I could feel more joy in this, but it just feels like the heads on a hydra.
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Victoria Beckham blasts Chris Evans over post-pregnancy weight remarks in 90s interview
Victoria Beckham, 48, hit out at Chris Evans over a 1999 interview during which he asked her to weigh herself on live TV. Posh Spice was at the time a new mum, having given birth to eldest son Brooklyn just weeks prior.The controversial moment happened during Victoria’s appearance on Chris’ Channel 4 show TFI Friday in 1999.The pair were discussing Victoria’s pregnancy when Chris began questioning the pop star about her postpartum figure.Chris asked Victoria: “A lot of girls want to know, because you look fantastic again, how did you get back to your shape after birth?”Victoria admitted she had been “lazy” and had not been working out.The host then continued to grill Victoria on her weight, asking: “Is your weight back to normal?”After Victoria confirmed that it was, Chris asked: “Can I check, do you mind?”Victoria then stepped onto some scales, and after perusing the numbers, Chris pointed out: “Eight stone's not bad at all, is it?”The fashion designer has now broken her silence on the interview as she reflected on how times have changed since.She stressed that losing weight after a pregnancy did not necessarily mean the person had an eating disorder.Victoria began: “I went on a TV show with Chris Evans many years ago and I'd just had Brooklyn and lost a lot of weight after.”The singer-turned-designer added: “It happened to my mum after her pregnancies.
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Piers Morgan brands Nick Kyrgios a ‘d***’ over furious rants at Wimbledon
Piers Morgan, 57, has reacted to Nick Kyrgios’ furious rant over spectators and line officials in the Wimbledon 2022 match.The former Good Morning Britain presenter took to Twitter to voice his opinion on the 27-year-old’s demeanour during the clash.In view of his 7.9 million followers, Piers shared a video that shows Nick saying: “I don't start clapping when they're scanning s*** at a supermarket do I?"Along with the clip, Piers simply wrote: “Kyrgios is such a d***.”Nick sparked backlash after complaining to umpire Marija Cicak over the crowd at the match earlier today.He said: "You have to tell them.They're spectators.“They don't have any right to do that.They're spectators who spend money to come watch us play.They should be removed."I don't go up to their face in their 9-5 and start clapping when they're scanning s*** at a supermarket.“They have no right to do that so why does it keep happening?"Nick went on to complain about “racial slurs” as he questioned why spectators were not penalised for their actions.He added: "You should just remove them from the crowd."So pure disrespect from a spectator to an athlete is acceptable at Wimbledon?“But you don't accept a hat with two logos? When's the line?“That's acceptable, racism is acceptable so when does it stop? So where's the line?"It's been happening for years.
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GMB fans claim to spot signs there's a 'rift' between Susanna Reid and Richard Madeley
Good Morning Britain viewers wondered where Richard Madeley was as he's "still missing" from the ITV show.The host was absent from the GMB lineup on June 28 for a second day this week.The 66-year-old TV host not being on air again has convinced ITV viewers that this could be due to the brewing rift between him and his co-host Susanna Reid.READ MORE: Richard Madeley cringes viewers out as he ‘chats up’ Loose Women’s Judi LoveRichard usually hosts the show on Monday through to Wednesday each week.Fans took to social media to share their thoughts on the matter, with one writing on Twitter: “Beginning to look like Richard Madeley and Susanna Reid have fallen out.”Another user aimed their tweet towards at Adil Ray, which read: “This alleged feud between Madeley and Reid is really benefiting you work wise, eh Adil?”A third penned: “Well I'm taking this as Reid can't work with Madeley anymore.”Other users were pleased with Richard's absence and shared their feelings on this, with another adding: “I’m so glad Madeley isn’t at work this week, can you imagine him discussing the overturning of Roe v Wade? How deeply offensive he would be?“I suspect Susanna is glad she doesn’t have to be on alert, waiting for him to put his foot in his mouth.”Another commented: “Without the entertaining Richard Madely is an insomniac's dream.”Susanna and Richard's feud rumours were set soaring earlier this year after they didn't pose together at the BAFTA Television Awards.Richard arrived on the red carpet separately and without the rest of the GMB team.Richard once opened up about taking over from Piers Morgan during an appearance on Sunday Brunch and explained how he plans to be more absent from GMB in the coming months.He told the C4 hosts:
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Piers Morgan furiously backs Sir Paul McCartney after Glastonbury set sparks backlash
Piers Morgan has leapt to the defence of Sir Paul McCartney after complaints were made about the former Beatle's headline set at Glastonbury on Saturday evening.The legendary musician, who turned 80 over the weekend, played a two-and-a-half hour spectacular, including guest appearances by Foo Fighters and Nirvana star Dave Grohl and 'The Boss' himself Bruce Springsteen.Macca went through large portions of his extensive back catalogue, with hits by Wings mixed in between some of his newer solo music and some classics by The Beatles.READ MORE: Piers Morgan's life - childhood tragedy, 'horrendous' divorce and public rows with sonBut there were a few people, particularly on Twitter, upset that he didn't do more Beatles songs during his set.This drew the attention of Piers, who fired back at the critics in his usual style, writing: "Twitter’s moaning Macca ‘didn’t do enough Beatles hits.’ He played Can’t Buy Me Love, Love Me Do, I Saw Her Standing There, Lady Madonna, Blackbird, Get Back, Something, Let It Be, and Hey Jude."Those songs alone are 9 of the greatest pop songs ever."Twitter.. STFU."#Piers' nemesis Dan Walker also praised Sir Paul's set, gushing on Twitter: "The fact that Sir Paul McCartney is doing this at 80 is impressive & he’s earned the right to do whatever he likes but, if he doesn’t smash out HEY JUDE then it’s a massive opportunity missed #Glastonbury2022."Though Sir Paul didn't bring out Ringo Starr, we did get a Beatles reunion at one point - kind of.During Paul's performance of I've Got A Feeling, he reunited for a virtual performance with John Lennon, 42 years after he was brutally murdered in New York.
