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Holly Willoughby 'snuck out of the NTAs early' after getting booed on ITV stage
Holly Willoughby reportedly snuck out of the National Television Awards early after she and Phillip Schofield faced further backlash for their queue-jumping scandal.The presenters were booed as This Morning picked up the gong for Best Daytime Series, while their co-star Alison Hammond received huge cheers.Holly, 41, put a brave face on at the event inside Wembley's OVO Arena on Thursday evening but was later seen making an early exit.READ MORE:NTA audience including Holly and Phil listen as Lenny Henry makes Queue-Gate swipeAn onlooker told The Sun: "Holly picked up her award for Best Daytime and then left 30 minutes after."Normally she stays around for a drink with Phil and the team but she did an Irish exit."She was seen leaving the ceremony and getting into a car outside just after 10pm."Amid a wave of cheers and applause following the This Morning team's victory, Holly and Phil are reported to have received "very loud" boos.Last month, the stars sparked public outrage over claims they skipped the queue to see the late Queen Elizabeth II lying in state.An audience member added: "The boos in the room were very loud when Holly and Phil were announced as the winners."It was really embarrassing."Judi Love from Loose Women didn't clap either.
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NTA fans spot 'bitter' Loose Women stars as This Morning take home best daytime show
Loose Women panellists were branded “bitter” as they watched This Morning accept a gong for the Best Daytime show at the National Television Awards.As Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield headed up to the stage to accept the gilded award with their fellow presenters and crew, the camera panned to the Loose Women panellists including Kaye Adams and Linda Robson.Doubt was thrown over the beloved ITV show following the backlash the presenting duo faced following ‘queue-gate’ just one week after the late Queen Elizabeth II’s passing.READ MORE:King Charles sends NTAs into a frenzy with unexpected appearance over hit soapThe morning show was up against Loose Women, The Chase and The Repair Show, but Holly and Phil managed to sway the British public after they took home the coveted award.During the live show, eagle-eyed viewers believe they spotted the Loose Women casts’ disappointment on their faces after they won the award for the second year in a row.Fans soon flooded to Twitter to share their thoughts on social media where they pointed out the awkward on-air moment.One user penned: “Anyone else see the Loose Women nod there with the eye roll when Holly and Phil won.”Another agreed: “Seeing @loosewomen’s Linda Robson’s face & reaction when they announced @thismorning as the #NTA winner was so, so funny ….
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Martin Lewis cheekily announces he’s been told to return his OBE – because he’s been ‘upgraded’ to CBE
Martin Lewis fans left fans shocked – albeit momentarily – when he announced he had been asked to return his OBE.Martin makes regular appearances on the likes of This Morning and Good Morning Britain, as well as hosting his own show, The Martin Lewis Money Show.The finance expert has become a regular on British TV in recent years as he gives advice on how best to handle your income and savings, which has become all the more important in the current cost of living crisis and unprecedented pandemic.In 2014, Martin was made an OBE – Officer of the Order of the British Empire – in the Birthday Honours for services to consumer rights and his charity work, being awarded the title from then-Prince Charles.And at the beginning of this year, Martin was revealed to have been awarded a CBE – Commander of the Order of the British Empire – in the late Queen Elizabeth II’s final New Year’s Honours.Taking to Twitter on Monday, Martin made an announcement about his CBE in such a way that it’s guaranteed to have confused quite a few people at first, writing: ‘They’re taking my OBE off me!’He then added: ‘Yep, I got a letter saying now I have been upgraded to a CBE, I need to send the OBE back. ‘So off it goes.’The 50-year-old shared a snap of himself holding the gold medal as he prepared to send it away and receive his upgrade, looking – naturally – quite proud of himself.They’re taking my OBE off me!Yep, I got a letter saying now I have been upgraded to a CBE, I need to send the OBE back.
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Al Rocker's wife Deborah startled by 'burglar' in new video
Deborah Roberts was left shocked on Sunday after being startled by who she thought was a burglar, whilst hosting an Instagram Live video with royal reporter Omid Scobie.MORE: Al Roker’s wife Deborah Roberts astounds fans with paycheck revealThe 62-year-old was chatting away with a cup of yogi "stress relief" tea before her husband Al Rocker popped his head around the corner to have a quick peak at what was going on as she introduced Omid to the screen.WATCH: Al Rocker's wife Deborah mistakes him for a burglar"Oh my gosh," the star exclaimed. "My husband just popped in back there, he kind of startled me, I saw somebody, I thought it was a burglar, I thought a burglar walked in!READ:  Deborah Roberts looks back on family loss during emotional periodSEE:  Al Roker and his family's difficult week revealed after tragic death"I saw something in the background there and I thought someone was breaking into the house… " Reassuring I addd: "I'm safe, I'm safe." Al and Deborah married in 1995During the commotion, Al came up closer to the screen to say hello to Omid and reassuringly gave his wife a kiss before heading off.The pair started by chatting about how they bumped into each other at the late Queen Elizabeth II's funeral and throughout the conversation discussed Prince Harry's upcoming book.Deborah said: "You and I met (up) at the Queen's funeral which was such an amazing moment for me as an American, as a black American, as a woman but just being in this place of history.
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Phillip Schofield 'loses We Buy Any Car deal to viral TikTok star' amid queue-jump fury
Phillip Schofield has reportedly lost his We Buy Any Car deal to a viral TikTok star.The This Morning host, 60, and his co-presenter Holly Willoughby faced a wave of fan criticism after being accused of 'queue-jumping' inside Westminster Hall while the late Queen Elizabeth II was lying in state last month.Amid the backlash, Phil is believed to have been axed from his £1m partnership with the car buying service.READ MORE:Phillip Schofield 'dumped from £1m We Buy Any Car deal' amid queue-jumping claimsIt is now being reported that The Cube presenter has been replaced by social media sensation Mufasa. Mufasa, whose real name is Jeff Obeng, shot to fame in October 2019 in a viral TikTok video which saw him dance alongside a moving car to a remix of Nightcrawlers hit Push The Feeling On.He has since amassed a following of more than 892k fans on the social media platform.The talented dancer keeps followers entertained with other car dance routines, with a source claiming he was chosen by We Buy Any Car in an attempt to "appeal to a younger audience".A source told The Sun: "Mufasa is just what the brand needs to inject some energy into the adverts after the backlash following 'queue-gate'."Bosses had to make a quick decision after Schofield was axed, and the hope is that a TikTok star will also appeal to a younger audience."Mufasa was born in the Bronx, New York.He rose to social media fame alongside his fellow TikTok star Hypeman, whose real name is C.T.
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