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Piers Morgan reignites furious feud with 'desperate and boring' Dan Walker
Piers Morgan has reignited his feud with rival broadcaster Dan Walker, labelling him “desperate and boring”.The ex-Good Morning Britain host has had a long-standing feud with former BBC Breakfast presenter Dan - despite later being pictured golfing together, hinting they’d put their past behind them.Now Piers has gone all out in his verbal war with Dan, labelling him a “mood-hoovering dullard” - and Dan quickly clapped back. READ MORE: Carol Kirkwood pays sweet tribute to BBC co-worker ahead of 'emotional' exit Things began when Dan was interviewing Mick Lynch, General Secretary of the RMT Union, about the rail strikes for Channel 5 News, writing on Twitter: “We live in the age of the jabby, confrontational interview & the RMT’s Mick Lynch has had a few of them.“If you treat people with respect, you can still ask tough questions & get decent answers, allowing your audience to make their own minds up.”But Piers soon noticed the subtle swipe as he responded to Dan, writing: “Is there anyone more deluded in world television than Desperate Dan… the world’s most boring interviewer.”Dan then hit back: “Why is it ‘boring’ to let someone actually speak rather than shouting over them all the time?”, accompanied by three cry-laughing emojis.Piers simply wasn’t having it and doubled down on his insults, writing: “Mate, I had to leave GMB for being too exciting/dangerous.“You had to leave the BBC because even by their standards you’re a mood-hoovering dullard. But your pompous lectures on how to do interviews are bloody funny, I’ll give you that.”Dan quickly retaliated with the famous GIF of Piers storming out of the Good Morning Britain studio, telling him: “You left GMB because one of your colleagues called you out.
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'It's disgusting' Piers Morgan slams Prince Harry's 'terrible' decision to call out royals
He explained he felt “annoyed” by Harry. Piers then added he was unimpressed by Harry’s potential decision to “spray-gun the Royals”. He prefaced by describing Meghan as “highly manipulative” and “ruthless” but adding that Harry’s behaviour was just as frustrating. The star said: “You’re dealing with a really ruthless person here, highly manipulative, very determined to springboard herself up the social ladder…“But really, I feel as annoyed by Harry’s behaviour, if not more so actually. “I think what he’s doing is terrible. “The fact he keeps doing it, and he’s got this book coming out, which is presumably going to spray-gun the royals all over again, I think it’s disgusting.”He then went on to discuss the scandals involving Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in comparison to Prince Andrew.Speaking to The Times in April he confirmed he obviously thought what Andrew is accused of was “far worse.” He explained there is no scale to compare the two scandals. The presenter said the fact that The Queen’s second son has had to “pay millions of dollars in a settlement to stop himself being accountable in a court of law against a woman claiming that he had under-age sex with her in America is disgusting”. That was far from the first time Piers got involved with a public spat, however. A Twitter argument he once had with Amber Heard in 2019 was recently uncovered. It follows after Piers has hit out at Amber over her remarks about losing her defamation trial against ex-husband Johnny Depp.The original exchange took place when Piers went after razor company Gillette for their “the best a man can be” campaign, where they encouraged men to stop saying “boys will be boys”.Gillette said that the expression “excuses bad behaviour”. Piers
Piers Stefan Pughe-Morgan (born 30 March 1965) is an English broadcaster, journalist, writer, and television personality. He is currently a co-presenter of the ITV Breakfast programme Good Morning Britain from Monday to Wednesday each week.